Violence in the Middle East has sparked protests in Boston.
A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a naive college kid who was prosecuted because he was a “friend of the bomber,” a defense lawyer said Wednesday, while prosecutors told a jury the man was an active participant in a plan to protect Tsarnaev by removing altered fireworks and other items from his dorm room.
Joshua Kaye died from a curable form of E. Coli.
A teen riding a motor scooter was run down by a speeding car in Dorchester Wednesday night.
Here’s a look at the coverage of Hurricane Arthur from WBZ-TV reporters from around the region.
The latest in a long and ever-growing series of for-profit Bulger-based books and films, “WHITEY” runs afoul of at least one family member of Bulger’s alleged victims.
It’s been four years, but MJ and Aaron Gouveia can still hear the protesters’ screams.
Dozens of mourners held a candlelight vigil at the Beacon Street intersection where a Brookline couple was killed Saturday night.
The state’s highest court ruled Tuesday that voters can decide the fate of the casino gambling law, throwing the future of casinos in Massachusetts into question.
The renewed violence in Iraq is reopening wounds for local Iraq war veterans.