- Election commission releases Guinta investigation files Updated: Jun-02-15 5:28 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Two members of U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta's family appear to contradict his claims about $355,000 he spent on his 2010 campaign, according to Federal Election Commission documents released Tuesday.
- Ayotte, Shaheen holding health care forum for veterans Updated: May-26-15 4:56 am
- GOP committee declines to ask Guinta to resign Updated: May-19-15 7:30 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The New Hampshire Republican Party's Executive Committee has declined to ask U.S. Rep Frank Guinta to resign, despite calls from fellow Republicans that he step down after the Federal Election Commission found he broke the law by accepting campaign donations from his parents.
- Sen. Ayotte highlights drug-exposed newborn legislation Updated: May-18-15 3:41 pm
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - Medical providers and first responders on Monday urged Sen. Kelly Ayotte to consider further incorporating mental health treatment into her efforts to address New Hampshire's heroin and prescription drug crisis.
- Ayotte co-sponsoring bill to protect infants from drugs Updated: May-16-15 3:46 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Republican New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is co-sponsoring a bill that would address a growing number of infants being exposed to opioids while in the womb.
- Congress passes bill ensuring survivor benefits not taxed Updated: May-15-15 5:06 am
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The U.S. Senate has passed legislation that makes sure death benefits paid to families of public safety officer who are killed in the line of duty are not subject to federal income tax.
- Manchester police chief to retire at end of June Updated: May-12-15 4:48 pm
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - The Manchester Police chief is retiring at the end of June after nearly three decades with the department.
- Dems claim recruiting successes in bid to retake Senate Updated: May-11-15 1:57 pm
WASHINGTON - Senate Democrats are claiming early success in recruiting strong candidates in Republican-held states as they fight to retake the majority after last year's midterm bloodletting. But in several states the party is still searching, with the Democrat who looks like the strongest candidate holding out for now.
- Officials discuss state's ongoing heroin issues Updated: May-08-15 12:47 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Politicians, police officers and anti-drug advocates said Friday that New Hampshire's growing heroin and opioid addiction is a social, economic and family problem that requires collaborative prevention and treatment efforts.