Apr 28, 2015 9:30 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
The streets of Baltimore were in chaos yesterday as rioters looted on the same day as the funeral of a black man who died after being injured in police custody.
The defense got started Monday as the sentencing phase of convicted Boston Marathon Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial resumed, and as expected brother Tamerlan was a focus of testimony.
The trial to determine whether or not a Portsmouth police Sergeant should receive a $2 million inheritance from a 92 year-old woman got underway Monday. Aaron Goodwin denies allegations that he manipulated Geraldine Webber into changing her will.
Defense attorneys for a man on trial after a 2012 confrontation with police in Lee are calling into question the credibility of some of the officers.
The daughter of Genevieve Kelley, who both disappeared for 10 years during a custody dispute with Kelley's ex-husband, wants a no-contact order with her mom lifted.
A trial for a woman accused of starving a small boy in his care has been put on hold until next month.
Donald Trump tells NH1 Political Director Paul Steinhauser that he's decided to decide about a run for President.
A showdown is looming over the future of casino gambling in the Granite State.
Tourism officials are warning that steep budget cuts will hurt businesses and the state.
The real estate market is heating up here in New Hampshire, but it's a seller's market.
It'll cost you more in some New Hampshire counties when it comes to buying car insurance.
High school dropout rates are improving in New Hampshire.
An unlucky series of events in Bow, where a woman who's in the hospital had her home damaged by fire Sunday night.
The NH1 Top 5: Great NH cheeses.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
We're continuing to watch the latest developments out of Baltimore ahead of night 1 of a week-long curfew following Monday's riots.
The sentencing phase of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial continues in Boston.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in several cases related to the issue of gay marriage. Their rulings in these cases could make gay marriage legal across the U.S., overturning laws in several states that have banned the practice.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina visits the Granite State today. Fiorina attends a NH House Business Caucus Luncheon at noon at the Barley House in Concord. At 7:30pm she attends a meet-and-greet at the Northwood Community Center.
Jessica Parker will be in court today after being arrested in connection with an attempted convenience store robbery in Merrimack last week that ended with the clerk chasing the robber out of the store.
Antonio Savoy appears in court this morning. The Nashua man is facing charges of possessing child pornography.
Shawn Hoyt appears in Strafford County Superior Court for a bail hearing. Hoyt's accused of setting a woman's house on fire in Dover while she and her small children were in it.
A Nashua High grad trekking in Nepal is shaken up, but unhurt after Saturday's massive earthquake in Nepal.
A resident who's been outspoken about problems with well water at Pease International Airport is now calling for two other wells to be shut down there.
The former head of Manchester's Driver Education program has been indicted, accused of stealing the money students gave him for registration for the course.
A man suspected in robberies in four different towns is in custody in Manchester.
The investigation into Sunday's shooting in Nashua continues.
Senator Shaheen is continuing her push to put a woman on the 20 dollar bill.
The latest edition of lawmakers behaving badly: a Stratham selectman is apologizing for a profanity-laced outburst at a recent meeting.
Portsmouth is weighing the best way to replace its wastewater treatment plant on Pierce Island, though many of the options carry a big price tag.
Some residents in Rochester aren't enchanted with the idea of proposed raises for the mayor and city council.
Derry officials have approved bulletproof vests for their officers.
A proposal to set a flat rate for youth leagues to play games at Gill Stadium in Manchester has been dropped.
A woman charged with running over and killing a man in Nashua back in March of 2014, then driving away, has reached a plea deal with prosecutors.
A man accused of stealing a car in Dover and leading police on a chase into Massachusetts has been indicted.
A Manchester man has been indicted on charges he threatened to shoot at police.
A man involved in a 2012 standoff with police in Concord is looking for a new trial on separate charges he abused his girlfriend.
Once again, the sentencing for the former principal of a religious school in Litchfield convicted of embezzling money has been postponed.
There's been an arrest in connection with last week's attempted robbery at a Merrimack gas station that ended with the clerk chasing the robber off.
More trouble for a Newmarket teen serving time for assaulting his 8 month-old son after being charged with calling a woman in violation of a restraining order.
A single-car crash in Manchester Monday night left one person seriously injured.
An intoxicated man is facing charges after burglarizing a home in Manchester.
A Nashua man is facing charges after being accused of choking another man.
Firefighters in Hudson were busy Sunday night, responding to 3 fires in a 90-minute span.
A pedestrian struck by a tractor-trailer in Rochester last week remains in serious condition.
A driver was pinned after his logging truck rolled over in Randolph early this morning.
The long cold winter has meant a slow start for local garden centers.
A chain of addiction treatment centers is about to expand into Manchester, and is finding that their services are in high demand.
A major player in the solar energy market is coming to New Hampshire.
A Bhutanese prayer service has been scheduled for Wednesday for the victims of the earthquake in Nepal.
Members of the community gathered in Portsmouth last night to talk about the ongoing heroin epidemic.
The man behind New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die" motto was honored in Dunbarton yesterday.
National and World
Efforts to treat and transport the injured continue in Nepal.
Monday was day 1 of the trial of the man accused in the 2012 shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.