Authorities believe a whopping 80 pounds of Tannerite were detonated for a gender reveal party in a Kingston quarry that resulted in a massive blast that rattled nerves and homes more than 20 miles away.
LACONIA — No one was injured, said Fire Chief Kirk Beattie, but six adults, three children, several cats and dogs, and a snake were displaced Thursday by a cooking fire in the Lakeport section of the city.
Hours after a jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murder on Tuesday, the Facebook page for the Fall River, Mass., Police Department shared a post suggesting George Floyd was to blame for his own death.
Minutes before Elizabeth Croke died in a head-on collision with a Honda pickup on the Everett Turnpike in Merrimack last week, the pickup was seen making a U-turn and heading north in the southbound lane.
An explosion that rattled homes within a 20-mile radius Tuesday night is being blamed on a gender reveal celebration at a Kingston quarry that police say involved more than a pound of tannerite and blue chalk.
Moments before an April 15 head-on collision on the F. E. Everett Turnpike that killed both drivers, a witness called 911 to report a vehicle had made a U-turn on the highway and was driving in the wrong direction, state police reported Wednesday.
The Manchester woman who died in an early-morning fire was a heavy smoker who had suffered serious burns in the past when her cigarette ignited her oxygen supply, a grief-stricken neighbor said Monday.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — When Ryan Driscoll, Justin Guarino and Nick Aiello-Popeo woke up in their tents on Easter morning, they were tumbling uncontrollably down a slope in the Neacola Mountains of the Aleutian Range in Southwest Alaska.
MOSCOW — Allies of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny unveiled plans on Sunday for what they hope will be the largest protests in modern Russian history on Wednesday as Washington warned Russia it would pay a price if he died in jail from his hunger-strike.
MINNEAPOLIS — Night after night, tear gas has hung like a cloud over the Sterling Square Apartments, just across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department, seeping through the walls and air vents like an invisible predator.
Minnesota police on Saturday promised not to detain, threaten or rough up journalists covering protests over the police shooting of Daunte Wright, after officers detained and pepper-sprayed journalists on Friday night and forced some to lie face-down.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden faced increased pressure on Friday to stem gun violence amid a rash of mass shootings across the United States, but he faces an uphill battle to significantly change the country’s permissive firearms laws.