May 11, 2015 5:18 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, May 11, 2015
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One person is dead after a shooting Sunday afternoon in Manchester. The Attorney General says self-defense could be a motive in that shooting.
One person has been arrested after a deadly stabbing at a nightclub in Manchester over the weekend.
15 years later, the identities of a woman and 3 girls whose bodies were found in Allenstown remain a mystery, but those close to the case aren't giving up on finding answers.
Parole will be considered on Tuesday for a man convicted of helping to cover up a brutal murder in Mont Vernon.
This past winter was a record one for flu deaths in New Hampshire, since numbers were first tracked at the beginning of the millenium.
A pair of top political operatives in New Hampshire say lesser-known presidential candidates can break through here in the Granite State.
Senator Shaheen has introduced an energy-efficiency bill she says would reduce operating costs for places like hospitals, universities and manufacturing plants.
Two school buses were involved in a minor accident in Manchester Monday morning-there were no reports of injuries.
An overnight burglary and theft at the Macy's in Bedford Sunday morning is under investigation.
Police in Rochester are asking for your help in identifying a thief at a local Hannaford supermarket.
A home in Strafford was burned after the homeowner accidentally crashed her car while in her garage.
A fire damaged a home and car in Derry over the weekend.
Police in Rochester say one person was injured Saturday morning after a car plowed into a porch.
An argument over a paint job Saturday night led to charges in Salem.
A woman walking through the parking lot at the Hudson Mall Sunday is recovering after being hit by a car.
Brush fires continue to be a problem around the state-a popular hiking spot in Keene had several acres burned on Saturday.
Charges for a driver police say was clocked at 111 miles per hour on Route 89 Sunday morning.
A pregnant woman is recovering after striking a pregnant moose in Waterville Valley, prompting a reminder from state officials.
Police in Portsmouth are asking for funding to help solve two cold case murders the chief believes could have been caused by the same person.
There's a new way you can contribute to the state's next historic preservation plan.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
Joel Martin, charged in connection with a deadly stabbing early Saturday morning outside a nightclub in Manchester, makes his initial court appearance today.
Alfred Stauble of Mason will be arraigned today. He's the 85 year-old man accused of causing a 4-hour standoff at his home after waving a gun at a pedestrian.
A busy week with Presidential candidates in New Hampshire gets underway with a visit from Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, who's holding a town hall meeting in Londonderry.
Testimony is expected to wrap up today in the sentencing phase of the trial of convicted Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and the case could be in the hands of the jury soon.
New Hampshire's Congressional representatives, Frank Guinta and Annie Kuster, are co-hosting a summit on mental health issues today in Concord.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen will visit Sewalls Falls Bridge in Concord today at 10:30 a.m. to renew the call for federal transportation funding to replace the aging bridge.
The Vermont father involved in last summer's brawl at the entrance of Canobie Lake Park is scheduled to be sentenced today.
Crew will be installing a display of a satellite built by UNH students in 1999 to detect Gamma Ray sources at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. The satellite never made it into space.
The Portland Pie company will donate 10 percent of its sales today at the Manchester and Nashua restaurants to Serenity Place, in memory of Molly Parks, an employee with a heroin addiction found dead in the Manchester restaurant's bathroom last month.
We could hear from the NFL today on a possible punishment for the Patriots' Tom Brady in the endless "Deflategate" controversy.
It's "Bike to Work Week".
Top News from around New Hampshire
The investigation continues into the deadly early Saturday morning stabbing in Manchester.
Around 700 voters from the 2014 elections have yet to verify their identity.
A judge who's no stranger to free speech issues will make a ruling on whether a Alton man's free speech rights were violated when he was arrested during a selectmen's meeting back in February.
As the construction project on Concord's downtown Main Street area continues, local businesses are hopeful-but apprehensive-about what the future holds.
Concord residents say last week's big brush fire is evidence the city needs to do a better job of managing its trails.
Raoul Castro met with the Pope over the weekend and suggested he might return to the Catholic Church.
Senator Ayotte is calling for new barracks at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. It's been 10 years since the last BRAC-inspired round of base closures, and many think PNS is well-positioned to avoid closure should the BRAC commission convene again.
Senator Shaheen and Senator Ayotte are optimistic about the chances for a bill they co-sponsored that would place a tax-free status on benefits for families of public safety officers who died in the line of duty.
With another tough fishing season expected, federal officials are considering a buyback program to help local fishermen.
Advocates for renewable energy are decrying a proposal to gut a state renewable energy fund.
New Hampshire has yet to see the benefits of a trade mission made by Governor Hassan to Turkey.
Salem has joined the call for Kinder Morgan to relocate their proposed pipeline through southern New Hampshire.
After heavy snow on roofs created problems at several local schools last winter, Epping is considering installing a system to monitor the snow load.
A mom from Litchfield charged with possessing and selling drugs at an American Legion post in Nashua has been ordered to undergo treatment rather than serve jail time.
A national labor union has filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board, saying a group of New Hampshire food co-ops interfered with workers' rights.
Police believe speed was a factor in a Sunday night crash in Sandown.
A man Laconia police described as "armed and dangerous" last week has been tracked down.
A Northfield man has been charged with selling heroin to another local man who died of an overdose last month.
A Merrimack man is facing multiple domestic violence charges.
A youth hockey coach from New Hampshire has been charged with stalking an 18 year-old waitress in Connecticut.
In addition to the Northern Pass project and a smaller project on the Seacoast, Eversource is hoping for a transmission line upgrade that could impact some homes in the Merrimack Valley.
CEO Magazine has moved New Hampshire to 21st in its "Best and Worst States for Business" list.
Graduation season is underway for area colleges. Rivier University held its commencement Saturday. Graduation ceremonies for Southern New Hampshire University were also held on Saturday. Governor Hassan was on hand for Keene State's graduation Saturday afternoon. Colby-Sawyer College held its 177th graduation ceremony Saturday. And let's not forget about Daniel Webster College's ceremonies.
Work on the state's new Marine Patrol headquarters in Gilford is scheduled to begin next month.
The federal limits on the amount of flouride added to public drinking water have been moved lower, but many communities in New Hampshire are already ahead of the game.
Bridge work is scheduled this week on Interstate 89 in Sutton.
Work to repair historic Watson Academy in Epping, damaged by a magnitude 4.0 earthquake in 2012, is scheduled to begin soon.
National and World News
The defense has rested in the case of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
A new report suggests the U.S. government is way behind when it comes to information requests.
A Mothers' Day peace walk in Boston was attended by the mother of Odin Lloyd and a victim of the Boston Marathon Bombing.
A lot of wild weather around the U.S. over the weekend.
Another big weekend at the box office for Avengers: Age of Ultron.