Jan 27, 2015 7:32 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
The Blizzard of 2015 is here. We hope you're riding it out safely. We've got you covered for the storm-NH1 is airing on WBIN-TV from 8 a.m. through 11 p.m. this evening.
We're also simulcasting our coverage on these radio stations:
106.3 Frank-FM Nashua
93.3 The Wolf Concord
99.1 Frank-FM Concord
105.5 WJYY Concord
95.3 & 107.1 The Wolf Concord
98.3 WLNH Laconia
1490 WEMJ Laconia
Clayton Stiver's got a complete look at what to expect from today's storm.
Visit our Know Before You Go page for the latest details on the storm.
Here's a roundup of how the weather's impacting things around the region.
Transportation's already been impacted by the winter weather.
We want to get your pictures and videos from the storm-here's details on what you can do.
Parking bans are in effect in several major communities.
NH's Court System will be closed Tuesday.
The weather's even impacted the 2016 Presidential race.
Other stories that have us clicking on nh1.com:
Paul Steinhauser's been busy-he's got updates on a weekend house party with Bernie Sanders, news on another Presidential hopeful making a trip to the Granite State, and a change of jobs for a key Chris Christie aide.
The woman who died during a hiking accident on Sunday in Mont Vernon has been identified.
The Pats got out of Boston before the storm hit, getting a sendoff from the city during a rally Monday morning.
If you think this storm is bad, check out photos from the 10 worst Northeast snowstorms of the last 60 years and decide for yourself.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
Well, there's this storm I've been hearing a lot about...
Top News from around New Hampshire
People are bracing for the storm around the state.
In Nashua, officials are saying "stay home".
Grocery stores were busy ahead of the bad weather.
Coastal residents are watching out for the potential for flooding from this storm.
A runaway horse was tracked down in Bow just as the storm was getting underway.
Darrien Hess was sentenced Monday for her role in the September 2013 accident that killed two bicyclists taking part in a road race on the seacoast.
A hearing has been set for Nathaniel Kibby, accused of kidnapping a Conway teen in October of 2013 and holding her for 9 months.
Testing at a well in Pease has revealed contaminants 10 times the EPA-accepted levels.
Two high-profile trials in the Boston area are on hold because of the snowy weather.
A government think tank told legislators Monday that the state is operating under false assumptions from outdated public policy.
Hancock's Police Chief remains on leave while he works towards recertification-he can't come back to work until that's done.
The state is pushing for the daughter of the Whitefield mother who disappeared with her 10 years ago in a custody dispute to testify in open court-the defense wants the testimony to be on videotape.
A bail hearing was held for the Henniker man shot by police during a stolen vehicle chase in the pre-Thanksgiving Day storm.
A Nashua martial arts instructor has been sentenced in a child sex assault case.
A mistrial's been declared in the case of an accused gang leader who had been charged with witness tampering.
A woman accused of embezzling money from a Pembroke youth football league has been sentenced to prison-on the weekends.
A court appearance for a Derry man accused of stealing from a pair of Shaw's Supermarkets in the Nashua area.
Two men have been indicted for their role in a string of burglaries along the Seacoast.
Goffstown police are asking for help to solve a stabbing case from last Friday night.
A Hollis woman has been charged in a pair of assaults-one of them her 74 year-old mother who was trying to pick her up from jail.
Police in Manchester are investigating a robbery at a flower shop-one suspect is in custody, but another is still on the run.
A Rochester man-already facing charges in the robbery of a Market Basket store-has been accused of posing as a bail commissioner.
A possible case of prostitution that led to indecent exposure charges in Manchester.
A Manchester Police officer is being hailed as a hero after discovering an unconscious man in a vehicle, possibly suffering from an overdose.
A pet dog was killed in a house fire in Somersworth Monday.
Police in Rollinsford are investigating a possible heroin-related death.
Backers of a proposed medical marijuana facility in Concord have withdrawn their application.
A proposed second parking garage in downtown Portsmouth could cost up to $20 million.
A skin care products firm in Gilsum is taking advantage of a new state law and has become a benefit corporation.
4 Weathervane restaurants, including one in Bedford, are closing, though several other New Hampshire locations will stay open.
Bill Belichick may be done talking about Deflategate, but Bob Kraft still had things to say Monday.
The quarantine at the state prison-put there last week as the flu virus was spreading-has now been lifted.
Who's happy to see the snow? Sled dog racers, for one thing.
More good snow-related news: all of the state's snowmobile trails are expected to be open by Wednesday.
National and World News
The owner of a drone that crashed on the White House lawn has contacted the Secret Service.
The effort to recover wreckage from a downed AirAsia plane has ended.
The CEO of the company that makes Barbie dolls is out, and there's uncertainty about the future.
Everybody relax: Facebook was down, but it's back now.
Sam Smith is giving songwriting credit to Tom Petty for his song "Stay With Me", which bore some similarities to the Petty classic "I Won't Back Down". (Though Smith says he wasn't familiar with Petty's song-really?)