Ever since he was a precocious 5 year old who read the Bergen Record and then published his own neighborhood newspaper, Dan Alexander has always had an interest in the news. Alexander says he learns something new on this job everyday and that's what keeps it interesting. Alexander has been with New Jersey 101.5 for the past 10 years on the digital team writing news and working behind the scenes on a variety of projects.
Former Police Chief Remembered as ‘Absolute Hero’ at New Hampshire Hospital Vigil
Governor Chris Sununu told the crowd that Bradley Haas, a former police chief in Franklin, was an "absolute hero" who kept gunman John Madore contained to the lobby despite not having a weapon.
Vigil to Honor New Hampshire Hospital Staff, First Responders, Shooting Victim
The vigil will take place at the soccer field at the corner of S. Fruit & Clinton Streets in Concord.
New Hampshire Hospital Gunman Identified, Many Questions Remain
Attorney General John Formella identified the gunman as John Madore, 33. Madore entered the hospital Friday afternoon and fired a 9mm handgun, killing security officer Bradley Haas.
Gunman Dead in Shooting at New Hampshire Hospital in Concord
Shots rang out around 4 p.m. at the 184-bed state hospital on Clinton Street.
Maine High School Student Dies in Rochester, New Hampshire, Crash
Rochester Police did not disclose many details of the crash Wednesday night on Salmon Falls Road, except to say it involved one vehicle.
‘You Are Not Alone’ – President Biden Comforts Lewiston
President Joe Biden traveled to Lewiston to visit with the families of the 18 victims of the October 25 shooting and thank first responders.
Consoler in Chief: President Joe Biden Visits Lewiston Friday
"The President and First Lady will pay respects to the victims of this horrific attack and grieve with families and community members, as well as meet with first responders, nurses, and others on the front lines of the response," reads a statement from the White House.
Maine Offers Help for Businesses, People Affected by Shootings
Governor Janet Mills announced programs for those affected by the Lewiston shootings during a contentious press briefing.
Shots Fired Hours After Vigil for Lewiston Shootings Vigil
Lewiston police said the shots were fired around 9:45 p.m. near a multi-unit building on Walnut Street.
Lewiston Remembers Shooting Victims – ‘Always Part of our Hearts’
Leaders from several faiths addressed the crowd inside and outside the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul during Sunday night's One Lewiston Community Vigil. Pictures of each victim were placed at the front of the church.
Lewiston, Maine, Comes Together to Heal From Shootings
Dozens gathered at Kennedy Park in Lewiston and Lisbon Falls Park in neighboring Lisbon as the two communities begin to recover from the siege of terror and staying in their homes after the shootings.
Lewiston, Maine, Gunman Took His Own Life, Shooting Motive Unknown
There is no evidence yet that the shooting was premeditated, nor does anything specifically indicate why Robert Card went to the Just-in-Time Recreation and Schemengees Bar & Grille Wednesday night.
Police: Suspect in Lewiston, Maine, Mass Shooting Found Dead
Maine Public Safety Commissioner Michael Sauschuck said at around 7:45 p.m., the body of Robert Card was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head near the Maine Recycling Center where he used to work.
Shelter-in-Place Lifted Around Lewiston, but Vigilance Remains
Investigators continued their search for around the boat dock in Lisbon where Card's Subaru Outback was found abandoned Wednesday night.
These Are the Victims of the Lewiston, Maine, Mass Shootings
A Wednesday night of bowling and pool turned tragic Wednesday night when police say Robert Card opened fire. Here are the stories of the people who died that night.
Maine Cops Confident They Will Find Shooting Suspect Robert Card
The search on Friday is focused on the area near the Androscoggin River where Robert Card's Subaru Outback was found, but its not the only place investigation teams would be.