All Things New Hampshire: Wednesday, March 11, 2015
NH1's Jenna Abate investigates the state's Foster care system and how drugs can impact the entire family in her report "Lost Children".
The Nashua man charged in connection with a violent break-in attack in Hollis made his first court appearance Tuesday.
Here's a few results from Tuesday's Town Meeting Day votes.
A man wanted for a robbery at a Market Basket in Portsmouth has been arrested after robbing a bank in Nevada.
A hiker and snowmobiler were rescued in northern New Hampshire.
A Salem woman is facing charges after heroin and cocaine were found in her vehicle.
A woman was charged in Rochester after a heroin overdose.
New Hampshire colleges are touting their economic impact on the state.
A Massachusetts investment company has been charged with duping clients in NH.
A mystery man was arrested in Salem for trying to get a driver's license using a fake ID.
The 15th annual Blarney Breakfast was held in Manchester. One of the speakers at the event talked about his story of tragedy to triumph.
A little too much salt on your boots from the long winter? Try this home remedy to clean them up.
The owner of a inn near the Maine-NH border is holding an essay contest to determine the inn's next owner.
Today's NH1 Top 5: The top 5 breweries in New Hampshire.
Events we're following from the NH1 Media Center today
Texas Governor Rick Perry is scheduled to be back in New Hampshire today. He's speaking at Politics and Eggs Thursday morning.
There's a hearing in the case of Owen Labrie, the former St. Paul's student accused of sexually assaulting another student in the school. A prosecutor claims Labrie violated his probation.
A number of votes are scheduled in the state House of Representatives today. Among them-several bills related to the federal Common Core education standards. There's also a bill that would allow for government agencies to charge for public records.
Portsmouth's Mayor is expected to testify in favor of a bill that would allow hotels to charge a $1 tax.
Top News from around New Hampshire
Nathaniel Kibby's trial will be held in 1 courtroom.
Senator Kelly Ayotte was among those who signed a letter to Iran regarding a nuclear deal with the US.
Panhandling and Parking were the two issues discussed in Nashua as business owners met to review a survey about concerns downtown.
Should roadside projects for "low-risk" projects like utility repairs require police officers to be on site? Lawmakers are debating the issue.
The skier who died in a charity event at Wildcat mountain is being remembered.
A lot of town meeting decisions made on Tuesday-here's a town-by-town roundup.
The schedule for Jeb Bush's NH visit is coming into focus.
The days of two paydays for New Hampshire state workers will soon be coming to an end.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen is urging suspension of a VA policy forcing same-sex couples to pay back government for benefits.
Would-be NH Speaker of the House Bill O'Brien is getting ready to open a Republican Majority Office.
Republicans are hoping to restrict what can be bought with EBT cards.
Manchester educators are voicing concerns about ongoing problems with the system's grading software.
Storm cleanup is hitting the town of Hampton hard.
A new superintendent has been picked in Portsmouth.
A vet who stole a pair of police cars and damaged 4 during an armed standoff in South Hampton is free on supervised release after getting treatment.
A New Hampshire man has been sentenced for a break-in and shooting related to a heroin dispute in Vermont.
A Londonderry woman is expected to plead guilty to stealing money from a youth football association.
A man has pleaded guilty to stealing a hunter's tree stand in Newington.
A new so-called "drug court" is up and running.
A man suspected of robbing a Portsmouth Market Basket is under arrest-after reportedly robbing a bank in Nevada.
Rochester police are investigating a string of burglaries.
A search after a report of a snowmobile going through the ice at Lake Opechee found nothing, but responders aren't upset about it.
Public hearings are set in Windham and Pelham on expansion of power lines.
A Canadian company has bought a Claremont bacon maker.
The big news: Revis is a Jet, again.
Former Patriots running back Shane Vereen is headed to the New York Giants.
Honors last night for medal of honor winner Ryan Pitts.
Traffic alert: The open road toll lanes will be closed tonight in Hooksett.
Next week is the start of another sign-up period for those looking for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Dover's Hyder Family Hospice House will re-open after securing new funding.
Ground will soon be broken on a new community skating arena in Keene.
Maine & NH Scientists are teaming up for a study of moose.
Portsmouth has announced its plans for the Harborwalk Pier.
National and World News
11 people are missing after a military helicopter crash in Florida.
Hillary Clinton admits she should have used two different email accounts for personal and State Department business.
A woman is reportedly facing charges after getting naked on a dare at a Dunkin' Donuts in Florida.
The hit "Blurred Lines" means millions of dollars for the estate of Marvin Gaye in the wake of a major court ruling yesterday.