Judge lets Brady play, ruling against NFL in ‘Deflategate’.

U.S. District Judge Richard Berman ruled Thursday that quarterback Tom Brady can suit up for his team's season opener after erasing his four-game suspension.


Canadian pleads not guilty at 4th trial to killing 2 in 1988.

Anthony Barnaby pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to the 1988 deaths of Brenda Warner and Charlene Ranstrom.


Keene woman arrested in Murder for hire plot.

Kerri Reason has been charged with trying to hire someone to kill her estranged boyfriend.


Shaheen to endorse Hillary Rodham Clinton for president.

On Saturday U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen will endorse Hillary Rodham Clinton for president at the New Hampshire Women for Hillary kick-off event in Portsmouth, where she'll be joined by the former Democratic Secretary of State.


State struggles to expand beds for drug treatment programs.

Roughly 40 people are waiting for treatment at Serenity Place in a given week, hoping for a spot in one of the program's eight beds for drug addiction treatment.


Jurors acquit Labrie of rape.

On Friday a jury acquitted Owen Labrie of felony rape but convicted him of misdemeanor sex offenses against a 15-year-old freshman.


Jurors resume deliberations in prep school rape case.

Jurors have resumed deliberating in the case of Owen Labrie, the former New Hampshire prep school student charged with raping a freshman last year as part of a tradition of sexual conquest days before he graduated.


Doctors, nurses to be trained in stopping overprescribing.

Gov. Maggie Hassan has announced a series of regional education conferences to train doctors, nurses and pharmacists in stopping drug addiction and abuse, including best practices for preventing overprescribing opioids.


Community forum on Heroin epidemic draws strong crowd.

Folks throughout the community came out for Tuesday evening's forum on combating Heroin.


Forum to address Heroin use to take place Tuesday evening.

The group “Save NH- Keene Hates Heroin” will host a forum Tuesday night at Heberton Hall, to address the Heroin epidemic plaguing Keene.


Former New Hampshire governor recovers from surgery.

Former New Hampshire Gov. John H. Sununu is recovering after quadruple bypass surgery.


Man arrested in connection with church vandalism.

18-year-old Zachary Underwood of Charlestown was arrested and charged with burglary, criminal mischief and theft, after authorities say he and a juvenile broke into a Claremont church and caused thousands of dollars' worth of damage.


Bush addresses packed house.

Republican Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush addressed a full house Thursday at the Cheshire County Historical Society.


After school program director receives National Honor.

Frannie Ashworth, Director of the Marlborough-Harrisville Before and After school program has been chosen as one of this year’s recipients of the National After School Association’s Emerging Leader Award.


Questioning of accuser in prep school rape case to resume.

The Defense Attorney for Owen Labrie will continue questioning the teenage girl who accused him of rape Thursday in a Concord courtroom.


GOP presidential hopefuls gather for education summit.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Carly Fiorina, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker are taking part in Wednesday's forum on elementary and secondary education policy.


Long time WKBK Radio Host Al Kulas Passes Away.

The long time local talk radio host passed away Tuesday morning from an apparent heart attack at the age of 72.


New Hampshire governor, senator praise heroin initiative.

On Monday Governor Maggie Hassan applauded the new White House initiative to combat heroin use and trafficking.


Keene man killed after being hit by vehicle while trying to cross Route 101.

Police say 60 year-old David Heshbon of Keene died from his injuries, after being hit by a car Sunday night while trying to cross Route 101.


Familiar foes eye 4th race in New Hampshire House district.

This week Democrat Carol Shea-Porter filed paperwork to run for the seat which she lost to Congressman Frank Gunita, which would mark the 4th time the two have run against each other.

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