Attorney general warns consumers about credit card fraud.

With the Holiday season underway Attorney General Joseph Foster is warning New Hampshire consumers to remain guarded against credit card fraud, even as more secure credit card technologies become widespread.


Judge: Woman with cancer can try to buy marijuana in Maine.

A judge has cleared the way for Linda Horan of Alstead to buy medical marijuana in Maine before dispensaries open in New Hampshire.


Hassan promotes proposals to end heroin, opioid crisis.

Gov. Hassan said Tuesday that the state can't afford not to invest in her proposals to end the state's heroin and opioid crisis.


Court denies injunction against parking meter ‘Robin Hoods’.

A Superior Court judge has denied an injunction against a band of self-styled Robin Hoods who feed parking meters while following meter readers.


Shaheen proposes $600 million to fight heroin abuse.

Sen. Shaheen is proposing $600 million in emergency funding to address the nation's opioid and heroin abuse crisis.


Keene man injured in Caribbean boating accident.

Police say Jon Binney was heading to the Saint Martin shore in a dingy Wednesday when he was hit by a speedboat and dragged underneath.


Arrest made following theft of donation jar.

On Wednesday, Rebekah Ann O’Kane was taken into custody after Police say she was the woman who stole a donation jar from the Beaver Street Market on Saturday November 14th.


Fiorina speaks at Keene State College.

Republican candidate Carly Fiorina addressed a standing-room-only crowd Wednesday afternoon at Keene State College.


NH replaces standardized test with SAT for 11th-graders.

Education officials in New Hampshire have received permission to replace the 11th grade statewide assessment test with the College Board's SAT exam next spring.


Plea, sentencing planned for man accused of killing parents.

A plea and sentencing hearing has been scheduled for Dec. 3rd in the case against Matthew Dion, who prosecutors allege beat his parents and strangled them with a wire in March 2014, then set the house on fire several days later.


Fiorina to speak at Keene State College.

The Republican presidential hopeful is scheduled to hold a town hall forum Wednesday afternoon at Keene State College's Student union center.


Ayotte: NH to get more help prosecuting drug traffickers

The Republican says she's secured a commitment from the Drug Enforcement Administration to create a federally-funded, full-time position in the U.S. attorney's office to enhance efforts to prosecute drug traffickers.


Vermont man pleads not guilty to murder in shooting death.

Leonard Moffatt pleaded not guilty Monday to first-degree murder in the death of Sultan Rashed, and was ordered held without bail.


Bush, Carson expected to file primary paperwork this week.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson have until the end of the week to pay $1,000 and file paperwork if they hope to get on the New Hampshire primary ballot next year.


Ayotte seeks more information on Guantanamo transfers.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte is calling on President Barack Obama to release more information about detainees at Guantanamo Bay.


Vermont police make arrest in Brattleboro homicide.

Police arrested Leonard Moffatt of Sharon Friday afternoon in connection with the death of Sultan Rashed.


Paul to officially file New Hampshire primary paperwork.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is the latest Republican candidate who will file paper work for the New Hampshire primary on Friday afternoon.


Most New Hampshire Democratic superdelegates back Clinton.

Six of New Hampshire's eight superdelegates say they're supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton in her bid for President.


Presidential hopeful Kasich heads back to New Hampshire.

While still trying to remain relevant in the race for President, the Ohio Governor will kick off a two day visit to the Granite State Thursday and focus on meeting with voters.


Keene Police search for robbery suspect.

Police are presently searching for the man who robbed the Dink Bee store Tuesday night.

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