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According to state police, the majority of crashes and vehicles off the road on Sunday morning were on Interstate 93 between the Hooksett tolls and Exit 17. The crashes caused several lane closures as the vehicles were removed.

Christmas week looks wet and stormy

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Christmas week looks more wet than white this year, with forecasters calling for heavy rains to soak the region Christmas Eve...

Manchester fire officials estimate this 65 Log. St. apartment complex suffered $750,000 in damage on Sunday.

All safe following early-morning Manchester blaze on West Side

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District Fire Chief Mike Gamache said all residents made it out of a three-alarm blaze at a 36-unit West Side apartment complex...

From left, nurse Lisa Nelson and Mary Scott, nursing director, prepare a trauma room at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center's emergency department.

Nashua trauma program crosses state border for partnership

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Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital are partnering to elevate the way trauma care is...

Rioters in Keene jump on Tyler Bagdonas' car on Saturday. The photo was posted on gofundme.com as part of an appeal for financial help for Bagdonas, who says his insurance company won't cover the damage.

Keene bills Pumpkin Festival $90K for services during riot

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In recent years the total overtime costs for police, firefighters and department of public works staff have ranged from $76,246...

Rescue crews at the scene of a fatal single-car accident late Saturday night.

Ossipee woman killed in late-night Moultonborough crash

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A driver was killed in a one-vehicle accident after her car rolled over into a small water bog late Saturday night.

Nathaniel Kibby sits in Ossipee District Court during a hearing on Aug. 6. Kibby is facing more than 200 charges related to the disappearance of a 14-year-old North Conway girl in October 2013.

Family of abduction survivor Elizabeth Smart offers hope in wake of Conway teen's ordeal

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"One of the most important things to me at this point is the survivor - giving them space and room," Elizabeth Smart's father...

State seeks to address handling of campus assaults

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Prosecutors from across the state will sit down with college experts, law enforcement officers and victim advocates in March to...

Tugboats, a salt pile and scrap metal shape the working waterfront in Portsmouth - for now.

Port of New Hampshire's future uncertain as industry, scenery clash

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While tugboats provide a postcard backdrop for tourists, a working waterfront where heavy industry prevails despite the...

Sony just a beginning? Cyber security a fear in NH too

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We check with staff at NH Dept. of IT to see how well state systems are protected against hackers, and try to reach security...

Update: Londonderry search of shooting victim's home has concluded

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LONDONDERRY - State and local police have wrapped up their investigations at the home of a Londonderry woman injured during a...

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Bail set at $20,000 for escapee captured after DWI wreck of stolen car

ROCHESTER- Jason Chapman faces numerous charges for allegedly escaping from New Hampshire State Prison on Sunday and crashing a stolen car while under the influence early Monday morning.

Bonnie Usher, 47, struck a plea deal with county prosecutors that will resolve her five counts of burglary and one count of attempted burglary pending against her in Rockingham County Superior Court.

Derry serial burglar to admit to more residential break-ins

BRENTWOOD – A Derry woman serving prison time for burglarizing 13 homes around Rockingham County has agreed to admit that she carried out five more residential break-ins in the area, according to prosecutors.

Londonderry victim of Maine shooting expected to recover

Londonderry resident Rachel Owens and Saco, Maine resident Steven Chabot, both 55, were shot during a home invasion at Chabot's residence early Thursday morning. Police said no arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.

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Derry man facing sex assaults wants trial, rejects plea deal

BRENTWOOD – A Derry man accused of sexually assaulting two young girls in his neighborhood has rejected a plea deal by county prosecutors and intends on going forward with a trial, according to prosecutors.

JASON CHAPMAN

Bail set at $20,000 for escapee captured after DWI wreck of stolen car

ROCHESTER- Jason Chapman faces numerous charges for allegedly escaping from New Hampshire State Prison on Sunday and crashing a stolen car while under the influence early Monday morning.

Bonnie Usher, 47, struck a plea deal with county prosecutors that will resolve her five counts of burglary and one count of attempted burglary pending against her in Rockingham County Superior Court.

Derry serial burglar to admit to more residential break-ins

BRENTWOOD – A Derry woman serving prison time for burglarizing 13 homes around Rockingham County has agreed to admit that she carried out five more residential break-ins in the area, according to prosecutors.

Londonderry victim of Maine shooting expected to recover

Londonderry resident Rachel Owens and Saco, Maine resident Steven Chabot, both 55, were shot during a home invasion at Chabot's residence early Thursday morning. Police said no arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.

LOUIE BRANCO

Derry man facing sex assaults wants trial, rejects plea deal

BRENTWOOD – A Derry man accused of sexually assaulting two young girls in his neighborhood has rejected a plea deal by county prosecutors and intends on going forward with a trial, according to prosecutors.

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President Obama says Sony hack not an act of war

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President Barack Obama moved to prevent U.S. anger at North Korea from spiraling out of control on Sunday by saying the massive hacking of Sony Pictures was not an act of war but instead was cyber-vandalism.

10 legislators to watch in this coming session

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Each member of the New Hampshire Legislature, one of the largest legislative bodies in the English-speaking world, will soon pore over the smallest details of approximately 1,000 bills.

Elementary school repairs can't wait any longer, board says

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THE SCHOOL board will be meeting on Monday, just days before Christmas, and a big part of the meeting (the public portion, at least) will be devoted to making a list and checking it twice. The Community Improvement Program list, that is.

Censure over how House speaker was chosen most unusual

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To hardcore conservatives who prefer former House Speaker Bill O'Brien's style of politics, there was a lot of anger that he had been denied a return to that post. For Republicans who aren't enamored of O'Brien, but believe in a strong party, the way in which O'Brien was blocked from the speakership struck them as wrong. For them, having Democrats actively helping determine who the Republican House Speaker would be was highly improper.

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