May 4, 2015 5:01 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Monday, May 4, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
Nancy Pelosi was in New Hampshire Sunday, keynoting a Democratic Party dinner.
Someone tried to rob a 95 year-old veteran in Manchester at a pharmacy over the weekend.
A man wanted for a sucker-punch incident in Dover last month outside of a restaurant has turned himself in.
The group Occupy Seacoast held a protest over the weekend centering on the case of Freddie Gray in Baltimore. 6 police officers have been charged in connection with Gray's death while in custody.
Goffstown police have made an arrest in an armed robbery at a Cumberland Farms back in February.
A motorcyclist was killed in an accident Sunday afternoon in Concord.
A harassing phone call complaint led to a SWAT team arrest of a man in Gilmanton.
An injured hiker was carried to safety by rescuers in Lincoln. An Exeter man suffering from medical issues at Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham was rescued Saturday afternoon.
One more warning from UNH's president asking students to celebrate Cinco de Mayo responsibly.
The mother of a boy in Manchester says her son is a victim of redistricting and politics in Little League baseball, and he's on the sidelines because of it.
Ben Carson has officially kicked off his campaign for the Republican nomination for President.
Bernie Sanders kicked off his presidential campaign this weekend in New Hampshire.
Senator Shaheen is applauding a Small Business Association effort to encourage women-owned small businesses.
Police in Laconia are looking for an assault suspect.
It's been 12 years since the Old Man in the Mountain came down.
The road to the summit of Mount Washington is partially re-open.
A new father-son business is giving you the chance to ride in style.
A NH Native and paraolympics medalist will report on the Special Olympics for ESPN.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
Sidewalk reconstruction is set to begin today on Concord's Main Street as part of the ongoing project there.
National Endowment for the Arts Chairwoman Jane Chu is in New Hampshire for a 2-day visit.
Members of the Tsarnaev are expected to testify in the sentencing phase of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial in Boston.
It's week 2 of the Estate hearing for Geraldine Webber to determine if a $2.1 million inheritance she left to a Portsmouth Police
The Department of Health and Human Services is set to make a budget presentation Monday to the Senate Finance Committee. Several divisions within DHHS will make presentations as they try to avoid budget cuts to the agency.
Genevieve Kelley will be arraigned in court today. Kelley's been charged with custodial interference after disappearing with her then-8 year-old daughter back in in 2005 while in a dispute with her ex-husband.
The Governor's Conference on Tourism is being held today and tomorrow in Keene.
There's a special school board meeting tonight in Manchester where Education Commissioner Virginia Barry is expected to appear. The Board has been in a long-simmering dispute with the state over the implementation of Smarter Balanced testing.
The Portsmouth City Council is expected to vote tonight on a proposal for a second downtown parking garage. There may be a discussion of the Prescott Park Arts festival as well.
Former Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan is in Manchester this afternoon to announce a new 15 city North American figure skating tour.
Don't expect medical marijuana dispensaries in New Hampshire until early 2016.
The city of Portsmouth is asking the Air Force to pay for cleanup of a contaminated well at Pease International Airport.
Two people have been sent to the hospital after a crash in Rochester Sunday night.
A number of people are out of their homes after a fire in Laconia Sunday night.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has lined up several events in New Hampshire Thursday and Friday.
Will Senator Bernie Sanders have to register as a Democrat here in New Hampshire in order to run in the Presidential primary. Most likely.
Republican 1st District Congressman Frank Guinta says he's joining to push to curb the government's spy and surveillance programs after hearing from constituents concerned about government overreach.
Concord is looking for ways to rein in the cost for its substitute teachers.
The trial of a man charged in connection with a 2012 crash in Nashua that killed his fiancee is scheduled to begin tomorrow.
Stratham is one of several towns struggling to find enough volunteer firefighters to staff its force.
New charges of lewdness and indecent exposure for a Walpole man already facing sexual assault charges in Hinsdale.
One person is facing charges after police say he fired a gun in a home in Merrimack with children present.
Two drivers were taken to the hospital Saturday after a crash in Loudon.
Three people were injured after a head-on crash in Rollinsford over the weekend.
9 people have died of drug overdoses so far this year in Nashua, including 3 in one weekend.
A deal that would bring 150 apartment units next to the stadium where the Fisher Cats play is close to moving forward.
Opponents of a proposed expansion project at Mount Sunapee are requesting an environmental study.
Gas prices in New Hampshire are edging higher.
The Yankees finished off a sweep of the Red Sox on Sunday night.
The Bruins have reportedly narrowed down the list of candidates to become their next GM.
Rory McIlroy solidified his standing as the top golfer in the world with a win at the Match Play Championship this weekend.
Hulk the pit bull (believed to be the world's largest) was the star of the BOW WOW fest this weekend in Laconia.
National and World News
Police in Texas have killed 2 gunmen outside of an event in that featured cartoons of the prophet Muhammad.
The curfew has been lifted in Baltimore 6 days after riots sparked by the death of Freddie Gray.
It's Star Wars Day. May the 4th be with you.