An official says the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security recently sent a joint warning to law enforcement nationwide about young people wanting to join ISIS.
The New Hampshire Senate Transportation Committee has rejected the adoption of the REAL ID program.
A Senate bill would require instruction of cursive handwriting and memorization of multiplication tables.
The so-called Greatest Show on Earth will soon be without elephants.
The federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) approved a health care expansion waiver for New Hampshire.
TIME Magazine recently outlined five things that you should be aware of when you use your personal e-mail while on the job.
The City of Lebanon has posted a weight limit of 6 tons on various city roads.
Pod-based coffee machines that make individual cups of java are now used in one out of three American homes.
The future of health care in America is on the table this morning in the Supreme Court.
New Hampshire State Police say a tractor-trailer was driving too fast for the slick conditions when it crashed early Wednesday morning.
Police in Farmington are on the lookout for upstanding citizens and good behavior.
The Department of Homeland Security won't run out of money anytime soon.
What's a good way to improve someone's health? Some researchers say add a tax!
More than half of the animals rescued from a home in Eden, Vermont this week are now at animal shelters in Vermont and New Hampshire.
The early birds who have already filed their tax returns are apparently catching a whole lot of worms.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) announced they want to ban certain types of ammunition.
We are in the middle of tax season and this year there is some good news as you gather all the documents needed to file your return.
The FCC has approved new rules to uphold net neutrality on Thursday.
A stunning revelation from the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) about rise of radical and violent extremism in the U.S.
A new study suggests that marijuana might be even safer than researches once thought.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains why parts of our area were the coldest in the nation yesterday.
A new study suggests avoiding peanuts for infants could make food allergies worse later in life.
A new report from Gallup found that the nationwide uninsured rate dropped 3.5 percent from last year, from 17.3 percent to 13.8 percent.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock is investing nearly half a million dollars to fly it's helicopters in poor weather conditions. Meteorologist Michael Page takes to the air to see how it works.
A new poll suggests that parents should be required to vaccinate their kids.
Al-Shabaab released a video calling for attacks on malls in Canada, the United Kingdom, and United States.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan announced that more than 35,000 people have enrolled in the New Hampshire Health Protection Program.
A preview of Meteorologist Michael Page's story on how Dartmouth-Hitchcock is investing in new technology to keep its chopper's flying in bad weather.
According to a new study, maybe you should wear your sunglasses and sunscreen at night.
The deadline for those wanting to enroll in the Affordable Care Act has been extended.
A 2008 Dartmouth graduate will appear on Shark Tank, a show featuring budding entrepreneurs Friday night.
After 126 long days at the picket line, FairPoint workers finally have a potential deal to get back to work.
A new study suggests a delay in starting school for summer-born or premature children is linked with poor academic performance.
FairPoint announced the company and workers have reached a tentative deal Thursday.
A new report ranked the well-being of states and communities across the country.
Walmart announced Thursday they are giving approximately 500,000 employees a raise.
The New Hampshire Fish & Game is looking to identify a driver accused of hitting and injuring two dogs on Sunday.
The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office is encouraging all Anthem members to sign up for credit protection services.
Florida scientists are calling it a "remarkable new advance" against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
The National Toy Hall of Fame is expanding to include a world Video Game Hall of Fame.
As the world drinks more of it, don't be surprised to see your coffee prices spike over the next few years.
Millions of tax returns are being filed across the country and billions of dollars are being returned to taxpayers in refunds.
The 100th block of Loomis Street was closed and without water for much of Sunday.
New Hampshire's Department of Safety is urging people to protect themselves.
The deadline is Sunday, February 15th to qualify for health insurance.
With another blizzard looming, crews from both New York and Vermont started removing snow in Massachusetts this week.
Kidde is recalling about 4.6 million fire extinguishers in the United States.
With extremely cold temperatures expected to affect the region over the next few days, here are some ways to stay safe.
There's no denying the bond that can develop between people and their pets.
The deadline is approaching if you want to enroll for health care under the Affordable Care Act.