News Director Don Briand covers breaking news from across New England and around the globe. Don has more that 40 years of experience in news, working in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Florida. He is the winner of numerous broadcast awards, and has been named NH Broadcaster of the Year. His volunteer work has garnered him both the Volunteer of the Year in 2009 and the 2015 Citizen of the Year award in Dover.
Minor Injuries In Hampton Plane Crash
(Hampton, NH) - A Massachusetts man suffered minor injuries when his small plane crashed in Hampton Sunday afternoon. The F.A.A. is investigating.
UPDATE: One Killed In Durham As Overnight Snow Leads To Morning Accidents
(Dover, NH) - Black Ice has lead to a number of accidents this morning, and road crews are being pressed into service.
11 Arrested On Drug Charges In Dover
(Dover, NH) - Dover Police have announced the arrests of 11 people on various drug charges over the past several weeks.
TRUMP ELECTED PRESIDENT: Election Results
The election is over and Donald Trump is our President elect.
BREAKING NEWS: One Dead In Rochester Fire
(Rochester, NH) - State and local fire officials are investigating an early morning fire that claimed the life of one person.
BREAKING: One Dead In Madbury Train/Car Collission
(Madbury, NH) - A Dover woman died this morning when her car was struck by a freight train in Madbury.
Arrest Made In Rochester Overdose Death
(Rochester, NH) - A Rochester man has been arrested for Dispensing a Controlled Drug With Death Resulting and Resisting Arrest.
Memorial Run Today Marks 9/11 Anniversary
(Portsmouth, NH) - Navy Personnel from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard today will mark this weekends 15th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on several American cities.
Arrest Made In Dover Scissors Attack
(Dover, NH) - A Dover man is facing charges after his arrest for stabbing his roommate with a small pair of scissors.
UPDATE:Berwick Maine Fatal Fire Was Arson/Suicide
(Berwick, Me.) - Officials say a Berwick, Maine man poured gasoline through his home and blocked the doors to deny fire-fighters access before setting the home ablaze Monday morning.