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April 10. 2013 12:28PM

Triple H receives second-degree burns at Wrestlemania 29

Wrestling story lines and matches are scripted, but the injuries are very real. Nashua native Triple H suffered second-degree burns on his torso and arms after coming to the ring covered in dry ice at Wrestlemania 29.

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Cops: Salem man arrested in Mass. for streaming video from women's restroom to device

Arlington police are 
investigating whether a Salem, N.H., man accused of using a planted camera to watch unsuspecting women use the bathroom at a local cafe may have videotaped female patrons at other area restaurants.

Level 3 sex offender charged with kidnapping outside Woburn court

When the man and woman, who are New Hampshire residents, left the courthouse they discovered their car and daughter were both gone.

Phillips Exeter alum pleads guilty in killing of her alleged rapist

Born in Mexico, Esparza came to Santa Ana as a child and her life was forever changed when she obtained a scholarship to attend the elite Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire.

Gilmanton woman arrested after allegedly attacking, pointing gun at fiancé

On arrival, they learned of a physical altercation between Elizabeth Berry, 25, of the same address, and her 24-year-old fiancé. Police say the male party left the residence to call 911, after the altercation. Berry then retrieved a pistol from inside the home, went outside, and pointed the gun at him.

Plaistow police lieutenant investigated for traffic stop irregularities

PLAISTOW — The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office and Rockingham County attorney's office are investigating longtime police Lt. William Baldwin for 'irregularities' that occurred during two recent traffic stops, Town Manager Sean Fitzgerald said.

Eisenhower's Rolex on display in Manchester, expected to fetch $1M at auction

It was on display at Bellman's Jewelers in Manchester. It may be the first and last time it will be on public display before it's auctioned off this coming week.

Former captain of submarine destroyed at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard relieved of command

The reason cited is 'a loss of confidence in his ability to serve effectively as commanding officer.'

NH Fish and Game arrests ATV riders after getting stuck in wetlands

A Hudson man was arrested Friday evening in the North Country after he was found operating an off-highway recreational vehicle in a wetland, according to New Hampshire Fish and Game Conservation Officer Christopher Egan.

From TV to the big screen, 'The Leftovers' star Ann Dowd is everywhere

At some point midsummer, Twitter became an Ann Dowd fan club.

After 5-year suspension for sex with patient, Gilford psychiatrist may reapply for medical license

Bahder voluntarily surrendered his license in February 2009 after he engaged in sexual activity with a female patient following her treatment for cocaine dependency while she was incarcerated at the Belknap County House of Correction.

Manchester man dies in accident early Friday in Moira, NY

The vehicle hit a guide rail, became airborne over the river and struck several large rocks before coming to rest on the east bank.

Spectacular images of Northern Lights from perchatop Mount Washington

The Northern Lights Shined on New England in Incredible Color Last Night

Two arrested for operating alleged meth lab in Berlin

The N.H. Attorney General's Drug Task Force said Linda Greenlay, 43, and Anthony Elwell, 40, have each been charged with one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of manufacture of methamphetamine.

Should violent students be required to wear electric shock devices? Some of parents say yes as FDA considers ban

Andrew Goldberg spent years at a New Hampshire facility, where his mother says he bit, hit and kicked staff members. When restraints did not work, workers tried medications to calm him.

Competitive pricing, liquor contracts target revenue lost to New Hampshire, but is Maine doing enough?

LEWISTON — A state effort to recapture revenue Maine loses in alcohol sales to New Hampshire by lowering prices is underway, but some state officials and others worry the effort isn't being implemented as aggressively as first intended. And that Maine may never get the revenue first projected.

Man found unconscious at Winchester Speedpark Saturday

Winchester Sgt. Mike Tollett said he didn’t know if the man had crashed a motorcycle, and didn’t know the extent of his injuries. There was a race listed today on the park’s website. No one from the park was available for comment Saturday night.

Why sapphire screens in the iPhone 6 were a pipedream

Hindsight is always 20/20 when it comes to new products, especially those as influential as Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL ) .

Lebanon man killed in Lexington, Mass. crash that snarled Route 128 traffic

Police identified the driver in the Saturday accident as 40-year-old Charles Vancor of Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Dartmouth College theme housing includes Harry Potter

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — From Harry Potter to the 'Herbifloor,' campus housing is becoming increasingly specialized at Dartmouth College.

Wearable devices can be used by employers to track worker health and safety

A Pittsfield, New Hampshire company also makes a belt, with a unit the size of a deck of cards to provide location data in GPS-denied areas, a firefighter can wear around the waist.

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