AFP-NH legislative agenda includes right-to-work, college campus free speech, business tax cuts

AFP-NH LEGISLATIVE AGENDA INCLUDES RIGHT-TO-WORK, COLLEGE CAMPUS FREE SPEECH, BUSINESS TAX CUTS

Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire, an influential advocacy group promoting conservative initiatives such as low taxes and limited...

Viewers' Choice 2021: Best wings

VIEWERS' CHOICE 2021: BEST WINGS

If you're looking for a tasty snack, you can't go wrong with wings, so we asked our viewers to let us know where to find the best wings...

 
 
 
Authorities believe unidentified Bear Brook victim has relatives from Mississippi

AUTHORITIES BELIEVE UNIDENTIFIED BEAR BROOK VICTIM HAS RELATIVES FROM MISSISSIPPI

Investigators said genealogy research suggests the girl and her biological mother might have relatives in Pearl River County, which...

Case timeline: Killer Terry Peder Rasmussen, also known as 'Bob Evans'

CASE TIMELINE: KILLER TERRY PEDER RASMUSSEN, ALSO KNOWN AS 'BOB EVANS'

The following is an approximate timeline for the case involving Terry Peder Rasmussen, who police say killed at least six people and...

 
 
 
Governor, health officials urge patience as new vaccination phase set to begin

GOVERNOR, HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE PATIENCE AS NEW VACCINATION PHASE SET TO BEGIN

State officials are expecting a big surge of interest as more Granite Staters become eligible to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine Friday,...

MacDonald questioned during hearing on Supreme Court nomination

MACDONALD QUESTIONED DURING HEARING ON SUPREME COURT NOMINATION

The state's executive council heard testimony Thursday on the nomination of Attorney General Gordon MacDonald to become the next chief...

 
 
 
Sununu says teachers don't need to be vaccinated for schools to reopen

SUNUNU SAYS TEACHERS DON'T NEED TO BE VACCINATED FOR SCHOOLS TO REOPEN

Gov. Chris Sununu is pushing back on the idea that teachers need to get vaccinated before schools can fully reopen in New Hampshire.

Biden Cabinet: Buttigieg urges big funds for Transportation

BIDEN CABINET: BUTTIGIEG URGES BIG FUNDS FOR TRANSPORTATION

During a Thursday hearing, Pete Buttigieg suggested that the Department of Transportation could help in rebuilding the economy.

 
 
 
Alvirne wrestler sets sights on national championship

ALVIRNE WRESTLER SETS SIGHTS ON NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Alvirne High School senior Kyle Gora says he's hoping to take home a national title this year.

Update: Warmup before colder weather

UPDATE: WARMUP BEFORE COLDER WEATHER

Meteorologist Mike Haddad has a look at the weather ahead.

 
 
 
Watch: Snow showers overnight before milder Friday

WATCH: SNOW SHOWERS OVERNIGHT BEFORE MILDER FRIDAY

Meteorologist Mike Haddad has a look at the latest forecast.

Part 1: Dr. Chan answers your COVID-19 questions

PART 1: DR. CHAN ANSWERS YOUR COVID-19 QUESTIONS

New Hampshire state epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan answered viewers' questions about the COVID-19 pandemic during a live question-and-answer...

 
 
 
Full video: Governor holds latest COVID-19 briefing for New Hampshire

FULL VIDEO: GOVERNOR HOLDS LATEST COVID-19 BRIEFING FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE

Gov. Chris Sununu gives updates about the state vaccination process during the weekly COVID-19 building.

Step by step: How to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine through New Hampshire's Phase 1B

STEP BY STEP: HOW TO SIGN UP FOR THE COVID-19 VACCINE THROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE'S PHASE 1B

Sign-ups for Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccination process in New Hampshire begin Friday. Here is a step-by-step explainer for how you...

 
 
 
12 more Granite Staters die of COVID-19 amid signs that vaccination program may be helping

12 MORE GRANITE STATERS DIE OF COVID-19 AMID SIGNS THAT VACCINATION PROGRAM MAY BE HELPING

Twelve more Granite Staters have died of COVID-19, but there may be signs that vaccination efforts in the state's long-term care facilities...

Fisher Cats president hopeful season will be held

FISHER CATS PRESIDENT HOPEFUL SEASON WILL BE HELD

The Fisher Cats are staying hopeful this year after last season was canceled because of the pandemic.

 
 
 
Thursday, January 28th: Keto4Karboholics

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28TH: KETO4KARBOHOLICS

It's a way of eating some swear by.

Friday, January 29th: The Fascinating Life of Sirkka Holm

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29TH: THE FASCINATING LIFE OF SIRKKA HOLM

An actress, activist, and veteran of World War II

 
 
 
Watch: Building clouds with snow showers possible

WATCH: BUILDING CLOUDS WITH SNOW SHOWERS POSSIBLE

Meteorologist Kevin Skarupa has a look at the latest forecast.

Errol General Store destroyed in overnight fire

ERROL GENERAL STORE DESTROYED IN OVERNIGHT FIRE

The Errol General Store, a fixture in the North Country town for more than a century, was destroyed overnight in a fire.

 
 
 



7 Democratic senators call for ethics probe into Cruz and Hawley to...

7 Democratic senators call for ethics probe into Cruz and Hawley to determine whether their electoral college objections contributed to the Capitol siege

Summary List Placement Seven Democratic senators have called for an ethics probe into Republican Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz over their objections to the Electoral College... Read more ...

Biden Cabinet: Buttigieg urges big funds for Transportation

Biden Cabinet: Buttigieg urges big funds for Transportation

During a Thursday hearing, Pete Buttigieg suggested that the Department of Transportation could help in rebuilding the economy. Read more ...

President Biden halts new oil and gas leases, permits on US land and water

President Biden halts new oil and gas leases, permits on US land and water

The Biden administration has suspended new oil and gas leasing and drilling permits on U.S. land and water for 60 days. Read more ...

COVID-19 timeline: It's been one year since the first announced case in the...

COVID-19 timeline: It's been one year since the first announced case in the United States

It's been one year since COVID-19 was first detected in the United States. Here's a list of several key dates and events relating to the pandemic since then. Read more ...

Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19, cancels shows

Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19, cancels shows

Dave Chappelle has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus - causing the comedian, for a second time, to nix scheduled shows because of the bug. Chappelle has not yet... Read more ...

Randy Parton, the country singer and Dolly Parton's younger brother, has...

Randy Parton, the country singer and Dolly Parton's younger brother, has died after a battle with cancer

Country music singer Randy Parton, brother to Dolly Parton, has died after a battle with cancer. Read more ...

Who is Nick Sirianni? Meet the Eagles' new head coach, an ideal replacement...

Who is Nick Sirianni? Meet the Eagles' new head coach, an ideal replacement for Doug Pederson

The former Colts offensive coordinator may not have seemed like an obvious hire, but there are many reasons to think he's an ideal hire fit to replace Doug Pederson in... Read more ...

AP source: Cavaliers trading Porter to Rockets for pick

AP source: Cavaliers trading Porter to Rockets for pick

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Cavaliers are finalizing a trade to send troubled forward Kevin Porter Jr. to the Houston Rockets for a future draft pick, a person familiar with the... Read more ...

Woman accused of helping steal Nancy Pelosi's laptop freed from jail

Woman accused of helping steal Nancy Pelosi's laptop freed from jail

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Biden revokes Trump report promoting 'patriotic education'

Biden revokes Trump report promoting 'patriotic education'

President Joe Biden has revoked a recent Trump administration report that aimed to promote “patriotic education” in schools but that historians rejected as political propaganda. Read more ...