Jun 1, 2015 9:31 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, June 1, 2015
Police have arrested a man they say led them on a chase near the Fisher Cats' ballpark Thursday, striking several cars in the process.
The first murder victim in Fremont's history has been honored with a memorial bench.
The new owner of a troubled campground in Epsom is hoping to restore its reputation and trust with longtime tenants.
Laconia Police are investigating a suspicious device found in the city over the weekend that was later destroyed.
Former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley is the latest entrant into the Democratic race for President and says he's ready to campaign hard in New Hampshire.
Governor Hassan remains at odds with the Senate over their version of the state budget.
From NH1 Newsmakers this past weekend: a top GOP operative says Congressman Frank Guinta can't win in 2016 in the wake of his campaign finance allegations.
A Seabrook teen is a candidate for a special election for a State House seat.
Police in Laconia have charged a man with choking and threatening his mother with a gun.
No injuries after an accident at Star Speedway in Epping on Saturday.
A report of an abduction in Nashua over the weekend turned out to be fake.
State officials are keeping their eye out for a destructive breed of caterpillar.
UNH has received a grant to develop an interactive game to educate students on sexual assault prevention.
An inspection is happening on the Sarah Long Bridge connecting Portsmouth and Kittery.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
The remains of Korean War POW Cpl. Elmer Richard are expected to arrive in New Hampshire today. Richard was captured following a battle in Korea in 1950 and his fate remained a mystery for decades until a DNA test verified his identity.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz continues a campaign trip in the Granite State today.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham becomes the latest candidate to enter the race for President this week, announcing today in his home state. He's planned 4 stops in New Hampshire Tuesday and Wednesday.
Jury selection begins today in the case of Ronald Martin. Martin's accused of setting his Lakes Region home on fire in 2012. He's also a convicted sex offender and is facing separate charges of theft and animal cruelty.
A motion to suppress hearing is scheduled today at 1pm in the case of Remy Gross-Santos, who's been charged with driving under the influence in a crash back in June of 2014 that left two women seriously injured in Hampton.
A missing 2 year-old was rushed to the hospital this morning after being found in a swimming pool in Epping.
Soaking rain on Sunday was what finally put out a brush fire that burned for 3 days in Hooksett.
A Londonderry man has been charged with attempted murder for a violent home break-in attack in Saco, Maine, that left his wife and another man seriously injured.
Parents of murdered Rochester journalist James Foley say they're working on creating a support network for American hostages and their families.
A non-partisan Pew study finds job growth lacking here in the Granite State.
Jeb Bush and Rand Paul are trading jabs over the issue of NSA surveillance.
The cost of school lunches is jumping 10 cents in Derry next year.
The state has won a federal grant to help conserve its forests.
The attorney representing a man from Salem accused of hiding a recording device in a flower pot placed in a women's bathroom stall is asking that charges be dismissed, saying prosecutors can't prove women in the bathroom didn't consent to have their pictures taken.
A retired Rockingham County jail officer has been awarded $12,000 in damages, all because his final paycheck was 3 days late.
A grand jury reconvenes this week as it reviews a deadly Maine hayride case.
Two men are facing charges in Manchester after running away from police who stopped to asked them why they were hanging out behind a school.
Police in Newington are investigating after a bloodied man was found in the parking lot of a restaurant Friday afternoon.
A Hampton Falls family is mourning the death of a man who was apparently gored to death on his farm.
A furniture store in West Lebanon was damaged by fire early Sunday morning.
No one hurt after a fiery vehicle rollover in South Berwick, Maine, Sunday.
Ducklings were rescued from a storm drain in Claremont on Sunday.
Gas prices are up 22 cents in New Hampshire in the past 3 weeks.
Allegiant Air is adding flights from Portsmouth to Florida.
Time marches on: One of the largest video stores in New Hampshire is getting set to shut its doors.
State officials are rolling out a Lyme disease prevention plan.
Using your UNH student account to pay for tanning may soon no longer be an option.
The defeat of Aristotle Onassis' plan to put an oil refinery on Great Bay may become a feature film.
After topping a statewide film competition, a Nashua student is moving on to a New England-wide competition.
A 7 year-old from Keene is getting kudos for what he did after winning a new bike at a raffle-he gave it to a friend who he thought needed it more.
Former "American Idol" contestant Alex Preston will be playing a benefit show in Milford.
National and World News
After hours of debate Sunday, the U.S. Senate has let the NSA's spy program lapse, though they could act on it later today.
The sun is finally back in Texas, and residents and officials are counting the costs of the flooding damage.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a man who was convicted under federal threatening laws after posting threats on Facebook.
The son of Vice President Joe Biden has died of brain cancer at the age of just 46.
Secretary of State John Kerry is recovering from a bicycle accident in France over the weekend that left him with a broken leg.
Is NBC trying to keep Brian Williams in another role besides that of host of NBC Nightly News?