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  • INTERVIEW: Governor Sununu on Seat Belt Laws, a 2nd Term, and Pizza
  • Exclusive Interview With Psychic Mediums John Holland and Lauren Rainbow
  • Is the Safety of Bicyclists Worth $44 Million? NH Says Yes
INTERVIEW: Governor Sununu on Seat Belt Laws, a 2nd Term, and Pizza

INTERVIEW: Governor Sununu on Seat Belt Laws, a 2nd Term, and Pizza

NH's Governor on everything from seat belts, political terms and even pizza on National Pizza Day.

Exclusive Interview With Psychic Mediums John Holland and Lauren Rainbow

Exclusive Interview With Psychic Mediums John Holland and Lauren Rainbow

Psychic Mediums John Holland and Lauren Rainbow joined Mike Pomp on 98.1 WTSN for an incredible morning of spirit messages.

Is the Safety of Bicyclists Worth $44 Million? NH Says Yes

Is the Safety of Bicyclists Worth $44 Million? NH Says Yes

If you live on the Seacoast and travel the Spaulding Turnpike, you know all too well about the widening project that is expected to be wrapped up by 2020.

Trump Says Arming Teachers In Schools 'Up To States'

Trump Says Arming Teachers In Schools 'Up To States'

Trump heavily promoted the idea of putting 'gun-adept' teachers and staff carrying concealed firearms in classrooms and schools to protect students following this month's shooting.

UNH Tells Possible Students That Peaceful Protests Are Ok

UNH Tells Possible Students That Peaceful Protests Are Ok

The University of New Hampshire is telling prospective students that any disciplinary actions they might face due to peaceful protests will not affect the school's admission decision.

Trump's Wall Proposal Doesn't Mention Overwhelmed Border Checkpoints

Trump's Wall Proposal Doesn't Mention Overwhelmed Border Checkpoints

As vehicles line up at the Border Patrol's checkpoint north of the U.S.-Mexico border, its agents have around 10 seconds to check each driver and decide if they pass inspection. 

NH Legislators Vote To Ban Sobriety Checkpoints

NH Legislators Vote To Ban Sobriety Checkpoints

Police would no longer be allowed to set up sobriety checkpoints under a bill passed by lawmakers in the New Hampshire House.