Details on stories include that of the man accused of kidnapping a new Hampshire teen is being held on one million dollars cash bail, police are searching for an armed man in Rochester after he shot a 19-year-old man, and more…..
Details on stories include that of an arrest made in the kidnapping of a 15-year-old North Conway girl, calmer weather, finally, is on tap for new Hampshire, and more…..
Details on stories include that of more thunderstorms and heavy rain likely this morning and early afternoon, two men are wanted for dragging a man who caught them trying to break into his car, and more……
Details on stories include that of police needing your help in trying to find a man they say may be connected to the disappearance of Abigail Hernandez, a motorcyclist is killed when is bike is struck from behind by a pickup, and more…..
Details on stories include that of protesters are planning a final Market Basket rally this Friday, NH Senator Shaheen is applauding Senate action on a jobs bill, and more…..
Details on stories include that of police once again are asking the public for help in solving some mysteries surrounding the Abigail Hernandez case, a serious accident leaves three people hurt in Manchester, and more….
Details on stories include that of a missing Conway teenager is missing no more, and back home with her family, a former soldier from Nashua is this country’s latest Medal of Honor recipient, and more…..
Details on stories include that of the voting trend by union workers at FairPoint is to authorize a strike, if a new contract is not reached by August 2nd, a man and a woman from Connecticut are seriously hurt when their A-T-V rolls over in Henniker, and more…..
Details on stories include that of the Republican Party firing some strong accusations at Governor Maggie Hassan, police have found three teenagers they say are responsible for leaving explosives near a lake, and more……
Host Jeanne Lester talks with Peter Evers, President and CEO of Riverbend Community Mental Health, about a new law authorizing an expenditure of $11 million in state and federal funds to strengthen community-based mental health services.