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Dec 9, 2014 11:00 AM

All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014


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Winter storm watches and warnings are up throughout New Hampshire as a snow/rain mix moves into the area. Visit our Know Before You Go page for complete details on this latest winter storm.

Darriean Hess has until Friday to strike a plea deal in connection with a deadly crash that killed two bicyclists in Portsmouth last year.

Manchester Police are tackling the issue of gang violence head-on.

A doctor from New Hampshire that's been helping treat Ebola patients in Africa is returning home soon.

Events we're following today from the NH1 Media Center:

Top News from around New Hampshire

Utilities say they're ready for this latest round of icy weather.

Members of New Hampshire's congressional delegation say a new defense bill includes funding for Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and Pease Air National Guard Base.

An ex-police chief from Missouri, who's now helping Manchester's force with getting accreditation, is defending the actions of Ferguson police.

The uncle of a newlywed killed in an accident in Rollinsforld says Matthew Tsopas' 10-year sentence for his role in the accident was justified.

A East Rochester man convicted of choking a 4-year old is sentenced to 1 year in jail.

Concord's City Council has approved a 5-year tax break for the property known as the Vegas Block, under new ownership after residents were evicted after numerous safety violations this summer.

There's a dispute heating up over the design of a new fire station in Pelham.

The pilot of the plane that went down in Brookline last week has been identified.

Some equipment problems at the city of Nashua's wasterwater treatment facility.


Today's bad weather forced the cancellation of a GOP caucus meeting to elect a new leader.

The outgoing Department of Transportation Commissioner says lawmakers need to fix a deficit in the state's highway fund.

3 members of Manchester's school board Conduct Committee have resigned in protest over the re-admission of an allegedly violent student to the school system.

Concord's City Council has approved a 5-year tax break for the property known as the Vegas Block, under new ownership after residents were evicted after numerous safety violations this summer.

Residents are asking members of Dover's school board to resign over accusations of bullying another board member.

In an effort to boost test scores, Nashua schools may increase math instruction time.

Pembroke is addressing a pair of noise-related issues.

Citing a "difference of opinion", Londonderry's former finance director has resigned and now has the same job in Derry.

Just 1 year into the job, Deerfield's town administrator has resigned.


A former Henniker man admits to a decades-old sex assault-but not one he's charged with.

A judge has denied the request by the attorneys of the Sunapee man, charged in connection with the highway deaths of a Vermont couple, to question a police accident reconstruction specialist.

A Dover rape trial has been delayed while the judge considers allowing text messages related to the case as evidence.

Police say they've arrested a man who overdosed on heroin in Rochester.

Indictments are expected next week for 3 accused of a killing a Madbury teen.


A state trooper has been injured in an accident on the Spaulding Turnpike being blamed on the icy weather this morning.

Concord Police are investigating a weekend armed robbery at Dunkin' Donuts.

A Pelham man has been arrested on cocaine charges.

A warrant's been issued for a Rochester man who police say falsely reported his kidnapping, who failed to show in court.

A Farmington man's been indicted for allegedly selling heroin.

An electrical problem's being blamed for a fire at an apartment building in Wilton.

A Nashua man's theft arrest has a familiar ring to it.


Average gas prices have dropped another 5 cents in New Hampshire.


Everybody (including the Red Sox) is waiting on Jon Lester's decision at baseball's winter meetings.

The Packers beat the Falcons in Monday Night Football, 43-37.

Other News

New traffic signals at the intersection of a popular snowmobile trail and Route 125 in Eppiing are expected to help avoid accidents in that area.

A nonprofit is planning a shelter that's tailored for homeless families.

"Wreaths Across America" made a stop in Raymond Monday on its way to Arlington National Cemetery.

World and National News

A controversial report on CIA torture techniques is due later today.

6 people are dead after a private jet crashed into a home in Maryland.

The Defense Secretary is in Baghdad to discuss the campaign to defeat Islamic militants.

The federal government is rolling out new guidelines on profiling restrictions for federal law enforcement.

Investigators are looking into whether a huge fire in LA was a case of arson.

Federal autopsy results have been released in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

Honda is adding another 2.6 million vehicles to its recall.

President Obama tried his hand at comedy during an appearance on the Colbert Report.

Another Bill Cosby performance has been postponed, this time in Iowa.


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