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.
Framingham Native Played Dead To Survive Orlando Shooting RampageA Framingham native wounded in the Orlando massacre described his horrific ordeal inside the nightclub Tuesday.
Boston Mourns Victims Of Orlando Massacre At City Hall Plaza VigilMayor Marty Walsh hosted a vigil at City Hall Plaza Monday evening for the victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre.
Charitable Foundation Donates $3M To Martin Richard Park ProjectIt was Martin Richard's message of peace that inspired the Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation to donate $3 million for the park and playground to be built next to the Boston Children's Museum.
Proposal Calls For Boston Public Schools To Test Drinking Water YearlyThe new policy, which does not include testing of water from bathroom and classroom sinks, is still subject to a school committee vote.
Volunteers Plant 37,000 Flags On Boston Common To Honor Mass. Military HeroesBoston Common has been transformed into a garden of red, white, and blue to honor Massachusetts' military heroes for Memorial Day.
How Accurate Are Coin Counting Machines?WBZ NewsRadio 1030 put four local coin counting machines to the test.
69-Year-Old Man Completes Berkshires-To-Boston Canoe TripA 69-year-old Stockbridge man has completed a monthlong Berkshires-to-Boston canoe trip in an effort to bring attention to the importance of clean water.
Gay, Lesbian Business Group Withdraws Invite To Gov. BakerA gay business group has withdrawn an invitation to Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, citing his decision to speak at a weekend event featuring conservative leaders and a Texas minister who has said God sent Adolf Hitler for the Jews.
Feds Offer Debt Relief To Former Corinthian College StudentsThe U.S. Department of Education says more students who were defrauded by the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges can get their loans forgiven.
Massachusetts Finalizes Comprehensive Daily Fantasy Sports RulesThe attorney general of Massachusetts has finalized what she calls the most comprehensive rules in the nation for daily fantasy sports operators.
27 Charged In South End Gang ActivityTwenty-seven alleged gang members from Boston's South End are facing federal and state drug and weapons charges following Thursday morning raids.

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