The widow of one of Whitey Bulger’s victims has lost her bid for a larger share of the mobster’s assets.
On the same day Boston’s new police commissioner promised a crackdown on violent crime, the city had its first two homicides of the new year.
While the number of homicides in the city of Boston continues to decline, solving those crimes has proven to be somewhat of a challenge for police.
Whitey Bulger still faces possible trials in Florida and Oklahoma for murders there that could end with him getting the death penalty.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request to hear an appeal from a British man who was convicted of killing his wife and infant daughter in Hopkinton.
Lawyers for Neil Entwistle filed the request last year, and the court is scheduled to decide Jan. 11 whether it will consider the case.
The lawyer for Steven Spader says he’s thinking of exploiting a Supreme Court ruling to seek a reduction of his client’s sentence.
A private eye from North Texas wants you to question everything you’ve heard. He says the real killer wasn’t O.J., but probably someone very close to him.
A Lynn man charged with killing his mother and grandmother, dumping their bodies behind an elementary school, then trying to flee to Canada, has been ordered held without bail at his arraignment.
The trial of two men accused of gunning down three adults and a toddler during a drug robbery in Boston is in the hands of the jury.