NH State Rep: I'll Get Full Body Wax If Fundraising Goal For Harvey Victims Is MetNew Hampshire State Rep. Joseph Stallcop said he'll get a full body wax if he can raise $50K for the Red Cross by Halloween.
NH White Nationalist, Wanted In Charlottesville Violence, Turns Self In To VA PoliceVirginia Police say a New Hampshire white nationalist has turned himself in after he says he pepper-sprayed a counter-demonstrator in self-defense at the violent Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally.
Fire Tears Through Multi-Unit Home In KeeneInvestigators are trying to figure out what started a house fire in Keene Sunday night.
Keene, NH Police Chief Found Dead At HomeKeene Police Chief Brian Costa was found dead at his home Thursday in what investigators are calling an "untimely death."
Fire Captain Pleads Guilty To Soliciting Prostitute With Department-Issued PhoneA New Hampshire fire captain pleaded guilty to soliciting a prostitute using a department-issued cell phone.
NH Gov. Hassan Wants Investigation Into Keene Gas LeaksGov. Maggie Hassan said she will ask the Public Utilities Commission to open an investigation after gas leaks left four people hospitalized in Keene, N.H. this weekend.
4 Taken To Hospital Following Gas Leaks In Keene, NH, Officials SayOfficials say at least four people have been taken to the hospital after experiencing symptoms of exposure to carbon monoxide Saturday in Keene, New Hampshire.
Keene, N.H. Man Seriously Hurt In Caribbean Boating AccidentPolice say the New Hampshire man was hit by a speedboat and dragged underneath.
New Hampshire City Council Candidate Allegedly Kicked Dog To DeathA candidate for the Keene City Council is facing animal cruelty charges.
Truck Leaks Gallons Of Maple Syrup On New Hampshire HighwayFirefighters had a sticky situation on their hands Monday afternoon after a truck started leaking dozens of gallons of maple syrup on the highway.
Split Ruling On Keene, NH Parking Meter 'Robin Hoods'The conduct of "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.
Judge Offers Creative Sentence To Keene Pumpkin Fest WrongdoersThree young men convicted of disorderly conduct after violence broke out near last year's Keene Pumpkin Festival have been offered a chance to reduce their $1,000 fines by explaining their actions to elementary school students.