Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern to run for New Hampshire governor.

Colin Van Ostern is scheduled to announce his bid for Governor in 2016 at a at a meeting of business and education leaders on Thursday.


Transgender woman drops suit claiming jail assault.

Aja Kennedy has dropped a federal lawsuit against the Rockingham County claiming she suffered injuries after being classified as a man while an inmate.


Cops: Dog kicked to death for relieving itself on man’s lawn.

Police say 55-year-old Toby Tousley is facing animal cruelty charges after police say he kicked his neighbor's 17-year-old dog to death after it tried to relieve itself on his lawn.


NH attorney general offers guidance after data breach.

After reports that 21,000 T-Mobile customers in New Hampshire may have had their personal data exposed in the recent breach at the Experian credit reporting agency. The Attorney General's office is offering advice in how people can protect themselves.


Police investigate crash in Gilsum.

State Police are investigating an accident that occurred Friday night which resulted in one person being arrested and another being transported to Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon.


New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan to run for US Senate.

In an online video released Monday Governor Hassan announced she's going to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte.


Court upholds $236M verdict in Exxon Mobil pollution case.

The State's highest court has ruled that a record $236 million judgment stands against Exxon Mobil in a groundwater contamination case.


Trump’s visit to Keene draws a crowd of over 3,500.

3,564 people packed Keene High school Wednesday night to hear Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump.


Police investigate Bomb threats.

Keene Police are presently investigating the a pair of phoned in threats made Tuesday afternoon.


Supporters of Planned Parenthood to gather at State House.

Patients and supporters of plan to gather at the New Hampshire State House as part of a national show of support for its services as members of Congress fight over its funding.


School tuition plan continues, AG says it’s contrary to law.

Croydon's School and Select Boards are preparing for a possible confrontation with the Attorney General's office over their decision to continue using tax money to pay for some students' tuition at private schools.


Energy Department wants more time to review Northern Pass.

Energy Department officials says they want to conduct a more thorough review of the latest proposed route for the Northern Pass and plans to supplement its draft Environmental Impact Statement, and extend the public comment period to Dec. 31.


Trump schedules stop in Keene.

Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump will make an apperance in Keene on September 30th.


Business group starts campaign to lower electricity costs.

The "EnergizeNH" campaign will focus attention on lowering electricity costs in the state.


New Hampshire gets nearly $700K in Labor Department grants.

The state is set to receive nearly $700,000 in federal grants to enhance unemployment insurance programs and reduce the misclassification of employees as independent contractors.


New Hampshire hosts discussion of ‘moneyball’ strategies.

UNH's Carsey School of Public Policy is hosting a discussion on using so-called Moneyball strategies in the social sector.


Expansion of drug treatment center planned.

As the battle against drugs in the Granite state rages on, a center in Franklin is working on expanding a center which would create as many beds as possible for people struggling with substance abuse issues.


A kinder, gentler Trump emerges – briefly – from GOP debate.

On Thursday Republican Presidential front runner Donald Trump addressed a crowd in Rochester and offered his thoughts regarding Wednesday's CNN Republican debate.


Secretary of State’s office appeals ballot photo decision.

The New Hampshire Secretary of State's office has appealed a federal judge's decision to overturn a state law that bans posting ballot photos to social media.


Vermont governor to campaign with Clinton.

On Thursday Gov. Peter Shumlin will hit the campaign trail in New Hampshire with Hillary Clinton.

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