Feb 25, 2015 7:46 PM
All Things New Hampshire: Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015
A quick note before we begin: There will be no All Things New Hampshire on Friday or Monday. our next edition will be Tuesday, March 3rd.
Top Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
A Manchester non-profit is closed after flooding from a sprinkler break.
Joe Biden visited New Hampshire Wednesday, but avoided talk of his 2016 plans.
The NRSC takes a swipe at Governor Maggie Hassan in a new ad.
The number of flu deaths in New Hampshire is up to 33.
The winter has been a tough one for those who make their living in the ocean off the Seacoast. NH1's Gail Huff took a special look at what they've been dealing with.
We have video of a pair of accidents that will leave you amazed that the drivers were able to walk away from them.
Overdose deaths are on the rise as many prescription painkillers are stronger than morphine.
A New Hampshire woman has been charged after crashing into a McDonald's in Lebanon.
A year after its production facility was destroyed in a fire, a new facility has been built and an open house is scheduled there for Saturday.
Top News from around New Hampshire
The identity of the man seen in several ISIS videos-including the video depicting the death of Rochester journalist James Foley-has been revealed.
Residents of a Hooksett condo complex displaced by a roof collapse will be out of the building for 4 to 8 weeks-10 are still staying in a nearby shelter. Meanwhile, OSHA isn't talking about an investigation into unsafe conditions for workers clearing snow off the roof.
Ice dams are damaging roofs in New Hampshire.
According to police records, the bus driver involved in an accident in Nottingham earlier this month was trying to download an app at the time of the crash.
A man in Peterborough is OK after being buried under 2 feet of snow for several hours Sunday.
Investigators believe they know why a roof slid off a house in Concord over the weekend.
A parent who was arrested at a school board meeting in the Lakes Region is now suing the police officer.
4 teens who got stuck in deep snow had to be rescued on Mount Sunapee yesterday.
Senator Ayotte is pressing the Pentagon to test unidentified remains from the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor that could ultimately provide closure for the family of a man from Swanzey.
Portsmouth's Superintendent has resigned, taking a similar position in Maine.
The Executive Council is playing a waiting game when it comes to a proposed extension of commuter rail from Massachusetts. It could depend largely on a vote in Plaistow next month-residents attended an informational meeting about commuter rail Tuesday night.
A proposed bill would increase funding to New Hampshire charter schools.
Trump 2016? The businessman appears to be staffing up.
Portsmouth is questioning the need for county government.
Durham residents have weighed in on 3 different projects at the University of New Hampshire.
Roland Dow, convicted of abuse of his girlfriend's 3 year-old child, is appealing his conviction.
A judge has ruled prosecutors can see the passport of Genevieve Kelly, the Whitefield mom who disappeared 10 years ago with her daughter during a custody dispute and continues to refuse to say where the girl is.
A man who made headlines 10 years ago for trying to outrun police on his riding lawnmower may plead guilty to child porn charges.
2 years in prison for a Nashua man accused of assaulting 2 different ex-girlfriends and his sister.
A Deerfield man has lost an appeal of his conviction for assaulting an officer who came to his door responding to a 911 call.
4 men have been indicted on charges of burglary and theft from a Merrimack car shop.
The link between heroin addiciton and prostitution in Manchester was discussed at a forum at St. Anselm's College that featured an agent from ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement).
Nashua police are investigating the burglary of a jewelry store.
A bank robber in Stratham is under arrest.
A New Hampshire vehicle was involved in a road rage incident on Route 302 in Maine that left one vehicle in freezing cold water.
An owner of a Manchester auto body shop was burned fighting a fire Wednesday.
One person was hurt in a one-alarm fire in Franklin.
A family dog was killed in a mobile home fire in Charlestown.
A woman and 2 dogs escaped a fire in Newton Wednesday morning.
2 women with the same last name are facing drug charges near the Seacoast, but neither are related.
A inmate from NH was found dead of an apparent suicide in a Massachusetts jail.
An accused credit card thief has been arrested in Concord.
Politicians appear to be playing the waiting game when it comes to taking a stand on the Kinder-Morgan pipeline issue.
A new report looks at the state of New Hampshire's dairy industry.
The fate of a proposed expansion of Mount Sunapee may be decided by this spring.
TJ Maxx and Marshall's are raising pay wages for their workers.
David Ortiz doesn't sound like he plans to comply with new MLB rules designed to speed up the pace of the game.
Former Celtic Kevin Garnett made a return last night to the team he started with, the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Another former Celtic, Rajon Rondo, has been suspended after a run-in with his head coach in Dallas (who's also a former Celtic).
Here's something you don't see everyday-horses taking a trip to Hannaford's.
If you've been impacted by the recent Anthem insurance data breach, here are some suggestions.
A polygraph test is at the center of a dispute between a retired DEA agent and state and county officials.
Animal and Domestic Violence advocates are teaming up to help pets whose owners are victims of abuse.
Newport is extending is backup ambulance service for a few weeks longer.
NHMS is among the tracks installing special barriers to avoid accidents like the one that seriously injured driver Kyle Busch last weekend.
The city of Newport is ending backup ambulance service to other towns.
The knife of the NH man who help raise the American flag over Iwo Jima during WWII is up for auction.
National and World News
There could be a deal over the funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
The number of Christians abducted by ISIS has now risen to 220.
At least 162 people are dead after an avalanche in Afghanistan.
The leader of Japan is the center of attention as the country debates how to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Madonna took a fall at the Brit Awards last night, and Twitter hilarity ensued.