Nov 6, 2015 8:33 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Friday, November 6, 2015
The FBI shut down streets in Manchester Thursday, looking for clues in the shooting death of Denise Robert.
An autopsy has confirmed that a Manchester man died of a gunshot wound to the torso earlier this week.
Just before filing his paperwork for the NH Democratic Primary, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders stopped at NH1 News for a 1-on-1 interview.
A terminally ill woman is suing the state, seeking to gain access to medical marijuana before the state's program goes into effect early next year.
Nearly 2 months after going missing in Bow, a black lab was found-in a well.
Manchester residents are on alert after reports of coyote sightings.
NH1 News investigates "Power Problems": A Pelham family says its utility company is giving them the runaround and not offering an adequate explanation for their wildly fluctuating bills.
A plane that crashed in waters off New York City belongs to a New Hampshire man.
Businessman Mark Connolly is announcing a Democratic bid for Governor.
Manchester Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig is officially filing for a recount after losing to incumbent Mayor Ted Gatsas by just 85 votes.
A teen that went missing from a school in Rindge was found by a K-9 unit safe on an island in a pond.
A 70 year-old bottle of whiskey was found under city hall steps in Lebanon-but what was inside was what had people talking.
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Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center in Nashua is holding Narcan training.
Peterborough welcomes the state's largest solar panel array in a ceremony today that will be attended by Senator Jeanne Shaheen.
Among the candidates filing for President today in New Hampshire: John Kasich and Chris Christie.
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Republicans Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio joined Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders in filing their papers in Concord Thursday for their presidential candidacies.
The Attorney General's office has ruled that police officers were justified when they shot a man to death after he lunged at them with a knife outside a home in Merrimack back in September.
The Sea-3 Propane storage facility in Newington has reached a deal with neighboring communities that will help push forward its plans to expand.
He's convicted and sentenced on rape charges, but Owen Labrie is not yet on the state's sex offender registry, a requirement of his sentence.
There's a behind-the-scenes effort underway to present Senator Kelly Ayotte with a primary challenge before her showdown with Governor Maggie Hassan in the general election next year.
New Jersey Governor may be off the main stage in next week's Republican Presidential candidates debate, but at least he's got the endorsement of former Republican Presidential candidate Walt Havenstein.
The New Ipswich Board of Selectmen warned the town's longtime fire chief Tuesday night there's no second chance if it's found his work computer is used to visit porn websites again.
Nashua city officials say they've reached an agreement with state and federal environmental officials that could save the city millions.
The man police say is responsible for last week's lockdown of part of downtown Laconia is being held on $50,000 bail.
The town of New Durham is responding to a lawsuit filed by the former police chief, who was fired earlier this year.
Part of Route 125 in Barrington is closed this morning after an accident.
Both lanes of Route 102 were closed in Derry yesterday after a pedestrian was struck.
A local man is hoping to resurrect an iconic science fiction magazine that inspired a 1980's anthology series helmed by Steven Speilberg.