Family Seeks Answers After Elderly Cancer Patient Stabbed In RoxburyThe family of a 75-year-old Roxbury man wants answers about who attacked him as he walked home from the corner store after buying scratch tickets.
Walpole Officer Dragged At Start Of High-Speed Chase 'Doing All Right'A Walpole police officer who was dragged at the start of a high-speed chase through several towns said he is a little sore, but otherwise uninjured.
Driver Charged In Wild High-Speed Chase: 'Not Made For Jail'The Abington man was held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing.
Driver In Wild High-Speed Chase Was Attempting 'Suicide By Cop'A wild high-speed chase that ran through several towns and Interstate 95 ended Wednesday morning with one man taken into custody.
Firefighters Rescue Natick Woman And Dog From SwampA Natick woman says she’s grateful to the firefighters who rescued her and the family dog from a swamp at Hunnewell Town Forest.
Boston Marathon Runners Furious Their Bibs Were CounterfeitedMarathon runners and the BAA are investigating how some bibs were counterfeited.
Suspect Arrested After Brazen Shooting In RoxburyPolice arrested a suspect after shots were fired on Walnut Park Wednesday morning.
Scholarship Recipient Keeps Lu Lingzi's Memory AliveYifan Xu never met Lu Lingzi, but she is doing her own part to keep the memory alive.
Salem Mother Who Withheld Son’s Cancer Medication Released From PrisonA judge granted the release of a Salem woman who was convicted of withholding cancer medications from her autistic son as she awaits a new trial.
Target Of Cambridge Office Shooting Says Gunman Told Him 'You Deserve It'A man targeted in a shooting outside a Cambridge office recalls the terrifying moments as he arrived for work.
FBI, Police 'Calm But Guarded' In Advance Of Boston MarathonMembers of the FBI joined state and local police to discuss safety before the Boston Marathon, which is expected to draw around one million people to the city.
Judge Rules Boston Must Change Regulations For Taxis, Ride-Hailing ServicesA federal judge has ruled that the City of Boston has six months to change the way it regulates Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services in comparison to the way it monitors taxi companies.