CONCORD — Saying she is “ashamed and embarrassed” by her actions during a 2007 armed standoff with federal authorities, a 78-year-old Plainfield woman will ask a judge to release her from prison later this month.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Miguel Rodriguez stood in court to face aggravated kidnapping and other criminal charges on Thursday morning, hours after police chased him down on the Massachusetts Turnpike to rescue a terrified 11-year-old Charlotte Moccia.
KEENE — A Peterborough woman is facing two felony charges that she put sexual images of another woman online, according to court records.Keene police arrested Mariah E. LaBrie, 24, of Peterborough, on Monday after an arrest warrant was obtained in the case, charging her with two counts of di…
GREENBELT, Md., — Three suspected members of a neo-Nazi group appeared in a Maryland court on Thursday to face federal charges after the FBI arrested them for carrying an assault rifle and planning to incite violence at a gun-rights rally in Virginia.
NEW YORK — Four men and three women were chosen on Thursday as jurors in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein, as the judge cautioned against using the case to make a broader statement about the #MeToo movement.
PLAISTOW — A teacher’s future at Timberlane Regional High School is uncertain after he was convicted Tuesday of assaulting a female student when his forearm touched her shoulder during a 2018 incident over a lanyard he gave her.
CONCORD — A former House Republican leader and candidate for Congress said the New Hampshire news media should be liable for damages if they don’t update, retract or correct a story after written notification by an “injured person” who reports a change in the case.
CONCORD — Five Pakistani businessmen have been charged with running front companies that illegally obtained products for their country’s nuclear and missile programs from U.S. manufacturers, including three New Hampshire companies, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.
PORTSMOUTH — A Stratham man arrested last summer on charges he stole a historic copper turret cover that once sat on top of Thompson Hall at the University of New Hampshire and broke into storage units in Newfields was nabbed again Tuesday morning after another alleged theft from a Portsmout…
Paul Dimick, the Manchester murderer responsible for an hours-long Central High School lockdown in 2018, said Monday that his victim was like a brother to him and “I’ll love you every minute that I rot away.”
BRENTWOOD — A judge has denied a motion to impose suspended prison time for former Nottingham state representative Kyle Tasker, who pleaded guilty to trying to entice a 14-year-old girl for sex in 2016.
NORTH HAVERHILL — Following a closed-door hearing Tuesday, a judge ruled that the trial of Gage Young, the Lebanon man accused of randomly shooting a pedestrian in Hanover on Nov. 2, 2018, will be continued two months or more.
A former U.S. Army Special Forces soldier has pleaded guilty to conspiring with four others to steal $200,000 in government cash meant to fight terrorism in Afghanistan and now faces up to 15 years prison, federal prosecutors said.
LACONIA — A cocaine possession charge against New England Patriots football player Patrick Chung has been dropped as part of a settlement agreement that calls for Chung to remain on good behavior for two years and undergo periodic drug testing.