Ken MacLeod

Dylan Polin. (WBZ-TV)

Norwood Man Defends Red Line Parkour Flip, Discourages Copycats

The man who posted a viral video of him flipping over the Red Line train said he is proud of his dangerous move.

01/13/2015

Dan Wasserman (WBZ-TV)

Boston Globe Cartoonist Fights Back After Paris Attack

Like so many other cartoonists around the world, a shaken Dan Wasserman answered the slaughter of his Paris brethren – at the drawing table.

01/08/2015

Dachshund seized from Westminster kennel (WBZ-TV)

Dozens Of Dogs Seized From Westminster Kennel

Animal welfare authorities have seized 69 dogs from a central Massachusetts kennel where they were being kept in outdoor cages.

01/06/2015

Tanicia Goodwin pleaded guilty to slashing her children's throats. (WBZ-TV)

Salem Mother Pleads Guilty To Slashing Children’s Throats

Tanicia Goodwin of Salem appeared in Salem Superior Court on Friday and pleaded guilty to seven charges

01/02/2015

First Boston baby born in 2015 (Photo credit: Massachusetts General Hospital)

The First Boston Baby Born In 2015

The first Boston baby of the new year was born at Massachusetts General Hospital.

01/01/2015

Police say a witness took this photo of Amarellis Cermeno after the Dec. 30 incident. (Photo credit: Haverhill Police)

Woman Charged With Vandalizing Haverhill Church, Swinging Crucifix At Police

A Haverhill woman was brought to court Wednesday, accused in a bizarre series of events.

12/31/2014

Boston Police cruiser.(WBZ-TV)

Teens Charged With Attacking 2 Boston Police Officers

Two Boston police officers ended up in the hospital after they were attacked by a group of teenagers, police said.

12/30/2014

Robert Moulton (WBZ-TV)

Judge Releases Fired Dracut High School Teacher

A judge ordered the release of a Dracut teacher Friday after he was arrested for returning to the high school where he was banned.

12/19/2014

Jason Rivers (WBZ-TV)

Man Who Killed Westminster Officer Seeks Release For Christmas

Jason Rivers admitted to fatally shooting a police officer in 1999.

12/18/2014

Bryan Bishop (WBZ-TV)

Gay Veterans Group Allowed To March In South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The organizers of Boston’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade voted to allow a group representing gay veterans to march next year, a dramatic turnaround for an organization that has long resisted the inclusion of gays.

12/16/2014

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