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9 hours ago

Hinsdale man charged with assault in alleged stabbing.

Police allege 30 year-old Osvaldo DeJesus stabbed a Keene man Tuesday morning.

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1 day ago

Authorities investigate threats at four New Hampshire schools.

On Monday Authorities say the Fuller School in Keene, the Berlin Middle School in Berlin, along with the Amherst Street Elementary School in Nashua and the Portsmouth High school were all evacuated after receiving bomb threats, with nothing found.

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2 days ago

Busy week of legislative negotiating gets underway.

This week House and Senate lawmakers will begin negotiating on issues ranging from regulating police body cameras to banning the practice of gay conversion therapy on minors.

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5 days ago

Swanzey woman arrested following search of home.

On Thursday Police say they discovered close to 600 bags of heroin, around $34,000.00 in cash and a gun at the home of Amy Akin.

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6 days ago

Council approves funding to investigate opioid marketing.

The State's Executive Council has approved a contract for the investigation of potential claims regarding the fraudulent marketing of opioid drugs.

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1 week ago

Keene man charged with stealing from former employer.

Police say Patrick Michelson was charged with a theft by deception and tampering with records for allegedly stealing $180.00 from the Pawn shop and then doctoring records to cover his tracks.

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1 week ago

New Hampshire recognizes 1st officer to die in line of duty.

State officials on Friday will recognize Cheshire County Deputy Sheriff John Walker Sr. who was the state's first officer to die in the line of duty 130 years ago.

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1 week ago

Justices won’t touch $236M verdict in Exxon Mobil pollution.

The Nation's highest court will not hear Exxon Mobil's appeal of a $236 million judgment for its use of a gasoline additive that contaminated groundwater in New Hampshire.

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1 week ago

Chesterfield man charged with producing doctored currency.

Thursday evening Police took Peter Giandalone into custody and charged him with forgery as Police allege he used doctored bills at three area merchants.

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2 weeks ago

Roberts plans run for State Senate seat.

Prior to his formal declaration Saturday at the Cheshire County Democratic Party Spaghetti Dinner, State rep Kris Roberts spoke with WKBK about his plans to run for the seat currently held by Sen.Molly Kelly

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2 weeks ago

Small plane hits deer, flips while trying to land at airport.

An official from the Federal Aviation Administration says the Vans RV-8 aircraft went off the side of a runway after it struck the deer as it was landing at Keene Dillant-Hopkins Airport at about 9:45 a.m. Wednesday.

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2 weeks ago

Police investigate the use of counterfeit money in the city.

Police are presently searching for the man they say used doctored $100 dollar bills at two area businesses.

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2 weeks ago

Police capture 2 inmates who escaped from halfway house.

New Hampshire State Police say Jonathan Conrad Ellinger and Dale Wayne Clark are back in custody after being captured trying to cross the boarder into Vermont.

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3 weeks ago

Staffing issues force closure of inpatient psychiatric unit.

Officials at Cheshire Medical Center say the inpatient psychiatric unit will close on July 1st due to staffing issues.

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3 weeks ago

Senate to debate needle exchange, abortion-related bills.

The New Hampshire Senate will examine legislation that would remove criminal penalties for possessing needles with trace amounts of drugs and several bills around social issues such as abortion.

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3 weeks ago

Gov. Maggie Hassan vetoes first bill of 2016.

The Governor has vetoed a bill that would of limited the power of local building inspectors in the state, writing that she thinks the bill would of established an unclear standard that could potentially make buildings less safe and spur more lawsuits.

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3 weeks ago

Keene Fire issues April update for opiate responses requiring Narcan.

Keene Fire officials say from January to April of this year, they administered the drug Narcan a total of 51 times.

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3 weeks ago

Lawmakers to hear presentations on economy, demographics.

Lawmakers will hear a series of briefings on the state's labor market, economy and demographic challenges.

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3 weeks ago

Officials: Cause of New Hampshire brush fire suspicious.

Fire officials in Alstead say Saturday's fire which destroyed 30 acres is being called suspicious.

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4 weeks ago

Your Kitchen Store to close at the end of May.

After two decades in Keene, Dean Eaton says his store will begin it's going out of business sale on May 2nd.

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Hinsdale man charged with assault in alleged stabbing.

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Police allege 30 year-old Osvaldo DeJesus stabbed a Keene man Tuesday morning.

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U.S. security union wants more screeners to ease airport delays

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