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Bill Shields

REMUS 6000 at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. (WBZ-TV)

Woods Hole Researchers Ready To Help Find Missing Malaysian Jet

Researchers from Woods Hole helped find the wreckage of an Air France jet two years after it crashed.


Easy St. in Nantucket flooded during the high tide, March 26, 2014. (Photo courtesy: Nicole Harnishfeger/The Inquirer and Mirror)

Cape And Islands Battered By High Winds, Blowing Snow

A spring storm blasted the Cape and Islands with high winds and blowing snow on Wednesday.


Two medical helicopters were called to the Bourne Rotary after a crash. (WBZ-TV)

B&E Suspects Crash Car At Bourne Rotary After Chase

Two men were pulled from a serious crash at the Bourne Rotary after being chased by a homeowner who says he caught the men robbing his home.


Janelle Foley (WBZ-TV)

Former Weymouth Lunch Lady Faces Judge In Rape Case

A Weymouth lunch lady appeared in court Wednesday to face four counts of aggravated statutory rape of a child.


File (WBZ Photo)

Harsh Winter Hampers Duck Boat Tours

The duck boats are still parked in dry dock and the wicked winter is taking its toll on Boston tourism.


Hanover Police (Credit: Hanover Police Facebook)

Hanover Police Investigate Apparent Assault On Bike Trail

Residents in Hanover are concerned after a woman was reportedly assaulted on a bike path, Sunday afternoon.


Kevin Bosssart (WBZ-TV)

Man Rescued By MBTA Workers Has New Mission In Life

Kevin Bossart was at the Wollaston MBTA station when his heart gave out.


Dartmouth Police (Town website)

Dartmouth Police Forced Out Of Station Due To Bacteria

Traces of the bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease is responsible for closing the Dartmouth Police Station.


George Thompson (WBZ-TV)

Fall River Man Arrested For Videotaping Police Officer

A Fall River man says he was recording a police officer who was out of control, but instead, he was arrested and his cell phone was seized.


One of the controversial condoms briefly issued to Boston students. (WBZ-TV)

Boston Public Schools Replace Thousands Of Condoms After Wrapper Message Complaints

Boston Public Schools have returned what’s left of 40,000 condoms donated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to the schools’ free condoms program.