Sep 28, 2015 9:01 AM
All Things New Hampshire-Monday, September 28, 2015
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The mother of a 21-month-old who died in Manchester earlier this month has been charged with second-degree murder.
Police are investigating reports of attempted abductions at Plymouth State College.
From Friday: The Attorney General's office released body camera video worn by police officers involved in the shooting death of a Canterbury man who charged officers with a knife back in July.
The number of Narcan doses administered so far in 2015 outlines the scope of the state's drug crisis.
A Manchester couple who allegedly ran a drug operation from their home may have their assets seized - almost $1 million worth - by the federal government.
Campaigning in New Hampshire Friday, Rand Paul says the resignation of the Republican Speaker of the House Friday is due to "the wrath of the voters".
The Real ID kerfuffle leads this week's NH1 Political Report with Kevin Landrigan.
Legislative study commissions will be meeting this week at the State House to discuss a variety of issues.
Town officials in Amherst have negotiated changes to the proposed Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline route.
Some local fishermen say the arrival of black sea bass in northern waters is a potential threat to New England lobsters and they should be allowed to catch more of the sought-after fish.
1 driver is facing charges after a multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 89 in Sutton Saturday morning.
An Auburn man has been charged with driving while intoxicated for the second time after police say he crashed into an oncoming car, injuring three local teens.
Police say a missed turn in Laconia nearly put a car in Lake Winnepesaukee.
Clark Road was closed much of Sunday after a vehicle hit a fire hydrant, and a distracted driver appears to be to blame.
An elderly driver losing control of his vehicle appears to be responsible for an accident that left the entrance to a gas station in Northwood damaged on Friday night.
Fallen New Hampshire firefighters were honored at a special ceremony over the weekend.
NASCAR racer Jeff Gordon earned the title "Ironman" by making his 789 consecutive Sprint Cup series start Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
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Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center
Katlin Paquette will be in court this morning, to answer to second-degree murder charges in the death of her 21 month-old in Manchester on September 5th.
Witness testimony resumes today in the murder trial of Tristan Wolusky, accused in the stabbing death of a Madbury teen in June of 2014.
There's a meeting in Nashua tonight where the public will get a chance to weigh in on a decision to privatize custodial services at city schools.
We might get some specifics from Donald Trump today-he's unveiling his tax plan proposal at an event at Trump Towers in New York this afternoon.
An attorney for Michael Addison, the state's only death row inmate, is asking the courts to declare the state’s death penalty law unconstitutional.
Supermoon fever was felt around the state last night.
The Air Force says it won't continue to dispute an EPA order to clean up a contaminated well at its former base at Pease.
A group of Bow residents are concerned they could see their water rates could increase by 28 percent.
A longtime teacher at Alvirne High School has stepped down amid allegations of misconduct with a student.
Hillary Clinton says the "drip, drip, drip" of damaging information connected to her private emails while Secretary of State is out of her control.
With the budget debate behind them, there's plenty of legislation up for debate when lawmakers reconvene in January. Several lawmakers are pitching bills that attempt to address the state's ongoing drug problem.
Nashua's mayoral hopefuls will attend a forum on Tuesday.
The driver in a deadly crash in Merrimack last year that killed a Nashua woman has been indicted on additional charges in connection with the incident.
Investigators say a missing Manchester woman may have been spotted in Epping late last week.
One person suffered serious injuries in a single-car crash on Old Gage Hill Road Sunday afternoon in Pelham.
Police in Hudson say a Nashua man is facing DWI charges after a report of a hit and run accident Sunday afternoon.
Fish and Game officials say a Northwood woman was carried off Mt. Kearsarge Sunday afternoon after injuring her leg.
Despite several fires in the same area of Franklin over the last few years, fire officials say they don't see a connection.
Matt Kenseth was the big winner at the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday.
The NFL has asked for an expedited appeal of the decision in the Deflategate case.
We finally know where that wayward Emu spotted in Bow was from, and it turns out it's a lot farther away than most thought.
The new Nashua River Bridge is set to open by December 1st.
The DOT says a portion of Welch Road in Plymouth will be closed this week for repairs.
Laconia's Main Street Bridge rehabilitation project is complete.
More signs that winter is closer than we think-many New Hampshire towns reported getting their first freeze of the fall last weekend.
A New Hampshire veteran was among those veterans who got to see the World War II Memorial in Washington DC as part of an "Honor Flight" this past weekend.
The Rochester Fair wrapped up its 140th season over the weekend.
The New Hampshire Children's Museum in Dover celebrated its 32nd anniversary this weekend.
Liberty Utilities is weighing whether to save a historic gasholder building in Concord's north end.
Two brothers from Manchester hope to win fame and fortune through their participation in a boy-band competition that's airing on Univision.