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NH's new texting law is needlessly broad and should be revised in the next session.
Kudos to the Seabrook Police Department for dealing properly with abusive officers.
The Constitution is functioning, which upsets Obamacare supporters.
I want the police to be better armed than the bad guys, but what exactly does that mean today?
Was Abby Hernandez just a runaway?
Obamacare proponents are angry at a court for making the Obama administration stick to the law, which says so much.
The public needs to know fact from fiction when thinking about genetically modified foods.
Changing the way we think about treating the mentally ill.
How to handle an encounter with a black bear.
Democratic politicians are lying about the Hobby Lobby's ruling, scaremongering and trying to whip up a war over reproductive rights before the fall election.

BAE worker suffers electrical shock, injuries not life-threatening


An 18-year-old employee at BAE Systems received an electric shock at work on Tuesday, according to a city fire official.

Man shot in the chest in Rochester, shooter remains at large


ROCHESTER – As man was airlifted after being shot in the chest, police continue to look for another man involved in the shooting that took place along Lafayette Street Tuesday morning.

Alderman seeks to halt accidents, install traffic signals at busy Manchester intersection


A city alderman wants traffic signals to be installed at a Goffstown Road intersection that was the site of a motorcycle accident earlier this month that claimed two lives.

A pedestrian crosses Elm Street in a heavy downpour Monday morning in Manchester.

Severe weather strikes across Granite State


Severe thunderstorms swept across New Hampshire on Monday, hitting the Granite State with heavy rain, large hail and strong winds.

Tubers lose contact with group, spend night in wooded area


Two New Hampshire men, who planned a lazy Saturday tubing along the Saco River, spent Saturday night in the woods when they mistakenly ended up on the Swift River in Albany.

A man walks amid cleanup crews on Vinal Street in Revere, Mass., on Monday after a rare tornado touched down.

Rare tornado touches down in Revere, Mass., no deaths reported


Police and emergency crews in the city of Revere, Mass., outside Boston scrambled to clean up after a rare tornado touched down on Monday, downing power lines, damaging homes and overturning at least...

Abby says it's incredible to be home; mom tells TODAY daughter did not run away


Zenya Hernandez, in an appearance on the nationally telecast TODAY show, said she is determined to find out who was responsible for taking her 15-year-old daughter.

Pembroke man charged with reckless driving after police clock motorcyclists at 120 mph


A Pembroke man is charged with reckless driving and hindering apprehension after New Hampshire State Police chased a group of motorcycles clocked at going more than 120 mph on Saturday night.

A long-time mainstay of North Country dining, Howards's Restaurant, which closed last fall after its owner died, is also crumbling into the Mohawk River, which damaged its foundation during storms this past spring. Concerned about potential downstream damage to a bridge over NH Route 3 as well as to the downtown, town officials are looking to stabilize the foundation, which could entail tearing the eatery down.

Restaurant foundation destabilized by high water raises Route 3 Bridge, downtown Colebrook flooding concerns


Concerned about potential downstream damage to a bridge over New Hampshire Route 3 as well as to area businesses, town officials are looking to stabilize the foundation of a popular eatery that was...

Five hikers rescued in separate incidents Saturday


Five hikers were rescued in three separate incidents on Saturday, according to a release from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.

Rochester police warn residents about rash of vehicle break-ins


Following an increase in thefts from vehicles, including an attempted crime early Saturday morning, police encourage residents to remain wary.

Dozens of ill Keith Urban fans treated at concert near Boston


Forty-six music fans were treated for mostly alcohol-related medical problems at Australian country singer Keith Urban's concert outside Boston on Saturday night, local officials said.

5 Powerboat hits canoe on Winnipesaukee

1 Pembroke man arrested after police clock group of motorcycles topping 120 mph in Manchester

1 Police search for driver 
in Hollis hit-and-run

1 Brothers escape being hit by circling boat

1 Police search for driver in Hollis hit-and-run

0 Truck flips on I-93 at Exit 4 on-ramp in Londonderry

0 Canoe, powerboat collide on Lake Winnipesaukee

17 Mother says Abigail in 'deteriorated' health

0 Salem family ldisplaced by house fire

15 Investigators release sketch of man who may have driven Abigail away

0 Rochester police charge inmate with additional crimes in gas station robbery

0 State verifying Keene addresses for emergency services maps

0 Gilsum man, injured while logging, flown to DHMC

0 Package found at Manchester federal building was harmless

0 Tractor-trailer carrying glass rolls over at I-93-Route 101 interchange in Manchester

0 New Ipswich man dies in motorcycle, truck collision

0 Contact lost with Air Algerie plane carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso

14 Supporters ask for patience in Abby Hernandez case while authorities sort it all out

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Portsmouth police OK probe of $2.7M bequest to officer in disputed will

0 Barefoot and drunk NH woman crashes into parked car injuring sister's pit bull

0 Pelham officer Goulden chosen to be next police chief in Shirley, Mass.

0 Washington, D.C. files court motion to continue violating 2nd Amendment

0 Concord Monitor: The missing elements of excellence at St. Paul's School

0 Ex-Webster, NH fire chief gets jail time for ladies room photos

0 More questions arise in battle over will leaving $2.7M to police officer

1 Refugee officials cancel meeting with Dover City Council

0 Congolese refugees to resettle in region: Mayor says cities have no say in the matter

0 Judge strikes down DC ban on handguns outside home in suit brought by NH man

0 Man, 20, pulled from Water Country wave pool in critical condition

0 Canterbury: Was loggerís death a homicide?

0 NH schools weigh cellphone search ruling

0 Two local 'float tubers' spend tough night in the woods

0 Merrimack seismograph registers high on the interest scale

0 Rod Doherty: 'Why didn't they back off?'

0 Valley News: Sanctuary for immigrants in Vt. and NH

0 Selectmen lower speed limit 5 mph on Windham road over police objections

0 Lawyer blasts city for 'no position' in cop's $2.7M inheritance from elderly woman with dementia

0 Lowell police sgt. files suit against fellow officer to bar his promotion for living in NH

0 Seabrook officers fired for brutality seeking reinstatement

0 Cheshire County Attorney's Office suspends probe of 2013 fatal crash in Jaffrey

0 Hinsdale police chief seeks to calm concerns about alleged peeping Tom

0 Pizzeria owner blasts Ďabsentí Somersworth councilors after attack on deliveryman

0 Belmont officials won't abide a gray fire vehicle, even a new one

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