Sep 9, 2015 5:25 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Tuesday, September 9, 2015
The community is reaching out to the family of a man who died in a fire early Monday morning in Bedford.
As expected, Labor Day holiday weekend travel on New Hampshire highways was up from last year.
Republican Presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich says he's holding off on firing back against attacks by other candidates. On a lighter note, NH1's Celine McArthur got to know the candidate a little better by asking him questions you'd typically ask someone on a "first date".
Prep schools around the state are tackling the issue of sexual violence in the wake of the rape trial involving St. Paul's prep school student Owen Labrie.
Jury selection drags on in the murder trial of Tristan Wolusky, one of three men accused in the death of a Madbury teen in June of 2014.
Another case of "Busted Bridges" in New Hampshire, as a bridge on Bean Road in Merrimack was closed with little notice to the public.
Youth substance abuse prevention programs in the state are receiving $1.25 million in federal funding.
3 nursing school students at Colby-Sawyer College are suing the school, claiming they were failed out of a course that was overbooked simply to "thin the herd".
Manchester Police are investigating after a security guard says he was held at knifepoint outside the manufacturing company he was working at.
A Portsmouth man was pulled over for speeding and found himself under arrest after police say they found drugs and a gun in the car.
Marine Patrol officials are investigating a drowning at Echo Lake in Conway over the weekend.
An Atkinson motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after hitting a pickup truck at an intersection in Salem.
No injuries were reported in a 2-car rollover accident in Manchester.
For the 2nd time in 2 years, an experienced hiker had to be rescued from the New Hampshire segment of the Appalachian Trail.
A bear hunter was injured after flipping his ATV while carrying the body of a bear Monday night on Ossipee Mountain.
A sobriety checkpoint is taking place in Hollis sometime this week.
State Environmental officials are beginning the process of drawing down state ponds and lakes.
Gas prices continue to tumble in New Hampshire.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center
An important day for those exposed to contaminated well water at the former Pease Air Force Base, as blood test results are expected to be released today.
Manchester police say they're reviewing video and following up on leads as they continue to investigate the shooting death of Denise Robert in the city's north end.
A former Mayor will face off against the former head of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce this November to determine the next Mayor for the Gate City.
One of the passengers in a classic car that flipped in Bedford over the weekend, killing a former state representative, says that the group had "a couple of beers" before the accident.
Danville's Animal Control officer, who's been fighting for years to get back on the job after her position was eliminated, has finally reached a settlement with the town and is back to work.
A North Country organization is returning money donated by a group backed by Eversource, saying they won't be "bought off" as part of the effort to get the Northern Pass transmission line project approved.