Dec 15, 2015 5:15 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Newly obtained police documents show that Eve Tarmey's father asked for a welfare check on his daughter back in 2012. The Spaulding High student was found dead of a drug overdose in a Rochester hotel back in October.
A second man arrested in connection with a shooting on Granite Street in Manchester last month appeared in court.
A missing Nashua teen last seen Friday has been found safe in another community.
4 people are facing charges in connection with an investigation into heroin dealing in the Keene area.
A woman from Massachusetts is facing charges after a 5-car crash on the Everett Turnpike Sunday night.
Manchester Police say a woman is facing DUI and drug charges after hitting a parked car with her vehicle Friday night-and an 11-year old in the car with her.
A 60-bed shelter will open in Concord this winter.
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, campaigning in New Hampshire Monday, spoke one-on-one with NH1 News and said he'd go farther on the issue of climate change.
A man killed in a rollover crash on Route 101 in Exeter had a past history of impersonating a police officer.
Police in Manchester have linked a man arrested for shoplifting to an armed robbery of a credit union.
The search for a possibly missing paddleboarder off the coast of Rye was suspended after rescuers found no evidence of anything amiss.
A Salem man is facing charges he set fire to his mother's front porch after an argument.
Cuteness alert: preschool students singing about their belly buttons are part of an effort by the Governor to shine the spotlight on early education.
The Bedford Jaguar Adaptive Cheer Program competed against four other adaptive teams from across the country in Disney World this past weekend, with the Division 10 girls winning the National Champion trophy and banner.
A miniature horse shot in the leg in Massachusetts is now recovering a a Rochester veterinary clinic.
Gasbuddy.com says the average price of a gallon of regular gas in New Hampshire has dropped 3 cents in the past week.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center
The Republican Presidential candidates debate tonight in Las Vegas. Live coverage on 99.1 NH1 News begins tonight at 6pm with the undercard debate, followed by the main debate at 9pm.
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders continues a 2-day campaign visit to New Hampshire, making stops in Dover and Rochester.
Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is in Concord this morning and Dover this afternoon in an effort to draw attention to her push for tighter gun control laws. Gifford, you may recall, was critically wounded after a shooting in her home state of Arizona several years ago.
A hearing on the possible revocation of Kevin Paul's parole is being held this morning. Paul, who was an accomplice of the man who sot and killed an Epsom Police officer in 1997, was paroled this year but is now accused of working with a burglary ring.
The state's legislative substance abuse task force meets today and plans to identify to decide which bills targeting the state's drug epidemic should be fast-tracked when the legislature reconvenes in January.
A Derry man who pleaded guilty to charges connected with a May accident that killed a motorcyclist and seriously injured his daughter was sentenced to up to 20 years in prison on Monday.
A Manchester Alderman who voted in favor of a new contract with teachers says the fact her adult child is a city school teacher had nothing to do with her decision.
Convicted killer Tristan Wolusky is asking a judge to set aside his verdict, claiming the state used failed polygraph tests to cut deals with key witnesses who testified against him. Also on Monday, a woman who prosecutors say conspired with Wolusky to convince one of those witnesses not to testify against him pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
A new policy is being put into place targeting drivers of oversized loads that's the direct result of a freak highway accident in 2013 that killed a woman from Concord.
The company that hosts the website for the New England Police Benevolent Association is pulling the plug on the site after the organization endorsed Donald Trump.
A state Senator is submitting a bill that would require school districts in New Hampshire to put students in grades K-12 through annual drug and alcohol education classes.
The state Department of Education has released the first results of a pilot program intended to cut back on the number of standardized tests students need to take, and the results show students aren't making the grade.
Manchester's school board has tabled a debate over the use of audio and video recordings in classrooms.
The Concord City Council has approved $30,000 for funding for a 60-bed homeless shelter at St. Peter's Church.
Dover is suing the state looking to get educational funding it says it's entitled to under a formula that contradicts a state statute that the Attorney General's office admits is unconstitutional.
The Dover School District has presented a $58 million budget for the coming year.
A longtime Dover school board member-known for speaking her mind-was honored Monday as she prepares to step down.
Durham's Town Council has passed a $14.1 million budget.
There's concerns in Rye about a proposed zoning amendment that some feature could put some rental properties out of business.
Nashua city officials have revamped the city's website.
A man convicted of murder in Nashua in 1993 who called into question one of the witnesses in his case has been denied a new trial by a judge.
An Eliot, Maine man has been indicted on charges he sexually assaulted a boy in a shower stall at Rye Beach.
A Seabrook man has been indicted on charges of selling fentanyl.
A woman who state officials say practiced veterinary medicine without a license has been fined and is being ordered to stop her practice.
Concord High will hold classes today, saying a bomb threat found on a bathroom wall yesterday isn't credible.
A Manchester man is being held on $50,000 bail in connection with a stabbing incident in Veterans Park last month.
Police in Dover have arrested a man in connection with a shooting incident last Saturday.
An open fire pit on a deck is being blamed for a 2-alarm fire that destroyed a home in Hampstead Sunday night.
A Massachusetts woman can't seem to stay out of trouble in Merrimack after being arrested there twice in two days.
More trouble for a woman convicted of burglarizing a business in Stratham back in 2013 after police say she tried to return items to a Home Depot in Manchester that she hadn't actually bought.
Good news for Eversource customers-energy rates for the coming year are even cheaper than they first predicted.
Tom Brady is staying out of the endorsement game, despite saying he's friendly with Donald Trump.
A beloved coach in Epping-who died earlier this year while waiting for a heart transplant-will have the high school gym named in his honor in a ceremony this Friday.
Community members continue to raise money for employees of the Portsmouth Gas Light Co. Restaurant who lost their jobs after a fire last week.
A Manchester West High School student was honored by the city of Manchester last night for his help talking a suicidal man out of jumping off a bridge into the Merrimack River.
A day care at the former Pease Air Force base says water filters have virtually eliminated any concerns about contaminated water there.
New Hampshire's role in Presidential primary history is the subject of an exhibit by the Manchester Historic Association.