Sal DiMasi answers questions outside federal court, June 15, 2011. (Photo by Bernice Corpuz)

Convicted DiMasi Could Lose State Pension

Former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi could lose his $5,000 a month state pension.


Four teens were sentenced to one year probation and community service for trashing an East Bridgewater home.

East Bridgewater Family Upset With Low Sentence For Trashing Home

An East Bridgewater family is furious over the sentence handed down to four teenagers who trashed their home.


James Grabowski

Drunk Driving Convictions In ’04 Super Bowl Death Thrown Out

An Appeals Court has overturned the OUI convictions of a man who drove into a crowd celebrating the New England Patriots’ 2004 championship, killing James Grabowski.

CBS Boston–03/09/2011

RI officer convicted of rape faces sentencing

A suspended Providence police officer convicted of raping a woman while on duty is scheduled to be sentenced this week.


Court upholds brothers convictions

The Massachusetts Appeals Court has upheld the involuntary manslaughter convictions of twin brothers from Ayer who beat a teenager to death after an Independence Day fireworks show.