Braintree Neighborhood On Alert After Man Followed Women HomePolice have stepped up patrols in a Braintree neighborhood after two women were followed home.
Volkswagen Reaches $14.7B Emissions SettlementVolkswagen would repair or buy back polluting diesel vehicles and pay each owner as much as $10,000.
Baker: Budget Gap Estimate Rises About $200M More To $950MThe Massachusetts state budget gap for the new fiscal year is wider than originally thought.
Alleged Drunk Driver Held On $50,000 Bail After Fatal Crash In RehobothPolice say Jeffrey Fisk of Rehoboth appeared drunk and smelled of alcohol after the crash.
MBTA Officer Put On Leave After Facebook Post Ridicules Man Who DefecatedA Massachusetts transit police officer has been placed on leave after officials say she posted a photo on Facebook ridiculing a man who had defecated on the floor.
Pole Vaulter With Cystic Fibrosis Clears Odds For SurvivalClearing the bar and the challenges of life and living with cystic fibrosis far longer than anyone thought he would, Jerry Cahill says exercise has made all the difference.
Leading Pediatrician Group Urges Screening Children For Suicide RiskWith suicide now the second leading cause of death for teenagers, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines so doctors can help identify patients at risk.
Service Held For Lynn WWII Vet Who Died With No Known KinAbout 150 people came to the Massachusetts Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Winchendon to honor a Massachusetts WWII veteran who died nine years ago with no known kin.
Bruins Legend Ray Bourque Arraigned On Drunk Driving ChargeFormer Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque was arraigned Monday afternoon on charges that he caused an accident while driving drunk Friday night.
Scott Brown Says Elizabeth Warren Should Take DNA Test To Prove HeritageBrown, who lost his 2012 Senate re-election bid to Warren, attacked the Democrat's past claim of having Native American ancestry.
State Police Identify Trooper Wounded In Shootout With Jorge ZambranoMassachusetts State Police have identified the trooper wounded in a shootout with the man who killed Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino during a traffic stop in May.
Arlington Man Pleads Not Guilty To Starting Fire Near Homeless MenAn Arlington man has pleaded not guilty to starting a fire in downtown Boston that police say endangered the lives of two homeless men.

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