Aug 13, 2015 5:23 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Thursday, August 13, 2015
A a 15 year-old girl who went missing at Canobie Lake Park has been found safe.
Neighbors living along Stevens Avenue in Nashua are concerned about what they believe is gang activity in their neighborhood.
A man suspected of a drive-by shooting in Nashua has turned himself in to police.
Concord residents are worried about the drug epidemic hitting too close to home as a 20 year-old woman was caught on camera this week suffering an overdose on Main Street.
Governor Hassan is calling for a review of regulations for the licensing of substance abuse treatment centers, hoping to find ways to streamline the process and get people help more quickly. Senator Ayotte is calling for the U.S. Health Department to ease its requirements to cut down on the cost burdens for those facilities.
Police say a woman whose car crashed into a school bus full of elementary school students in Durham back in May was high on drugs.
Bedbugs are a problem at Concord's Mennino Place.
Six New Hampshire residents - all of them at or near retirement age - had their savings stolen by a man who turned out to be an imposter.
Heavy rains on Tuesday caused flooding issues in downtown Laconia.
The controversy continues over Hillary Clinton's emails while serving as Secretary of State.
A positive sign for Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders? His campaign headquarters is moving into a larger office space.
Ohio Governor John Kasich appears to be building some momentum in New Hampshire, holding his largest event yet Wednesday.
Manchester police say a wheelchair-bound woman is facing assault charges after slapping an officer and threatening to damage his cruiser.
A mishap involving a punctured aerosol can injured one man at his home in Franklin Wednesday.
A Nashua man is under arrest after being found with a woman who has a restraining order against him.
A Hollis man is facing charges of credit card fraud after using a card belonging to his former employer.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has agreed to pay over $450,000 after an audit revealed one of its hospitals was improperly collecting from a federal health care insurance program.
College Republicans from around New England will be meeting in New Hampshire next month for a leadership summit.
The Perseid meteor showers are expected to give us quite a display in the skies this week.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center
There's an Operation Care for Troops event at the Nashua Armory as volunteers put together care packages for military members serving overseas. Security's been enhanced for the event in the wake of last month's shootings in Tennessee.
GOP Presidential candidate Ben Carson campaigns in the Granite State today. He visits the Puritan Backroom Restaurant in Manchester, then attends Town Hall meetings in Hooksett and Windham, with a visit to Londonderry in between.
Rand Paul is also campaigning today in New Hampshire.
Tristan Woluksy attends a final pretrial hearing today. He's one of 3 men accused of killing a teen in Madbury last June.
The Cigna 5K Road Race is being held tonight in Manchester-expect major delays downtown.
After two deaths in the White Mountains in the last four days, state Fish and Game officials are stressing safety if you're looking to enjoy the great outdoors.
Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas has written an open letter explaining why he vetoed a new teachers' contract last week. The school board plans to review an analysis of the contract, but has yet to set a date.
A former Barnstead man, accused of manipulating his pregnant girlfriend into stabbing another teen girl, has been ruled competent to stand trial.
Nathaniel Kibby is facing new charges he threatened an assistant Attorney General. Kibby's already facing charges for kidnapping and sexually assaulting a Conway teen in the fall of 2013.
The second round of blood tests for those exposed to contaminated water from a well at Pease International Tradeport is coming soon.
A big crowd in Dover Wednesday night as residents expressed concerns over the cost of a new high school.
Several parents are concerned about the way they were notified about a lockdown earlier this week at the Boys & Girls Club in Nashua following a report of shots fired nearby.
A new poll suggests Bernie Sanders is actually AHEAD of Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
Kentucky Senator and GOP Presidential candidate Rand Paul is urging Libertarians to vote Republican in 2016.
Former Attorney General Tom Rath is backing Ohio Governor John Kasich for the GOP nomination for President.
Longshot Democratic Presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is releasing his blueprint to "Rebuild the American Dream".
Portsmouth's mayor has tapped a local restaurateur to vet applicants for the Portsmouth Police Commission.
Two aldermen won't be seeking re-election in Nashua.
A man pled guilty Wednesday for his role in the robbery of a marijuana dealer in Exeter last December.
A former Rockingham County jail inmate is filing a lawsuit after he was assaulted by another inmate in July of 2014.
A judge has ruled there's enough probable cause to move forward with the case of a Winchester man accused of shooting up his daughter's boyfriend's truck.
A man suing the Fremont Police department says they were misleading when they portrayed a mentally disabled woman who accused him as rape as being a credible witness.
A judge has denied a preliminary injunction sought by the towns of Danville and Sandown against the Timberlane Regional School District to stop funding for the Sandown Central School.
A homeless man in Keene accused in a pair of arson fires had to be escorted from court after repeatedly complaining the only reason he was charged was because he's bald.
A Goffstown man was arrested at his parents' home on child pornography charges Wednesday.
Police in Hampton say a man is facing charges for allegedly pushing a woman against a wall and threatening her with a knife.
Rollinsford Police are urging residents to be on guard after a string of recent burglaries.
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard says it set a record by returning the attack submarine USS Alexandria to the Navy’s fleet roughly two weeks early and $9 million under budget.
Citizens Bank is accused of pocketing the difference in discrepancies on customer's deposits.
The new Harbor Homes health care center is open for business in Nashua.
The daughter of Jeanne Shaheen will be featured on Good Morning America next week for a book she wrote detailing her own daughter's struggle with diabetes.