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Norwell Man Faces Charges Following Car Explosion

A Norwell man is facing charges in connection with a car explosion that occurred Saturday in Quincy.


A woman is loaded into an ambulance after he was injured by one of two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon near Copley Square on April 15, 2013 in Boston. (credit: Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Bradley Jay: ‘Tragedy Stings When It Happens At Home.’

Today we learned that it feels different when it happens at home. Click play to see reaction to the disaster that will change Boston forever.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–04/15/2013

Jesse Holland was arrested in Leominster

Security Guard Allegedly Stole Bomb-Making Materials From Waltham High

Police say 23-year-old Jesse Holland of Gardner stole the materials from the school’s chemistry lab.


Police were still outside Bob Lowder's home Sunday night.

Judge Ignores DA’s Deal, Hikes Bridgewater Bomb Suspects’ Bail to $10K

Three people accused of throwing six homemade bombs on a Bridgewater man’s front lawn are each being held on $10,000 bail.


Police were still outside Bob Lowder's home Sunday night.

Police: Neighbor Dispute May Be Linked To Bridgewater Lawn Bombs

A dispute between neighbors may have led to three homemade bombs being placed on the lawn in front of a Bridgewater home on Sunday.


Police shut down the area outside the Belmont Savings Bank after the robbery.

Arrest Made In Robbery Of Belmont Savings Bank In Watertown

The FBI is joining state and local police in looking for a man who robbed a bank in Watertown Friday morning.


A former Stonehill College student is accused of threatening to blow up the school and kill two staff members.

Feds: Former Student Threatened To Blow Up Stonehill College

A former Stonehill College student is accused of sending threatening text messages. One read, “Yea do me a favor. Be at stonehill the day I blow it up and (expletive) kill those (expletive) people.”


MBTA Trash Cans

I-Team: Video Shows MBTA Trash Barrels Failing Bomb Tests

The i-Team has video the MBTA never wanted you to see because it raises serious questions about rider safety. Trash cans built to withstand a bomb explosion failed at least two tests.