- State police to discuss Fourth of July traffic Updated: Jun-30-15 3:34 am
DOVER, New Hampshire - State police from New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine are going to be talking about traffic operations for the July 4th holiday weekend.
- GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte to kick off re-election campaign Updated: Jun-28-15 11:14 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte is officially kicking off her re-election campaign this week.
- Hassan: Proud that state helped pave way to 'historic day' Updated: Jun-26-15 1:59 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The governor of New Hampshire - which recognized civil unions in 2008 and legalized gay marriage two years later - is celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling as an affirmation of the nation's founding principle that "all individuals are created equal."
- NH Supreme Court rules in favor of 3 police officers' appeal Updated: Jun-25-15 2:52 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled in favor of three Manchester police officers who want their names removed from the county attorney's confidential list of officers who might have credibility issues.
- The Latest: Budget, short-term spending plan head to Hassan Updated: Jun-24-15 3:26 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The latest as legislators vote on the Republican-backed state budget:
- Police: Man escapes in Vermont, is captured in New Hampshire Updated: Jun-23-15 10:34 pm
CLAREMONT, New Hampshire - A man police say escaped from custody in Windsor, Vermont, has been captured in nearby Claremont, New Hampshire.
- Names of police officers released who mistakenly passed exam Updated: Jun-23-15 5:13 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Attorney General's office is releasing the names of dozens of police officers who were mistakenly told they had passed an assessment to administer a device that tests a person's blood-alcohol content.
- Some DUI convictions in New Hampshire may be jeopardized Updated: Jun-22-15 8:08 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire attorney general's office has notified criminal defense lawyers in the state that certain drunken driving convictions, possibly dozens, have been jeopardized because of an invalid exam given to officers who administered breath tests in those cases.
- Lawmakers debate tax changes, welfare restrictions and more Updated: Jun-19-15 4:22 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - While many political observers focused on the budget this week, lawmakers also looked for compromise on legislation related to tax code changes, fetal homicide laws and how welfare benefits can be used.
- Ex-gunpowder plant owner's lawyer wants conviction tossed Updated: Jun-18-15 4:17 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The onetime owner of a gunpowder plant, imprisoned over a deadly 2010 explosion, should have his manslaughter conviction overturned because there were many potential causes for the blast, his lawyer argued Thursday.
- Republicans say budget won't change much despite veto threat Updated: Jun-18-15 1:29 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Republican budget writers said Thursday they do not plan to back off business tax cuts or to make other significant changes to their proposed $11.3 billion state budget despite Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan's vow to veto it as written.
- Christie returning to New Hampshire for another town hall Updated: Jun-18-15 11:02 am
HAMPTON, New Hampshire - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is returning to the state that seems to be becoming his second home.
- NH state troopers: State should pay for dry cleaning costs Updated: Jun-15-15 6:28 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Some New Hampshire state troopers are complaining about an order stating the state will not cover dry cleaning costs to shirts and blouses if the shirts can be laundered.
- Arguments slated in gunpowder plant explosion case Updated: Jun-14-15 3:17 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - New Hampshire's Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in the appeal of a Vermont man convicted of negligent homicide in the 2010 gunpowder plant explosion in Colebrook that killed two workers.
- Lawmakers, ACLU protest 30-day residency voting requirement Updated: Jun-11-15 2:29 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Gov. Maggie Hassan is likely to veto legislation that would require people to live in New Hampshire for 30 days before they can vote in the state.
- New Hampshire lawmakers vote to allow baby on beer label Updated: Jun-11-15 12:42 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire House is pushing back on Gov. Maggie Hassan's veto of a bill related to depicting minors on alcohol advertisements.
- Split ruling on New Hampshire parking meter 'Robin Hoods' Updated: Jun-09-15 2:14 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The conduct of a band of self-styled "Robin Hoods" who feed about-to-expire meters while following parking enforcement officers is protected under the First Amendment, though the city of Keene has a right to pursue an injunction against them in the interests of public safety, New Hampshire's highest court ruled Tuesday.
- Representatives, senators begin negotiations on key bills Updated: Jun-08-15 4:02 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The month of June is all about compromise in the New Hampshire Legislature, as House and Senate lawmakers come together to work out their differences on key pieces of legislation.
- Senate rejects plan to decriminalize small amounts of pot Updated: Jun-05-15 10:41 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The yearslong effort to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana will likely have to wait another year.
- New Hampshire Senate passes $11.3 billion budget Updated: Jun-04-15 8:26 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - New Hampshire senators voted along party lines to pass an $11.3 billion state budget Thursday, with Democrats failing at every turn to change the two-year spending plan.
- White House asks New Hampshire 4th-graders to name its hawk Updated: Jun-03-15 7:31 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Some New Hampshire fourth-graders whose effort to name the red-tailed hawk the official state raptor was defeated at the statehouse are aiming a little higher: the White House.
- House passes bill expanding voter residency requirements Updated: Jun-03-15 5:30 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire House passed a bill Wednesday that requires people to live in the state for 30 days before they are eligible to vote. It passed largely with support from Republicans.