According to the New Hampshire Fire Marshal, one person was killed in a fire on Warren Street in Claremont Sunday night.
New Hampshire State Police are investigating burglaries to a number of convenience stores along I-89 early Monday morning.
You may want to think twice before sharing those flash drives with someone.
Meteorologist Michael Page shares some information about Flash Flooding in Weather School.
Now that we're entering the second half of summer, we're losing light quickly.
New Hampshire State Police say three people died in a serious crash on Route 9 Saturday afternoon.
A man drowned while swimming in a New Hampshire river Friday afternoon.
A Plymouth State University professor found what's believed to be the first evidence of a Woolly Mammoth in New Hampshire.
The U.S. Senate has passed a highway bill that will keep construction going for now.
With computers controlling more and more of the cars we drive, hackers are apparently on the prowl.
A disease with no known cure will soon reach the United States for the first time.
Governor Maggie Hassan has a signed a law changing when fuel dealers can solicit business from customers.
A federal judge has ruled the government can read your email, even if it's stored on a computer outside the U.S.
A growing number of Americans are paying for college out of their own pockets.
A report by Urban Institute looked at debt in America.
Federal law enforcement personnel will be trained to carry and use a drug that's been approved to reduce the side effects of heroin or opioid overdose.
Eight New Hampshire companies awarded job training grants in July.
The deadly Ebola virus may only be a plane ride away, however U.S. health officials say the risk to individuals here is low.
In just a few weeks, thousands of college kids will be packing their bags and heading off to their dorms.
The Vermont Department of Health is thrilled the U.S. Surgeon General has issued a public health alert about skin cancer.
Organic peaches sold from June 10-13 by Price Chopper and other retailers are being recalled by manufacturer Wawona Packing Company.
Top consumer complaints of 2013.
The Enfield Police Department is holding a bicycle skills clinic on Saturday.
Hyundai has two separate recalls involving Sonatas.
If you've ever said you could make the airport security lines shorter, you're in luck!
Governor Maggie Hassan and Department of Revenue Administration (DRA) Commissioner John Beardmore announced 166 New Hampshire businesses received research & development tax credits in 2014.
A bill to expand contraception for military women and dependents was introduced in the U.S. Senate.
Congress appears to be at a fork in the road when it comes to funding for highway and bridge repairs.
Nine days after returning home to her family, Abigail Hernandez sat in the front row as her accused kidnapper heard the charges against him.
The acting U.S. Surgeon General has issued a new warning about the dangers of indoor and outdoor tanning and the link to skin cancer.
A day after an EF2 tornado hit near Boston, many want to know if a tornado could impact the Champlain Valley.
Living a healthy life style may help your body slow down the aging process.
A New Hampshire man charged in connection to the disappearance of Abigail Hernandez is due in court Tuesday.
West Africa is dealing with the deadliest Ebola outbreak on record as international health organizations struggle to contain it.
The Shrine Maple Sugar Game is an annual end of summer tradition for out-going high school football stars in Vermont and New Hampshire.
New Hampshire authorities have made an arrest in connection to the disappearance of a missing New Hampshire teenager who recently returned home.
The mother of a New Hampshire teenager who went missing for nine-months spoke for the first time since her return.
Starting Monday, construction crews will undertake a $10 million dollar project to replace the U.S. Route 4 bridge.
Meteorologist Michael Page takes a look back at June 2014 in Weather School.
While the Atlantic has been fairly quiet, the Eastern Pacific hurricane season is off to a busy start.
The family of Abigail Hernandez released a statement on Friday thanking law enforcement and the community for their continued support.
A powerboat slammed into a canoe on Lake Winnipesaukee Friday afternoon.
Plans to move forward with the Seneca Mountain Wind Project in Northeast Vermont have been permanently halted.
Hops that were heavily damaged during a May hail storm are starting to recover.
Governor Maggie Hassan signed a bill banning certain electronic devices while driving on Friday.
A local woman visited Canada to investigate the risks of tar sands.
The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office says they received information from Abigail Hernandez that a man drove her away on October 9, 2013.
Governor Maggie Hassan will present the Governor's Commission on Disability's 2014 Governor's Accessibility Awards on Friday.
We're all guilty of it at one time or another - hopping on Facebook, texting with a friend, or playing a quick game while at work. It might seem like this is zapping your productivity, a new study indicates that might not be true.
Researchers say exercise can literally change how you see the world.