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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at his sentencing on June 24, 2015. (Sketch credit Jane Rosenberg)

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Apologizes For Boston Marathon Bombings

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized Wednesday in his first public statement since the attacks in April 2013.


A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the newly renovated Hatch Shell Oval Lawn on Friday. (Photo by Ken Tucci/WBZ-TV)

Esplanade’s Renovated Lawn Unveiled At Hatch Shell

After several months of renovations, the Hatch Shell Oval Lawn was unveiled during a ceremony on Friday at the Esplanade.


Eric Rampley hugs his daughter Macenzie after popping out of a birthday gift to surprise her. (WBZ-TV)

Maynard Soldier Surprises Young Daughter With Return From Overseas

A Maynard student was surprised to find her father returned home from Korea, where he served in the Army.


W.A.T.C.H. 's top summer safety traps for 2015. (WBZ-TV)

Swimming Pool Items Lead Top 10 List Of ‘Summer Safety Traps’

A national toy safety group unveiled its list of “summer safety traps” Tuesday.


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Dive Team Pulls Woman From Fatal Framingham Car Crash Into Pond

Police say a brother and sister died and a third person was seriously hurt when the car they were in flipped and crashed into a Framingham pond.


A fan is attended to by medical staff after she was hit by a broken bat during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics in the second inning at Fenway Park on June 5. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Injury To Fenway Fan Has Some Thinking About Safety

Over the past three days, bats have flown into the stands in at least three cities.


Shane Farrell.  (Family Photo)

Family In ‘State Of Profound Shock’ After Mansfield Teen Killed

Shane Farrell, 13, was hit and killed by a school bus on Wednesday afternoon.


Boston police sealed off a plaza parking lot after a shooting involving a terror suspect (WBZ-TV)

Officers Warned To Take Social Media Precautions After Boston Shooting

Military and law enforcement personnel are urged to watch what they post on social media.


Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans leads a meeting with community leaders before watching the surveillance video Wednesday. (Media pool Photo)

Clergy, Civil Rights Leaders Say Video Shows Rahim Not Shot In Back By Officers

Authorities showed local clergy and civil rights leaders the video of Tuesday’s fatal shooting of a man under surveillance by terrorist investigators.


The missing art from the Boston Public Library (WBZ-TV)

Boston Library President: Missing $600K Artwork Last Seen In April ’14

Amy Ryan said she didn’t find out about the disappearance for almost a year.