Millennials grew up as the technology world took off. Now that more are in the work place, marketing firm DDB conducted a survey comparing the group to Generation X and the Baby Boomers.
Help our photographer Steve Longchamp in naming a baby giraffe that was born at Parc Safari in July.
An ATV driver was arrested after leading New Hampshire Fish and Game officers on a high speed chase in Milan.
CVS Caremark has followed through with its long-promised cigarette ban, as the tobacco-free pharmacy chain officially changed its name to CVS Health.
Possible data breach at Home Depot.
A new video from the Islamist terror group ISIS has been released that reportedly shows the killing of American Steven Sotloff.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and the New Hampshire Employment Security (NHES) is challenging businesses to hire veterans.
Novo Nordisk announced that they are buying a production plant in Lebanon.
A report by Save the Children rated each state on how prepared they are to protect children from disasters.
The first human trial of an an experimental Ebola vaccine will begin this week, as the deadly outbreak continues to spread.
Kraft Food Groups is voluntarily recalling more than 7,000 cases of Kraft American Singles.
Just in time for Labor Day, a new survey shows that most full-time American employees are probably logging more time on the job than a typical 40 hour workweek.
Fairpoint Communications workers in Northern New England say when it comes to labor negotiations, The telecommunications company isn't playing fair.
Four underage convicted murderers sentenced to life in prison in New Hampshire are getting a second chance at a new sentence.
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh issued a statement on Friday.
When you mention urinary problems in a pet, you probably don't think of dialysis. In some cases, animals become so ill, they need the procedure to save their kidneys.
With the job market arguably getting stronger, many companies are trying to retain the best talent, which may mean there may be some extra money out there for some employees.
Human trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine will begin next week at the National Institutes of Health.
Joan Rivers was rushed to a New York City hospital after she stopped breathing during surgery.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has upheld a law that provides education tax credits for private schools.
The FBI is investigating a hacking attack against JPMorgan Chase that caused a data breach.
Motorists should expected increased traffic at the border this weekend.
A New Hampshire Committee on Synthetic Drugs meets for the first time on Wednesday.
Police are investigating a burglary at That Dam Pit Stop Sunday night.
Starting in Spring 2015, Plymouth State University says they will no longer require applicants to submit SAT or ACT test scores.
Both the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and the New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife Fish and Game are receiving grants to conduct bat research.
We're so close to the Labor Day holiday travel period and for many people, time on the road this weekend will be in search of holiday sales.
According to a statement by Peter Theo Curtis' family, Theo was reunited with his mother in Boston Tuesday evening.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan is signing a bill advancing bus service between Claremont and Lebanon, N.H.
FOX44 & ABC22 News Reporter David Hodges is live at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Tuesday morning where former FBI Director Louis Freeh is following a car crash.
New Hampshire's first in the nation primary is scheduled for February 2016.
Burger King's corporate headquarters might be leaving the U.S. for Canada.
Having trouble with your iPhone 5 battery? You might be eligible for a free replacement.
Young adults should have later school start times so they can catch up on sleep.
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page describes the important role of Hurricane Hunters.
Tropical Depression 4 formed on Saturday, but there is high uncertainty about its track.
The New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services (NH DPHS) has identified the first human case of EEE in Conway.
Now's the time to act if you're hoping to save big bucks on ski season.
Keurig Green Mountain and Kraft Foods announced they are partnering on Friday.
The New Hampshire Marine Patrol is looking for new members.
Flags in New Hampshire will be lowered to honor James Foley on Sunday.
When someone dies, often their online identity dies as well. A new law in Delaware is looking to change that.
Over the past few weeks, it seems like everyone has dumped buckets of ice over the heads and posted it online.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game is holding a public hearing on proposed rules to establish a voluntary hike safe card.
Mortgage rates have dropped to their lowest level in over a year.
Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen announced she is stepping down as president next year.
We are learning new details about a failed attempt to rescue Americans being held hostage by the terror group ISIS.
If you're feeling lucky, you might want to pick up a Mega Millions ticket.
The family of American journalist James Foley, who was beheaded by the extremist group ISIS, spoke on Wednesday about their loss.
A famed publication calls for a very cold winter in the Northeast.