Keene Police seek the Public’s help in identifying Rioters.

Police are asking for help in identifying those involved in Saturday's riot.


Students hand over video, photos of pumpkin chaos.

Keene State College President President Anne Huot says students are turning over video and photos of the mayhem that broke out Saturday.


City Officials Hold Press Conference following Saturday’s riot, Watch Press Conference here.

Mayor Kendall Lane, City Manager John MacLean, and Police Chief Ken Meola along with New Hampshire State Police Col. Robert Quinn and, Keene State College President Anne Huot fielded questions Monday afternoon about Saturday's melee.


City to address violence near Pumpkin fest.

City officials have scheduled a news conference following violent parties near Saturday's Pumpkin Festival.


Students clean up after mayhem near Pumpkin fest.

Keene State students gathered Sunday morning to clean up the remains of Saturday's chaotic riot, which occurred blocks away from the Keene Pumpkin Festival.


College: Arrests, injuries during pumpkin fest.

College officials say a number of off-campus gatherings coinciding with the Keene Pumpkinfest has resulted in arrests and injuries.


WKBK Broadcasts Live At the 2014 Keene Pumpkin Festival.

Join us Saturday as we broadcast live in front Ted's from the 24th Annual Keene Pumpkin Festival.


More than 1,700 FairPoint workers go on strike.

FairPoint Communications is assuring customers that the company has plans in place to deal with the strike by more than 1,700 workers in Maine,New Hampshire and Vermont.


Bill Clinton to headline NH Democrats dinner.

Former President Bill Clinton will headline the state Democratic Party's annual dinner in Manchester on Thursday.


American Idol’s Alex Preston Appears on WKBK.

The American Idol finalist and Mont Vernon resident paid Keene a visit Wednesday morning, to talk about his upcoming concert in Concord.


Viruses prompt state coordination with providers.

The State's public health system says its working with emergency management officials, health care providers and local communities to make sure the state is prepared for Ebola and enterovirus.


FairPoint freezes pensions for workers.

On Tuesday Fairpoint says it will freeze older pension plans which it offered workers and begin rolling contributions into a new plan as part of the contract it's imposed upon workers.


Toddlers hurt when wind throws bounce house.

A pair of toddlers were hurt Sunday when an inflatable bounce house they were in was lifted by a gust of wind and blown about 40 feet through the air.


New Jersey brothers nabbed after 2-state chase.

Christopher and Christian Torruellas were arrested Friday afternoon following a chase that began in Vermont and ended in New Hampshire.

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Board of Education votes to close Jonathan Daniels by 2016.

The Keene Board of Education voted Thursday evening to proceed with the plan that would end up closing the Jonathan Daniels School by July 2016.


Christie to join Havenstein in North Country.

On Friday New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will join gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein for a campaign stop in Berlin.


Kuster, Garcia participate in Nashua forum.

Meeting for the first time, Second congressional district candidates Marilinda Garcia and Annie Kuster will face off in a forum Thursday night in Nashua.


Shaheen to visit Cheshire County Wednesday.

With less than a month until the election Sen. Shaheen will meet with voters in Keene and Peterborough as part of her “A Senator New Hampshire Women Can Trust Tour”.


Florida US Sen. Rubio to endorse Scott Brown.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will join Scott Brown Tuesday in Derry as the pair are scheduled to meet with Gulf War veterans to discuss foreign policy.


Vermont man headed to trial in teacher killing.

Jury selection has begun in the trial of Allen Prue, who along with his wife Patrica, stands accused of killing St. Johnsbury teacher Melissa Jenkins.

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