Oct 13, 2015 5:45 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Stories that have us clicking on NH1.com
The search for a missing Manchester woman appears to be over, as the Attorney General's office says they found a body they believe to be that of Sue Hutchinson in her apartment on Sunday.
Investigators are gathering more information as they investigate the sex assault case of Donald Levesque, accused of having a relationship with a 14 year-old boy.
A Nashua mom is upset after her daughter's name turned up on a "death list" inspired by a Japanese comic book.
Despite Steven Tyler's request that Donald Trump not use Aerosmith's "Dream On" at campaign appearances, Trump tells NH1 that Tyler's still a good friend. Trump also predicts tonight's Democratic debate won't be as interesting as the recent GOP debates because he won't be there.
Governor Hassan says the state will review a the case of former Portsmouth Sergeant Aaron Goodwin, who a judge stripped of most of a $2 million inheritance from a woman's disputed will.
A New Hampshire Republican lawmaker is proposing legislation to ban "conversion" therapy-aimed at changing the sexual orientation of minors.
4 years after a sewer mishap in Hooksett, beaches along the Seacoast are still feeling their effects.
The fall foliage helped make the holiday traffic a little more bearable as Columbus Day weekend wrapped up.
A water main break in Salem caused some detours Monday morning.
Police say a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after colliding with a sport utility vehicle Sunday morning.
A hiker shut out of a ride on the Cog railway on Mount Washington was rescued Sunday night after getting hurt on the way down the mountain.
An apparent prank involving a textbook and a microwave led to a hazmat situation at UNH Sunday night.
Somebody's won a $1 million dollar lottery ticket, purchased at a convenience store in Londonderry.
Work is starting this week on the Fletcher's Paint Superfund site cleanup in Milford.
A new study says New Hampshire is 43rd in the nation when it comes to access to flouride in public drinking water.
Stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
The state's releasing its new jobs report today.
A meeting is scheduled this morning between parents and officials at Nashua High School North, in the wake of the "death list" that surfaced at the school recently.
A leader in the "Free The Nipple" movement, which calls for women to be able to expose their breasts without fear of retribution, will be in court today after being cited several weeks ago in Gilford.
Republican Presidential candidate and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush speaks today at 10am at St. Anselm's College in Manchester, where he's expected to outline a health care plan that's an alternative to Obamacare.
Another GOP Presidential candidate, Ohio Governor John Kasich, is touring the state on his bus
Two state Senators, Republicans David Boutin of Manchester, and Jeb Bradley of Wolfeboro, will announce at Manchester City Hall at 10:30am that they'll file a bill today that calls for the distributing of funds to establish new drug courts around the state, and continue funding existing ones.
Matthew Dion appears in court today. Dion's been indicted on charges he killed his parents in their Manchester home in March of 2014, then set it on fire and went on the run for 15 months.
The defense continues to present its case in the murder trial of Tristan Wolusky. Wolusky's accused in the stabbing death of Aaron Wilkinson in Madbury in June of 2014.
Derry voters will go to the polls today to decide on several budget items, after residents successfully forced a referendum vote.
The Democratic Presidential candidates debate tonight in Las Vegas, Nevada. It's their first debate of the primary season, and you'll hear it live on 99.1 NH1 News from 9-11pm.
A mess on I-93 this morning after a tractor-trailer crash in Derry.
A city alderman is calling for the formation of a committee to investigate conditions at a pair of Nashua motels, one of which was featured on a reality show for its poor conditions.
An online petition has been started against a New Hampshire City Council Candidate charged with animal cruelty.
Governor Maggie Hassan is asking the federal government to provide funding for the long-term monitoring and testing of those who were exposed to chemicals from the contaminated well at the former Pease Air Force base.
A new poll suggests more than half of Democrats across the U.S. want Vice President Joe Biden to challenge Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic Presidential nomination.
A bill proposed by Senator Jeanne Shaheen would make flying drones near federal disaster areas a crime.
The state has cancelled an upcoming trade mission to Columbia.
Newington's planning board has scheduled a meeting next week for its court-ordered review of the proposed expansion of Sea-3's propane storage facility.
Nashua city officials are expected to decide this week whether to keep the old letters on the newly restored millyard chimney.
Good news for Durham residents: for the first time in 7 years, their taxes are going down.
New Hampshire will receive $160,000 as part of a nationwide settlement against a pharmaceutical corporation accused of taking kickbacks from a drug manufacturer in order to promote their product.
A Nashua man is under arrest in connection with a bank robbery earlier this month.
Two motorcyclists have been charged with reckless driving after State Police clocked them at 118 mph in Ashland.
Inmates at the Strafford County House of Corrections are crying foul over the cost of their phone calls.
Portsmouth Police say they've yet to issue citations to Uber drivers who aren't in compliance with the city's new ordinance regulating the ride-sharing service.
Merrimack-based GT Advanced Technologies, in turmoil since a deal with Apple to provide sapphire glass for its mobile devices fell through, is selling off part of the business.
The New Hampshire tech industry is watching Dell's acquisition of EMC with great interest. Both have offices here in the Granite State.
Police in Texas continue to investigate a shooting after Sunday afternoon's Pats-Cowboys game outside of AT&T Stadium.
New Hampshire cracks the top ten in a new list of the wealthiest states in the US.
A dozen people turned out last night in support of Bruno the dog, shot and killed by its owner, and calling for a new law that would prevent pet owners from shooting their animals.
A federal grant from the Veterans' Administration will allow UNH to continue to provide adaptive sports and recreation therapy to veterans and current military personnel with disabilities.
After their merger, Portsmouth-based organizations A Safe Place and Sexual Assault Support Services will announce a new name at an event later this month.