The Massachusetts Senate has unanimously approved a bill that would allow victims of domestic violence to take up to 15 days of leave from their jobs without facing penalties from their employers.
For years, a local family has been trying to get the state to toughen up the laws and keep repeat violent offenders in prison.
Law professors and students from Northeastern University will soon be offering free legal services to Boston-area entrepreneurs.
Authorities have charged a Haverhill teen with motor vehicle homicide after the say he was texting and driving when he caused a fatal crash.
A 11-year-old Salisbury boy has been summonsed on a charge of assault and battery after police say he was bullying children on a school bus.
Forget to wear a seat belt in Rhode Island and you might be pulled over and fined $75 under a bill pending in the General Assembly.
I’m curious as to why it takes so long for people on death row to get what they have coming to them?
WBZ’s Neil Chayet is all poetry and prose in this case.
Two years after passing a law that required medical companies to disclose their gifts to doctors, Massachusetts legislators may now strike it down.