A cool pocket of air over the Midwest is causing quite a stir.
Union workers from Fairpoint Communications will vote this weekend on whether or not to authorize a strike.
More than 40 local U.S. Post Offices will be holding public meetings with their communities throughout the summer.
Researchers have found a link between hot outdoor temperatures and kidney stones.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan signed the mental health settlement bill into law on Friday.
A new report by Pew Research Center looked into state spending on prisoner health care.
Chrysler is recalling the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee for issues with mirror lights. It's one of the models involved in the recall of more than 650,000 Jeep and Dodge SUVs in the U.S.
Stress, hostility and depression may increase the risk for stroke.
With clear skies overhead, there will be a nice view of the almost full moon Thursday night.
Harley-Davidson is recalling about 66,500 2014 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles.
Warm swimming pool water is helping people with arthritis.
Movoto Real Estate Blog ranked states based on their safety.
You might have noticed your grocery bill seems to have grown a bit more expensive recently. Well experts say the culprit may be one meal, breakfast.
Legislation is being introduced in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision last month.
Gas prices for the year may have finally peaked.
Many of us use coffee to kick-start our day, but could a cup of joe actually be more than just an eye opener and help us lose weight too?
After getting off to a strong start in May, job gains among teens stumbled in June.
An annual report by Corelogic calculated the foreclosure rate for each state across the United States and the District of Columbia.
Four U.S. Senators introduced legislation to help families afford child care.
Every summer, consumers hear the refrain, if you want to save on your energy bill, turn up the thermostat. But there are other ways to trim costs. Here are some alternative tips to save energy and money.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is looking for career-seekers to join its Medical Assistant and Pharmacy Technician Workforce Readiness Training Programs.
U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen's staff is holding office hours in Salem, Lebanon, Hanover, and Windham next week.
It appears in some states, beer consumption is about as American as apple pie.
While cigarette use among teenagers is declining, hookah smoking is gaining popularity.
Meteorologist Michael Page describes what causes a circumhorizontal arc.
A 19-year-old man was rescued from the Ledges Swimming area off of Trues Brook Road.
The National Weather Service says straight line winds and a gustnado caused damage in Central New Hampshire, not a tornado.
The National Weather Service is investigating whether a tornado downed hundreds of trees on Thursday.
It's the summer, and chances are, your kids are outdoors and having fun, but they need to be careful.
The U.S. Census Bureau released a report on the number of people living in poverty across the United States.
The Declaration of Independence is one of the most iconic documents in our nation's history.
New Hampshire State Police responded to an incident on I-89 near Lebanon where a tractor trailer hauling a large piece of equipment pulled down power lines.
Graco is recalling some infant and toddler car seats sold in the United States that are difficult to open.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calculated the rates of prescribing opioid medications across the United States.
Tropical Storm Arthur is gaining strength, and will move up the coastline this week.
Your Independence Day picnic may come with a side of high gas prices.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is urging homeowners, campers, and hikers to be bear aware during the summer season.
July is truly beginning summer-like with hot temperatures, high humidity, and a threat of severe thunderstorms.
Children should get vaccinated against preventable and potentially deadly diseases.
All eyes are on the tropics, as Tropical Storm Arthur may form soon.
A New Hampshire medical examiner determined the cause of death and identity of the body found near Stinson Lake on Sunday.
A transportation funding bill will go into effect in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
It's more bad news for General Motors. The automaker announced another recall on Monday.
Signups for New Hampshire's Health Protection Plan begins Tuesday.
Closely held companies with religious objections, like Hobby Lobby cannot be forced to offer certain types of birth control coverage under President Obama's health care law.
How many times a day do you think you touch your smartphone -- hundreds maybe?
Authorities say they’re investigating a suspicious death in Rumney, New Hampshire.
Meteorologist Michael Page describes lightning in Weather School.
So far this summer, most towns still haven't hit 90.
Flying's not cheap these days, and prices are about to go up.