NH1 News Debates


Aug 11, 2015 8:30 AM

All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, August 11, 2015


A large crowd turned out Monday night in Manchester to protest Mayor Ted Gatsas' rejection of a new 3-year teachers' contract.

Hillary Clinton took aim at Donald Trump and Florida Senator Marco Rubio in comments made while she campaigned in New Hampshire Monday.

The body of a man was found face down in an 18-wheeler truck at the Rockingham Mall in Salem Monday afternoon.

How are the comments made by Donald Trump about Fox News host Megyn Kelly going over here in New Hampshire?

Governor Hassan is speaking out after last week's vote by the Executive Council to reject contracts for Planned Parenthood, slashing their funding.

A wake was held Monday night for the father and daughter killed in last Monday's circus tent collapse in Lancaster.

After a University of Cincinnati campus police officer shot and killed a man during a traffic stop, campus police around the nation are under scrutiny...but the UNH campus police chief says his force are trained the same as-and often alongside-police officers from other departments.

A hiker died over the weekend in the Mount Washington National Forest after falling 40 feet off a ledge.

Another hiker had to be rescued after slipping and falling-while wearing sandals.

A truck ended up submerged in Webster Lake Monday morning.

Police in Lee say a Somersworth man was arrested Sunday on charges of having a variety of drugs and an unlicensed hand gun.

A foot chase ended in an arrest on drug charges after an officer in Manchester says he found a city man in possession of heroin.

A Stratham man has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay back $600,000 after his conviction on charges of investment fraud.

Portsmouth Police have released video of a man suspected of being involved in an assault at the Portsmouth Gas Light.

A rollover crash in Concord Monday night left one woman with just minor injuries.

Derry Police are warning you to lock your car after more than 30 break-ins over the last 2 weeks.

A 50 year-old man is the 6th person to die of a heroin overdose in Salem this year.

Portsmouth police are asking for help finding two people accused of stealing credit cards and using them at local stores.

Police in Mont Vernon are looking for a possible getaway vehicle.

The state is reminding hunters that using chocolate to bait bears is banned this season.

Gas prices in New Hampshire have dropped almost a nickel in the past week.

Need a laugh? Comedian Bob Marley stopped by the NH1 studios and weighed in on a variety of topics, including the race for President.

It's looking like another promising season for UNH football, with two polls ranking them in the FCS top 10.

A popular former Celtics player is helping teach youngsters in New Hampshire and Massachusetts the fundamentals of basketball.

Today's NH1 Top 5: The top 5 places to grab a burrito in Manchester.

Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center

Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigns in New Hampshire. She holds a "college affordability town hall" in Claremont at 11:15am. Eastern and speaks about substance abuse in Keene at 3:30pm.

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul continues his campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination, making several stops, including a visit to the Politics & Eggs breakfast at St. Anselm's College.

Ohio Governor and Republican Presidential candidate John Kasich will be in New Hampshire today; we'll have a one-on-one conversation with him at our studios this afternoon.

Governor Hassan will ceremonially sign three bills related to domestic violence Tuesday afternoon. One of the bills will require those convicted of crimes to attend their sentencing hearing. Another establishes a fine for those convicted of domestic violence and increases the marriage license fee, with the funds to be used to increase support for domestic violence abuse victims and prevention efforts.

A candlelight vigil is scheduled in Concord, Vermont, tonight, the hometown of the father and daughter killed in last week's circus tent collapse in Lancaster, New Hampshire.

Top News

A man serving 60 years in prison for the attempted murder of a Manchester police officer wants his sentence reduced.

The U.S. Marshals office tracked down a fugitive out of Rochester they called "armed and extremely dangerous".

Officials in the town of Canterbury are defending the decision to keep its police chief on the job while he was being investigated on sexual assault charges, finally charged in the case last week.

The Superintendent of Manchester schools is pledging not to accept a pay raise until teachers have a new contract.

