Governor to meet with 4th-graders who proposed raptor bill.

Gov. Hassan is scheduled to meet with the group of fourth-graders who proposed an unsuccessful bill to designate the red-tailed hawk as the state's official raptor.


Autopsies done on 3 found in home, more counselors at school.

Authorities say that autopsies have been completed on three people found dead Saturday night with Bedford Superintendent of Schools Chip McGee telling parents in an e-mail that "This tragedy will affect all of us, and it will affect Riddle Brook School in particular."


Gas prices go down a bit more in New Hampshire.

According to a survey by the website, Gasbuddy.com, gas in the Granite state has fallen to 2.4 cents per gallon in the past week, to average of $2.30.


New Hampshire police investigating 3 ‘suspicious’ deaths.

Authorities in Bedford say they are investigating three suspicious deaths at a residence on McAfee Farm Road.


Closed waste-to-energy incinerator up for sale.

Wheelabrator Technologies says it plans to sell the incinerator at its Claremont facility.


The fate of the Pumpkin Festival rests in the hands of Keene City Council.

Following the decision to deny Let It Shine's application for a license to hold a Pumpkin Festival this October, the matter now heads back to the full City Council.


LP Gas leak leads to evacuation of Smiths Medical.

Keene Fire fighters spent Wednesday morning dealing with a LP gas leak at the Smiths Medical Facility.


House to take up gas tax increase.

Republican House budget writers are looking for support for their plan to increase the state's gas tax , which by doing so they say will avoid hundreds of layoffs and a decrease in road maintenance.


NH may limit access to students’ social media accounts.

State lawmakers are again considering whether to prohibit schools from asking students for the passwords to their social media accounts.


House budget writers approve cuts to Hassan’s $11.5B plan.

Budget writers have approved changes to Gov. Hassan's budget which includes the elimination of Medicaid expansion and a raise for state employees as well as changes to school funding.


Rand Paul returns to NH with expanded staff in state.

On Friday the Kentucky Senator will visit a Manchester Internet service provider and will speak at the Carroll County Lincoln Day Dinner, followed by stops in Rochester, Exeter, Hampstead and Hollis on Saturday.


8 Arrested in Drug- trafficking Ring.

On Wednesday the U.S Attorney announced the arrests of 8 people involved in a drug-trafficking operation which officials says is one of the largest single seizures of heroin in the history of the state.


House budget writers to vote on transportation cuts.

House budget writers are scheduled to vote on whether to cut millions of dollars from the Department of Transportation's budget, forcing layoffs and a decline in road maintenance.


State police out in force for St. Patrick’s Day.

New Hampshire State Police say they'll be be paying close attention Tuesday, as they look for drivers who may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


Cruz hones pitch as he visits rural voters.

As he prepares to launch a run for the White House in 2016, the Texas Senator hopes voters in New Hampshire and his home state of Texas share a similar view of government.


Transportation employees protest possible $41 million cut.

As members of the House Finance Committee consider a $41 million budget cut proposed by House budget writers, State transportation officials say would have dire consequences on public safety and result in more than 300 layoffs.


New Hampshire getting $8.6M for mental health assistance

The state getting is getting an $8.6 million federal grant to provide rental assistance for folks suffering from severe mental illness.


Utility to sell power plants, save customers $300M.

Eversource Energy has agreed to to sell its power plants after months of negotiations with state officials, saying it will save customers at least $300 million.


Teen killer, Pamela Smart’s lover, is granted parole.

William "Billy" Flynn, has been granted parole nearly 25 years after he gunned down the husband of his instructor and lover, Pamela Smart.


Perry touts record of compromise, but Iran is an exception.

At a business breakfast Thursday morning the former Texas governor said his experience working with Democrats as governor would serve him well in Washington.

Recent Headlines

in Local

Governor to meet with 4th-graders who proposed raptor bill.


Gov. Hassan is scheduled to meet with the group of fourth-graders who proposed an unsuccessful bill to designate the red-tailed hawk as the state's official raptor.

in National

Fight over ‘religious objection’ proposals shifts to Arkansas


The fight over "religious freedom" proposals facing increasing criticism from those who call them a license to discriminate is shifting toward Arkansas.

in National

Tsarnaev’s lawyers try to show brother in charge of bombing

Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is pictured in an undated FBI handout photo

Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are trying to show that his older brother was the driving force behind the 2013 terror attack.

in National

There’s a whiskey war being waged in Tennessee


Distillers say stiff whiskey laws are stifling the town of Trimble's boozy revival.

in National, World

Iran, world powers push for nuclear deal as deadline looms


With a deadline hours away, negotiations over a preliminary deal on Tehran's nuclear program continue.