- AG's office outlines new policy on eyewitness ID Updated: Jun-01-15 1:34 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The state Attorney General's office is encouraging police departments to adopt new policies aimed at strengthening eyewitness identification procedures to reduce the risk of wrongful convictions.
- Hassan, Senate Republicans at odds over $11.3B budget plan Updated: May-31-15 10:47 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Partisan battle lines are becoming clearer as New Hampshire lawmakers enter the final month of the budget-writing process, with Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan sharply criticizing Senate Republicans for the two-year spending plan they've crafted.
- Maine-NH bridge undergoing inspection Updated: May-31-15 8:43 am
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is ready to begin inspecting the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge that connects Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Kittery, Maine.
- High court won't hear child custody dispute Updated: May-26-15 10:20 am
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court is staying out of an international child custody dispute between a New Hampshire woman and her former husband in Turkey.
- Maine-NH bridge undergoing inspection next week Updated: May-25-15 11:14 am
PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is beginning an inspection of the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge that connects Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Kittery, Maine.
- AG charges man with felony for fake election news release Updated: May-22-15 12:47 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - New Hampshire's attorney general says a man faces a felony charge after sending out a fake news release saying a woman vying for a House set in a special election had dropped out of the race.
- New Hampshire Supreme Court rules on grandparent visitation Updated: May-22-15 3:44 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that grandparents do not lose visitation rights to their grandchildren even if the child's parents die and they are adopted.
- Clarification: School Book Protest story Updated: May-20-15 11:34 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - In a story May 14, The Associated Press reported that a New Hampshire bill requiring teachers to give parents two weeks' notice when using sexually explicit material in class came in response to a father's angry reaction to a passage in a book. The story should have made clear that the father's reaction was one of several incidents that spurred the legislation.
- Massachusetts man arrested in Nashua slaying in November Updated: May-19-15 12:01 am
NASHUA, New Hampshire - New Hampshire authorities say they've charged a Massachusetts man with murder in the November death of a man who was beaten bloody the night of Nashua's Winter Holiday Stroll.
- Bills on breastfeeding, booze sales move through Legislature Updated: May-16-15 9:20 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Talk of the state budget has dominated the 2015 legislative session in New Hampshire, with other high-profile items such as casino gambling and changes to the state's marijuana laws occasionally stealing the spotlight.
- High court calls voter registration language confusing Updated: May-15-15 11:08 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Friday upheld a lower court ruling that struck down a 2012 voter registration law, saying language that links voting to getting a driver's license is unconstitutional and could discourage some people from casting ballots.
- Attorney general's office identifies man fatally shot Updated: May-12-15 11:22 am
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire attorney general's office has identified a man who was fatally shot in Manchester on Sunday.
- Paul announces support from New Hampshire representatives Updated: May-11-15 5:32 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Twenty Republican state representatives in New Hampshire - 8 percent of the GOP caucus - are throwing their support behind Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's presidential campaign.
- State Supreme Court Justice Conboy to address UNH law school Updated: May-10-15 9:32 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - State Supreme Court Justice Carol Ann Conboy is scheduled to speak at the University of New Hampshire School of Law's commencement on May 16.
- New Jersey's Christie defends Tom Brady in New Hampshire Updated: May-07-15 9:54 pm
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, visiting New Hampshire for the first time since two former aides were indicted and another pleaded guilty in a scheme to tie up traffic at one of the nation's busiest bridges, defended New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Thursday.
- Christie returning to New Hampshire after bridge indictments Updated: May-06-15 6:36 pm
NEWARK, New Jersey - Gov. Chris Christie is returning to New Hampshire as he struggles to press forward with a likely presidential bid following indictments in the George Washington Bridge scandal.
- New Hampshire House passes bill to restrict synthetic drugs Updated: May-06-15 3:09 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire House voted Wednesday to restrict the sale and possession of synthetic drugs, a move aimed at curbing New Hampshire's growing drug addiction problems.