Meteor Lights Up New England Sky Mid-AfternoonRon Dantowitz from the Clay Observatory in Brookline said the meteor crossing the afternoon sky, a rare occurrence, was a part of the ongoing Orionid meteor shower.
World War II Memorial Defaced By VandalsTwo vandals with a fire extinguisher defaced a World War II Iwo Jima Memorial.
HealthWatch: Gordon Hayward Faces Surgery, Rehab After Ankle InjuryDr. Mallika Marshall said Celtic player Gordon Hayward will need surgery and intense rehab after his ankle injury.
Milton Women Warned About Man Posing As Ride-Sharing DriverPolice say a man posing as a driver is preying on women who are on their way home from bars in towns that surround Milton.
Wednesday's Child: 13-Year-Old KeanuKeanu is a sweet boy who loves to run and be outside. Those who know Keanu describe him as fun and adorable.
Black Lives Matter Signs Defaced At Boston CollegeBoston College is looking into an incident where two Black Lives Matter signs were defaced in a residence hall.
Dog Dies In Hot Car In Salem Parking Garage; 2 Charged With Animal CrueltyTwo people from New York were arrested after their French Bulldog was found dead in their car Sunday evening.
Marine Who Lost Legs In Afghanistan Running 31 MarathonsNow-retired U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Rob Jones ran 26.2 miles around Castle Island on Sunday — his fourth of 31 consecutive attempts to cover the classic marathon distance.
Racial Slur Written On Framingham State Dorm Door Leaves Students 'Scared'Students living at Framingham State University say they found a racial slur written in marker on their door Sunday.
Two Killed Minutes Apart In Cambridge, Somerville ShootingsTwo people were killed in separate shootings overnight in Cambridge and Somerville.
New Survey Reveals Important Information All Women Should KnowWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks via satellite with Researcher & Public Health Leader Dr. Jose Cordero.
Barstool Sports Defends Workplace Culture After Woman Declines JobA woman who was offered a job at Barstool Sports says she was asked to waive any objections to offensive speech and conduct.

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