Infographics & Videos

Sometimes, a picture (or a chart, graph, video, or map) tells a better story. 

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Queen City Crime
8:00 am
Tue July 16, 2013

Serious Offenses: Part 1 Crimes In Manchester

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

Part 1, also referred to as "index crimes," is a category of eight crimes laid out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as serious crimes likely to be reported. What sets Part 1 crimes apart, in particular, is the way they are tracked: Part 1 crimes are tracked based on how often they are reported, whereas Part 2 crimes - comprising just about all other crimes, such as drug offenses, white collar crime, and nuisance crimes like public drunkenness - are tracked based on arrests made.

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NH News
8:37 am
Tue May 21, 2013

Problem Gambling By The Numbers

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR
NH News
4:03 pm
Mon May 20, 2013

Casinos In New Hampshire: Frequently Asked Questions

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR
Special Series
3:36 pm
Mon April 8, 2013

250 Years In The Making: Towns We're Visiting

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

Over the next year, producer Keith Shields will be visiting thirteen New Hampshire towns that are either turning or celebrating 250 years, looking to dig up the interesting, near-forgotten, and quirky stories that make each town unique. The series will kick off later this week with New Boston, with Plymouth coming up next month. Our map will let you know where else Keith will be going!

(Note: Numbers in legend do not indicate the order they will come up in the series.)

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NH News
11:12 pm
Tue April 2, 2013

Video - N.H. Roads: How We Got Here

As lawmakers consider raising the state's gas tax, you may be wondering: are New Hampshire's roads getting worse? Why are they getting harder to pay for? And, does it really matter if we have a few more potholes?

NHPR's newsroom answers those questions in this animation:

NH News
1:51 pm
Tue February 12, 2013

Your Guide To Gun Laws in NH, VT and MA

Credit Emily Corwin and Sara Plourde / NHPR

New Hampshire is bordered by Vermont, which has the least gun regulation in the nation -- and Massachusetts, which has some of the tightest gun restrictions around.  After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT, we put together this infographic, exploring the diversity of gun laws among our neighbors. 

[Note: While the information has not changed, some of the wording has been updated for better clarity. Click the image to read at full size.]

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A Loaded Issue
6:00 am
Mon February 11, 2013

Infographic: Guns: A Primer

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

No doubt you've being hearing a lot about guns in the news lately. For the uninitiated, the types and terminology can be overwhelming, and can make understanding what you're hearing - and knowing if it's accurate - a veritable chore. As part of our series, A Loaded Issue, NHPR is aiming to assist in demystifying the firearm, starting with this infographic that outlines a few of the basics (click on the image to view at full size):

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Word of Mouth
11:31 am
Wed May 23, 2012

Here's What's Awesome...

Photo credit Beadmobile, via Flickr Creative Commons

Here's What's Awesome...

Plagiarism doesn't work.

Science suggests consuming organic food has an effect on our morals.

What's Internet Explorer? Chrome becomes number one browser!

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N.H.'s Immigration Story
12:00 am
Tue May 22, 2012

New Hampshire's Immigration Story

Word of Mouth
11:55 am
Tue May 1, 2012

Here's What's Awesome...

(Photo by moonlightbulb via Flickr Creative Commons)

Here's What's Awesome...

Defending "awesome."  Seriously..."awesome" is, well, awesome.

Facebook: a new place for organ donors to connect to those who need them? Or another way for Zuck to mine our personal (and internal!) data???

How French tweeters used WWII code to get around election law.

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Shifting The Balance
10:00 am
Fri February 24, 2012

Obesity Infographics

Sources: New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health Services. Obesity Prevention Program. New Hampshire Obesity Data Book 2010
Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR
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