Man Dies Trying To Save Boat Off SwampscottA man has died after he was pulled from the water off Swampscott Wednesday afternoon.
Boston Human Rights Center Could Help Take In Syrian RefugeesMaking it to the United States would be logistically challenging for Syrian refugees when compared to many European nations, but Thursday the Pope himself told American lawmakers that they must welcome those in need.
Police Investigate Shooting Near Northeastern UniversityBoston Police say pedestrians on Huntington Avenue are “fortunate” they weren’t hit by stray bullets around 4:30 Tuesday afternoon.
Man Struck, Killed By Red Line Train In DorchesterA man was struck and killed by a Red Line train at the JFK/UMass station Monday afternoon.
Mass. Woman Fired For Using Medical MarijuanaA woman with Crohn's disease was fired after her drug test had come back positive for marijuana.
Car Buyers Rethinking Choices As Gas Prices DropDrivers are doing double takes as they pass by gas stations advertising regular unleaded for less than $2.00 per gallon.
Pregnant Woman Attacked, Robbed In PlymouthPlymouth Police are looking for a man who knocked a pregnant woman to the ground and robbed her early Tuesday evening.
Police Warn Women After Attacks In Harvard SquareCambridge Police are reminding women in and around the Harvard Square area to be careful when they're walking at night.
Artist Fights Back After Retailers Steal Tom Brady Courtroom SketchThe courtroom artist made famous by her DeflateGate renderings of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady now has to deal with people stealing her sketches.
Johnny Depp Opens Up About Transforming Into Whitey Bulger In Black MassHis likeness to the convicted murderer is remarkable, and now we know how Johnny Depp found his focus when it came to portraying James “Whitey” Bulger.
Tom Brady Sketch Artist Gets Second Chance In CourtThe courtroom sketch artist who took a beating on social media for her Tom Brady sketch has been practicing for her next attempt Monday.
Retired Boston Police Detective Killed In HaitiAfter retiring from the BPD in 2012, Yves Dambreville moved to Haiti and helped train members of the local police.