A Dover Point resident who wants to fly a helicopter from his property says he's the target of an effort by neighbors to create a "no aviation zone" on the Bellamy River.

More problems with rip currents at Hampton Beach Monday, where 18 people had to be rescued.


Donald Trump is holding a rally in Durham later this week.

Former Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has filed paperwork seeking to return to the First District Congressional seat she lost to Frank Guinta in 2014.

The Attorney General's office has ruled that Portsmouth's City Council must replace an open seat on the city's embattled Police Commission

The Carroll County delegation will meet next Monday to consider how to address a $2 million budget shortfall and a shortage of attorneys.

A State Senator is looking for a way to ban women from going topless on state beaches-a response to the "Free the Nipple" rally planned for later this month.

State Legislators from around the country-including New Hampshire-are joining the call for the federal government to leave marijuana laws to the states.

After Nashua police cut the number of School Resource Officers in order to put more patrolmen on the streets to fight the heroin crisis, the school board is working on an outline of the duties of the remaining SROs in city schools.


The U.S. Supreme Court will decide this fall if it wants to hear a lawsuit brought by New Hampshire Right to Life over the funding of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.

Prosecutors are arguing that police were legally justified in approaching a Londonderry man's home to question him and gather evidence in connection to the shooting of his wife and another man in Saco. Gregory Owens is accused of shooting both after his lover threatened to reveal their affair to his wife.

The final pre-trial hearing for Tristan Wolusky, one of 3 men charged with killing a Madbury teen in June of 2014, is set for Thursday.


A man charged in a shooting in Manchester early Saturday that some feared was linked to the notorious gang MS-13-later revealed to be untrue-is now facing drug charges as well.

Police have identified a man found dead in Portsmouth last Friday.

A driver from Atkinson is facing DWI charges after a crash on Route 111 in Windham Sunday night.

A man already out on bail on burglary charges in Rochester is facing new charges in connection with a Dover break-in.

A man who police say refused to say why he was loitering outside an apartment building in Portsmouth was tasered after a foot chase Sunday night.

Police in Portsmouth say a man was bitten on the finger during a weekend domestic dispute.

A Manchester man police say they found hiding in bushes clutching a stolen iPad told them he wasn't the one who took it.

Bow police are trying to identify a suspect they say burglarized 9 businesses on River Road.

A Rochester teen injured in a bicycle vs. vehicle collision late last week is now listed in stable condition at a Maine hospital.

Concord Police told the City Council Monday that they don't need to form another task force to deal with the ongoing heroin epidemic.

A tractor-trailer accident on the Maine Turnpike in York Monday morning spilled 48,000 pounds of bottled water on the highway.


The Seabrook nuclear power plant has received approval to move to the next step in the re-licensing process.

The CEO of GT Advanced Technologies-the Merrimack company that filed for bankruptcy protection after a deal to provide sapphire for Apple products fell through-has resigned.

Other News

The Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter is nearing its goal of 2,000 backpacks full of school supplies for needy kids in the community.

Ceremonies to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II will be held Friday at the State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen.

A $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation program will fund a four-year study examining the future of dams in New England.

A new book-cover campaign encouraging students to stay away from drugs will be rolled out in Manchester this fall.

National and World News

A state of emergency in Ferguson, Missouri, as re-ignited violence continues in the wake of the 1 year-anniversary of the shooting death of Michael Brown.

A U.S. F-16 pilot was able to eject before his jet crashed Tuesday in Germany.

Experts are working to diffuse an unexploded World War II-era bomb in London.

Jennifer Aniston's recent surprise wedding was apparently officiated by a late-night talk show host.


--  Dealing with the Disease of Addiction? Click here for help --

More from NH1.com

NH1 News Debates
NH1 News Replay

NH1 on Twitter

NH1 SkyView Cameras

NH1 on Facebook

Check out NH1 News Rail Polls on LockerDome on LockerDome