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are referring us to the f the eye for other information. we will bring you updates on the air. >> the opioid crisis is the focus. >> they focused on a comprehensive bill and shared expertise on what works and what needs to be done right now. we are in washington night -- in washington tonight with the powerful testimony. >> good evening to you. it is a beautiful night here and there was no partisan gridlock inside of the senate hearing room today. republicans and democrats are across the country. who was front and center was jeanne shaheen and kelly ayotte.
>> this is not about party. this is about how we will save lives. >> the senator is glowing. after the addiction and recovery act was introduced, it is gathering momentum from both sides of the aisle. >> how are we going to make sure that we focus on prevention. >> the cosponsors were on the panel to testify and the committee listens and learned about the drug cartels using synthetic fentanyl to feed the addiction in new england. senator shaheen wants to fight the national pandemic. >> remember that congress passed $5.4 billion in emergency funding to combat ebola and we
>> nick willard testified about the biggest city in new hampshire and urged the committee to add fentanyl to the trafficking laws. >> this is an affront to the way of life. it has deteriorated communities and left children without parents. >> the care facility offers a compassionate alternative. the testimony was not all doom and gloom. >> it is important for me to note that it is a compassionate citizenry. >> the senator says that she hopes the committee passes the
we are live in washington, d.c. this evening. >> new documents are not sick -- were unsealed with thousands of pages that outline a case with how quickly the fbi went in. >> these are never before seen documents involving the conviction and sentencing in the boston marathon bombing. among other things, they take us into the hospital room and shed light on the strategy. >> the bombers were on the run the night of april 19, 2013 and engaged in a shootout.
discovered in a boat. in the documents release, we learned the extent of the injuries. damaged cranial nerves and a job was wired closed. within 24 hour' s answers in the notebook. and there were no remaining bombs. and among the items, there were shoes with the individual in new hampshire. the defense motions claimed
they claim, among other things, high school and college assignments, pictures of family and friends taken before the events at issue. >> the interview was done by the high-value intelligence group and was not recorded. the fbi use the public safety exception to speak to him before he had counsel. >> the police in the queen city are investigating a break-in to the rand paul headquarters. adam sexton is live there.
they force open the door. they made off with computers and ipads. they say the burglar is -- >> they contact voters today and they keep chugging. >> they will see if anything is missing. and they say there is increased patrols because of increased vandalism, particular to a donald trump campaign office. >> the eye will caucus is days away and the campaign trail here is temporarily quiet.
your attention. josh is here with a closer look ones. >> the dirty work of attack ads are left to third-party groups. it also frees up getting creative to find ways to break through. >> i am not looking to be the most popular guy who tries to figure out what you want to hear. >> they can be blunt or they can be bold. >> we will the making america great again. >> it is unlikely he approves of this message. >> one more thing, i have to get this off my chest, donald trump is a jerk. >> some are on the aggressive side. >> they are getting a one-way ticket to guantanamo. we will find out everything we want to know.
>> the area i have been interested in is the area of children. that is who you think it is, digging into 40 years of archives was up >> the children' s future is shaped by the values of the parents and the policies of the nation. >> they arrive at the same place. >> people notice the advertisement, if people are talking about it and if it is striking. i think that is, to some extent, a success. >> if it is spine tingle, what you are going for is a little simon and garfunkel. >> they are too weak soy. the general election is 10
>> no doubt about it. you did 6:00. >> the traffic stop leads to a foot chase in manchester and our cameras were rolling as the officers caught the suspect. >> i have this in a couple of minutes of their. >> awesome. cannot wait for that. temperatures are going downhill a bit. we will take a look
at how much cooler it gets in the coming days.
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the employee who was coming to work around a quarter of three to clock -- of 3:00 said that some things will be impossible to replace. a dramatic police foot chase in manchester and it is taken into custody. >> talking on the cell phone and he ran away on the perimeter while the canine helped find the man hiding. he was caught a short time later. they say it happens at least once or twice every week in the city. >> we have people who recently got out of prison and young kids who are scared. he runs the gamut from a to z and people decide to run when it
on the new jersey turnpike to look for america to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. jeb bush once stood tall. before his campaign sank like a rock and he started desperately slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb. john kasich did cut ohio's taxes. cut state
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>> if you are looking for winter fun, there is plenty to be had. >> we are showing you one the entire family will enjoy. >> here we go. this is behind me and he is ready to give this a shot. here we go. this is what it is all about here. this is the longest run in new hampshire. this is pretty quick. hold on. this guy is on his cell phone near me. this is really not a bad
that was 30 miles an hour and one of the longest tubing runs in the state. we are talking about a 32nd run and you can make as many as you want. the snow is fast and it could not be better with it not going anywhere anytime soon. do we see any snow in the future? for more, here is josh. >> thanks. totally tubular. it was mild out there in some spots with northern new
and we are falling lower tonight as the cold front rolls through and the temperatures sink down into the single digits. a little wind adds to a feeling cold front. let' s take a look at a couple of showers caused this afternoon. you see it move through the central part of the state with some snow and some spots. you can see it clears out and it will stay that way for tomorrow with snow showers clearing the way for tomorrow and the temperatures are a little cooler and we could get near the 40' s in some spots.
system dropping down and heading towards friday with it being a major storm and a jet stream to reroute the storm system. this is east of us and we will not get a big storm out of this. we will see scattered showers on friday from the clippers system. we will take a look at the futurecast and it will thicken ahead of the system with a lot of clouds by midday and some scattered snow showers. in areas closer to the coast, we could do this again a little more limited with some afternoon snow showers to the north and
let' s take a look and it is colder with this and the rest of the state for tomorrow. we are looking at temperatures a little cooler today and near 40 degrees for the highs. the temperatures will be fairly similar to tomorrow and it changes with some snow showers and sunday and monday could be bringing in temperatures near or at 50 degrees with the unusual winter. it looks like the ups and the >> thank you. >> it comes safely down and, for
nerve -- new hampshire and vermont face off. it is western wednesday. there will be country music and it should be a shootout at the ok corral between them. we will have highlights at 11:00. >> every next game is important to us. we can climb up the ladder. >> i think that this is
a huge game for us and we are pulling up and getting a lead on them. that would be huge for us. >> because of the new format with the conference tournament at the end of the year, the highest seed gets the home court and that is what we are fighting for. we have to take care of home games and go on the road and try to steal the away games. >> good luck to you. highlights of the women' s game. head-to-head showdown' s tonight. playing the first ever game at
they have never been there before. they will play tomorrow. monarchs are doing great and they are in first place. the solar bears are not so good. the monarchs have a good chance to pick up some points over the next few. the boston bruins get six
games offer the all-star break. they lost to the ducks last night. they do not play until tuesday and they host the toronto maple leafs. they are currently in third place in the atlantic division. they would like to improve their standings in spring. it will be all celtics tonight. >> thank you. right now, on wmur.com, tomorrow marks the anniversary of the challenger explosion and they look back at the life in the legacy of chris mccullough. >> to in for hampshire chronicle.
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