Dec 9, 2014 9:30 AM
All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014
It's been a somber few days here at NH1 News. The producer of our 10pm news on WBIN-TV, Ed Horan, passed away unexpectedly over the weekend. Ed was just 24 years old and had been with our team for a little over 2 months after graduating from Lyndon State College last December.
Ed and I worked largely opposite schedules, so I didn't get to know him as well as others did in our newsroom-but all who came in contact with him here have said the same thing: Ed was one of nicest, most upbeat people they've ever met. I'm sure wherever he is now, they're saying the same thing about him. My best wishes go out to Ed's family, and his friends, during this difficult time.
Here's stories that have us clicking on NH1.com this morning
The trial is underway for a pair of Farmington police officers charged with assault.
Men charged with rioting near Pumpkinfest in Keene appeared in court Tuesday, and most pled guilty.
Candia police are looking for information about an emaciated dog found on the side of the road.
The storm delayed a meeting by GOP state representatives to elect a caucus leader. Many Republicans are upset over the surprise victory for Shawn Jasper in last week's Speaker of the House vote.
New Hampshire's GOP Chair is backing the RNC Chairman, Reince Preibus, in his bid for another term.
A State Police Trooper was injured in an early-morning accident Tuesday in Newington.
Here's some stories we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
James Whinnem, who's charged with robbing a TD Bank in Dover last month, will be in court today for a probable cause hearing.
The trial of two Farmington Police officers accused of assault (referenced above) continues.
A report that examines the operations of The Lakeview Neurorehabilitation Center could be made public today. An report from a nonprofit back in December crticized the Center for what it called a pattern of abuse.
Top News from around New Hampshire
While Senator Ayotte says torture is unacceptable, she's questioning the timing of a report on CIA interrogation techniques.
Timberlane school officials are warning parents of an app that's reportedly played a role in cyberbullying incidents around the nation.
Troubling statistics about high school substance abuse from a Greater Nashua Community Health Assessment.
The man accused of strangling a dog in Portsmouth made a brief court appearance Tuesday, He apparently needs a new place to live.
A 40-year old woman has been ordered by a judge to stay away from a 10-year old boy in Keene.
The state's fiscal outlook has been revised to "stable".
Dover's City Council is considering a proposal intended to help jumpstart waterfront development along the Cocheco River.
If you live in Wilton, you may soon be able to pay your tax, water, and other bills by credit card.
There's a new candidate for Vice Chairman of the GOP in New Hampshire.
The state's insurance department is conducting a review of how adequate state health care networks are for their patients.
A court date has been set for a Dover man accused of sexually assaulting a teen.
Another trial is underway for a former martial arts teacher accused of sexual assault.
The Chief in Bedford is blaming a 'filing mistake' for the omission of the drunk-driving arrest of a now-former state trooper from police logs posted online.
Police say that thanks to the public's help they've identified a shoplifter who took items from a Wal-Mart in Rochester last month.
A Maine fugitive was arrested in Campton Monday.
Two people were hurt in a crash in Rindge Monday night.
3 generations of a family are out of a home after a fire in New Hampton Monday.
Police say a jeep stolen in Lebanon crashed in Vermont and then the driver fled the scene.
Could an undersea transmission line be the answer to New Hampshire's energy crunch?
There's a new effort to build a wind farm in Antrim.
A Franklin businessman plans to apply for a medical marijuana license.
A medical facility along the Seacoast is without Fairpoint service, possibly through the weekend.
Country star LeAnn Rimes paid a visit to a fire station just before her show in Rochester last night.
Therapy dogs are paying a visit to Rivier University students ahead of finals.
A Windham music teacher is up for a Grammy award.
Here's a primer on the CIA torture report.
An economist who recently called voters "stupid" made some apologies before a Congressional committee Tuesday.
The Nobel Peace prize award was announced today.
Time's Person of the Year is....not just one person.
An NFL quarterback is recovering after a serious accident yesterday.
Former Pats backup Brian Hoyer's lost his job in Cleveland to "Johnny Football".
The man who played "Pugsley" on the Addams Family has died.
Parents of victims in the Newtown school shooting may be filing a lawsuit.