All Things New Hampshire: Friday, Jan. 23, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
There's a winter storm watch for part of New Hampshire as we head into our weekend.
Belichick & Brady say they're in the dark like the rest of us as Deflategate drags on. In happier Patriots news, a sendoff rally is set for Monday in Boston.
Our first NH1 Pulse Poll of the 2016 Presidential cycle is out-NH1's Paul Steinhauser breaks it down. Paul's also got details on an upcoming pow-wow with senior Mitt Romney advisors.
The Attorney General's office is looking to try charges against Nathaniel Kibby in one courtroom.
The AG has identified the man shot to death by a police officer Wednesday in Derry.
Prosecutors want to see the passport of a woman who turned herself in 10 years after disappearing with her 8-year old daugher during a custody dispute.
A break-in and attempted kidnapping of a 2-year old is under investigation in Manchester.
A veterans' home has joined New Hampshire's State Prison in restricting visits as the flu outbreak grows.
A 9-year old Rochester boy is fighting for life after abruptly falling ill.
A woman from Boscawen is facing charges for the second time this week.
On the 42nd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, abortion rights activists rallied in Concord.
Hooksett Police are looking for the owners of thousands of dollars of stolen items.
NH1's Laura Montenegro has a preview of 2015 Wine Week.
New Hampshire's 8th in the nation for millionares per capita.
This story's actually from Wednesday, but since I wasn't able to include it yesterday, I had to put it here: one Seabrook neighborhood has some turkey trouble, and his name is George.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center today.
Patriots lineman Vince Wilfork's among those from the team speaking to the media today.
GT Advanced is scheduled to have a hearing in Bankruptcy Court in Springfield, Massachusetts. At issue is the payment of bonuses to key executives that could total several million dollars.
Today is supposed to be the day that the state identifies guidelines for proposed medical marijuana dispensaries.
The Legislative Fiscal Committee is expecting to hear a plan from the Department of Health and Human Services on how it's going to close a budget gap that's over $58.3 million.
The Concord Black Ice Hockey tournament gets underway this evening.
Top News from around New Hampshire
The state wants to check the passport of a Whitefield mother who went missing for 10 years with her daughter, in the hopes they can find the missing girl.
The Attorney General's office has released its report on the investigation into the March 2014 shooting deaths of a Barrington couple, ruling it a murder-suicide.
Neighbors of the 9 year-old twins left alone for months by their uncle say they had no idea anything was wrong.
A woman with a 3 month-old has been charged with her second DWI in the last month.
The family of a Milford man found dead while working in Saudi Arabia suspects foul play.
A bill under consideration by the legislature would create a procedure for police officers flagged for credibility issues to appeal their "Laurie list" status.
A former patient of the Massachusetts surgeon killed this week by a gunman is remembering how the doctor helped save his life.
2 Snowmobilers were rescued last night after getting trapped by flood waters in Shelburne.
A pair of Presidential hopefuls have announced visits to New Hampshire, one happening next week.
Opponents urged lawmakers to reject a bill that would prevent police officers from making warrantless arrests without probable cause.
A legislative committee heard testimony on a bill that would define life as beginning at conception.
A bill would allow taxpayers to challenge a state's decision without first proving harm was done.
Lawmakers held a hearing yesterday on a proposed bill that would pull New Hampshire out of a regional carbon tax initiative.
A Keene legislator is proposing a bill that would offer protections for convicted sex offenders.
Around 1,000 voters don't show their IDs at state polling places each year.
Brookline voters will be asked to spend a little more money in the town budget to fight the proposed Kinder-Morgan pipeline.
Strafford County Commissioners are hoping to find enough money in the budget to re-open a hospice care facility.
Testimony from a man who partied with accused arsonist Gregory Potter was the highlight of Thursday's court action.
The lawyer for the teenager accused of hitting two Hampton women while he was driving under the influence says the women should share the blame for the accident.
A mother from Newtown accused of injuring her 1 month-old daughter wants to blame the girl's father for her injuries.
12 months in prison for the former Market Basket employee accused of attacking a coworker at their store in Epping.
The driver in Wednesday's police chase that started in Bedford and ended in a crash just off I-293 in Manchester remains in the hospital.
Candia police are asking for help as they investigate a pair of burglaries at area businesses.
Shredded tire is being blamed for a brush fire off of I-95 in North Hampton Thursday.
Merrimack's police chief wants to hire new officers to help deal with the rise in drug crime.
A Brookline man has been charged in a Hollis road-rage incident.
Hooksett police are trying to return some stolen items to their owners.
National Grid is proposing a $520 million transmission line project in Pelham.
A radio station based in Nashua says it's relocating to downtown Manchester.
New numbers suggest the real estate market in New Hampshire has stabilized.
Business leaders stressed corporate citizenship at a forum at St. Anselm College Thursday.
A former Shaw's supermarket in Merrimack could be the home of an indoor go-kart facility.
Plymouth State is doing research that could help drivers avoid dangerous conditions.
Nashua's Broad Street Parkway project won't be finished on time.
A former Presidential aide claims in his memoir that then-Senator Obama took it easy on a group of Portsmouth and Hampton firefighters in a pickup basketball game in 2007 in an effort to win their vote. (It didn't work.)
National and World News
The U.S. says 6,000 ISIS members have been killed.
A former Patriots quarterback (not a very good one, mind you) talks to the AP about deflated footballs.