Dec 7, 2015 5:16 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, December 7, 2015
The New Hampshire woman injured in the most recent mass shooting in California is recovering after surgery.
The victims have been identified in Saturday's deadly crash in Wilton that left 2 people dead.
A boy was hit by a car in Hudson on Sunday.
Officers from 6 different communities responded Saturday night after a Peterborough officer was threatened by a man with a gun.
Two accidents within a mile of each other in Derry Saturday sent multiple people to the hospital for serious injuries.
The state's opioid crisis has taken a toll on not just people-pets have become victims too.
An insurance pool that provides policies to communities around New Hampshire will soon be barred from issuing or renewing policies.
The NH1 Political Report from Kevin Landrigan updates us on Republican lawmakers' efforts to convene a 1-day session to take up bills related to the state's heroin crisis.
UNH has wrapped up its online course on the New Hampshire primary.
Roland Dow of Plaistow, sentenced last year to up to 67 years in prison for abusing his girlfriend’s 3-year-old son, is going before the state's Sentence Review Board to try to get his sentence reduced.
A judge is allowing a New Hampshire woman and American Airlines flight attendant accused of striking co-workers and federal marshals on an overseas flight to return home for a psychological evaluation.
A former Manchester businessman has been indicted on charges he filed false tax returns for clients, then collected fraudulent refunds from the Internal Revenue Service.
A man is dead after being trapped under a van being towed in Newmarket Thursday afternoon.
5 people were forced out of an apartment building in Rochester early Saturday morning after a kitchen fire.
Power was knocked out in the Concord area for a couple of hours on Saturday morning-all because of a bird on a wire.
One person was hospitalized after an early-morning fire in Concord Saturday.
A family in Londonderry was treated for minor injuries Saturday morning after a fire at their Stony Point Drive home.
Police say a Rochester man faces charges of driving under the influence and using a mobile electronic device after he rolled his pickup truck on Old Dover Road near Briar Ridge Estates early Saturday morning.
A Northwood woman faces charges after police say she overdosed and crashed a pickup truck with her husband and two sons inside on Thursday night.
Speed is believed to be a factor in an accident that snapped a utility pole in Hooksett early Saturday morning.
Not a lot of snow thus far this winter, but snowmobile riders and businesses still expect a strong season.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is recommending more than $900,000 in federal funding for coastal habitat restoration projects in New England, including $611,000 for a dam removal project in Exeter.
A nonprofit that runs inmate halfway houses wants to build a home for the transition of women being released from the state prison in Goffstown.
An event was held Saturday in Strafford County to remind addicts that there's help available to them.
The Epsom community is rallying to aid one of their own battling cancer.
Local utility Eversource says LED lights are the way to go with your holiday decorations.
NH1 News took part in several holiday parades this weekend.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
The state's Site Evaluation Committee meets this morning at 9am in Concord to consider the application by Eversource to build the Northern Pass transmission project.
The manslaughter trial of Kyle Witty begins today. Witty is accused of running a red light on Route 101A in Merrimack in 2014, killing a Nashua woman.
The annual Wreaths Across America project to honor soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery passes through New Hampshire Monday.
Selectmen in Canterbury meet tonight, and one of the items on the agenda is a petition being circulated calling for the disbanding of the police department in the wake of Chief John LaRoche's arrest on charges of sexual assault dating back to the early 2000's.
Hooksett Police are looking for whoever shot a gun at a pickup truck on Sunday night.
Manchester Police say they tracked down a man suspected in a Thursday morning Queen City shooting in Providence, Rhode Island.
The superintendent in Marlborough has apologized and says the district will review its policies after a firestorm of controversy over the barring of the distribution of flyers with the word "Christmas" on them.
Those who leave near a portion of Sagamore Creek that Portsmouth officials are considering increasing access to say it could open the door to more illegal drug use on the property.
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders drew an overflow crowd at Keene State College Saturday.
Senator Kelly Ayotte says those on the no-fly list should be banned from purchasing guns.
Rules governing the approval of big energy projects in New Hampshire have changed, and neither energy companies nor opponents are happy with the result.
A committee in Nashua that's working to find a private vendor to provide custodial services to city schools meets Wednesday as it narrows down the list of service providers.
Town officials in Merrimack have signed contracts to replace two red-listed bridges in town.
A man accused of setting fire to his ex-girlfriend's apartment building in Nashua back in May is set to go to trial in March.
A committee met on Friday to review changes to rules that prevent unwarranted jailing of those who aren't able to pay court-ordered fines.
The man who police say planted a hoax bomb in downtown Boston Friday morning was arrested later that same day.
State Police say slippery roads led to 3 crashes in the Monadnock Region Sunday.
A Dover man was arrested Sunday in Deerfield on multiple charges after police say he crashed a stolen vehicle into a guardrail and the front yard of a home on South Road.
Police are investigating after a veteran's service dog was hit and killed in Berwick, Maine.
It was a fairly hostile crowd in Milford at a public hearing to discuss the proposed Kinder-Morgan natural gas pipeline.
Opponents to wind power are critical of a new report that takes a look at New Hampshire's growth in the wind power industry.
A local man has developed a new product that allows you to rate insurance companies by not just price-but value as well.
Ice Castles will return for a third year to the Hobo Scenic railroad in Lincoln.
Veterans gathered in Manchester Sunday to mark the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Observances were also held in Nashua on Sunday.
Looking for the perfect stocking-stuffer? Can we interest you in a Donald Trump sweater for your dog?
A Manchester High School West student is among the finalists on a Univision Network talent-search show that aims to create a Meneudo-style Latino boy band.
5 months after the accident in Taiwan that left him with burns over 90 percent of his body, Mont Vernon native Alex Haas says he's happy to be growing more independent.