Boston Police

Boston Police (WBZ-TV Photo)

Arrest Made In Hyde Park Fatal Shooting

Police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal shooting in Boston earlier this week.

11/07/2014

Police investigated a Charlestown double shooting on Nov. 5 (WBZ-TV)

Charlestown Double Shooting Investigated

Boston police are searching for a suspect in a double shooting in Charlestown Wednesday night.

11/06/2014

Boston Police (WBZ-TV Photo)

Man Shot Near Dorchester Polling Location

A man was seriously injured during a Tuesday night shooting that took place not far a Dorchester polling site on Election Day.

11/04/2014

Police are looking for this person in connection to a Nov. 1 East Boston sexual assault on Border Street. (Photo credit Boston police)

Police Seek Attacker In Reported East Boston Sexual Assault

Police are asking the public’s help to find the attacker in a reported sexual assault and armed robbery in East Boston on Saturday morning.

11/01/2014

Boston Police (WBZ-TV Photo)

Woman Killed In South End Shooting

Police are investigating an early Saturday morning shooting in the South End that left a woman dead.

11/01/2014

Police body camera (I-Team)

I-Team: Mass. Police Departments Considering Body Cameras

According to a recent survey, as many as 50 Massachusetts police departments are now considering outfitting their officers with cameras.

10/21/2014

(WBZ-TV)

Arrest Made In Alleged North End Assault

Boston police arrested Nieto Wagner, 36, of Fall River, and charged him with a Saturday morning assault.

10/19/2014

One person was injured on Mass Ave. in an overnight shooting. (WBZ-TV)

Woman Hospitalized After Overnight Boston Shooting

An early morning Friday shooting left one woman injured.

10/17/2014

Two Boston Park Rangers were stabbed on Boston Common. (Photo from Jim Smith/WBZ)

Two Park Rangers Stabbed On Boston Common

Two Boston Park Rangers were stabbed on Boston Common Tuesday afternoon.

10/14/2014

(Photo by Michael Springer/Getty Images)

ACLU Report Claims Boston Police More Likely To Stop Blacks

An American Civil Liberties Union report that says black residents of Boston are more likely to be stopped, questioned or searched by police has drawn condemnation from police leadership, who said it was based on old data.

10/09/2014

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