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Man arrested after he allegedly shoots, kills man, woman in Nashua, N.H.

Victor Rivera, 47, of Nashua, N.H., was arrested Saturday morning on second-degree murder charges for fatally shooting a man and a woman, the attorney general’s office said in a statement.

Sheriff in N.H. arraigned on felony charges of theft, perjury

The eight charges against Mark Brave carry a total maximum potential sentence of 64 years in prison and fines of up to $32,000. The court entered a not guilty plea on Brave’s behalf.

Bedford, N.H., officials conclude no state laws violated in photos taken of girls at high school

School officials in Bedford, N.H., say they concluded their investigation into allegations that boys took photos of girls without their knowledge and determined that no state laws were violated.


Calling for federal action to protect vulnerable kids in N.H.

A Concord attorney says the US Department of Justice has the most power to help kids in New Hampshire’s Youth Detention Center. But the US Attorney he reached out to says her hands are tied.

Police search for man who tied up employees of Salem, N.H., loan store and robbed them at gunpoint

A man who wore a Boston Bruins baseball cap, glasses, and a black face mask as he tied up employees of a Salem, N.H., cash loan company during an armed robbery is now being sought by law enforcement in two states, officials said.

Adoptive parents of Harmony Montgomery’s little brother plead with state for new scrutiny of child welfare system

Legislators are considering creation of a commission to review failures in the state's child welfare system.

Boys accused of secretly photographing, making trading cards of girls at Bedford High School in N.H.

School officials in Bedford, N.H., are investigating allegations that some boys secretly photographed girls and made trading cards of the images.


Staffing shortage at N.H. men’s prison worsens with National Guard gone

The problem has long raised safety concerns among some corrections officers, who now say the problem has reached a critical point.