Senate Passes Marijuana Bill Calling For Revisions To LawThe Massachusetts Senate passed a bill Thursday calling for revisions to the state voter-approved recreational marijuana law, setting the stage for negotiations with the House, which just a day earlier backed a more far-reaching overhaul.
Keller @ Large: Proposed Healthcare Bill Would Have Impacts In MassachusettsGovernor Charlie Baker is warning of a billion dollar bite out of the state budget if the House bill was to pass.
'Emotional Support' Dog Kills Neighbor's Cat In Dedham ApartmentA cat was killed in a vicious attack at a Dedham apartment complex.
Community Rallies Around Boy In Need After Girl's Act Of KindnessFrom the heart of a little girl, a community comes together to help one family.
Summer Of Savings: MIT Museum's 'Idea Hub'The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is doing its part to keep kids engaged and enriched while school is out, avoiding the dreaded "summer slide."
Chelmsford Police Still Looking For Shotgun Taken From Unmarked CruiserChelmsford Police are searching for a missing police shotgun taken Wednesday night from the trunk of a stolen unmarked police car.
Braintree Police Investigate Suspicious Death At HotelThe body of a 19-year-old woman was found early Thursday morning at the Hyatt Place Hotel.
Boyfriend Held Without Bail In Murder Of Malden MotherRyan Power, 32, is accused of killing Leah Penny, 31, in their Lebanon Street home.
No Verdict Reached On Third Day Of Deliberations In Bella Bond Murder TrialJurors in the Bella Bond murder trial deliberated for a second full day of deliberations Thursday morning, but again did not reach a verdict.
Longtime WBZ Personality Neil Chayet Retiring After 42-Year Broadcast Career“This is Neil Chayet – Looking at the Law!” Chances are you have heard those signature words on your radio over the years.
Driver Rescued After Truck Crashes Off Bridge In RochesterA man was trapped in the cab of a truck for 40 minutes Thursday morning as crews worked to rescue him.
The Massachusetts Senate Continues Work On Recreational Marijuana BillRecreational marijuana backers are angry over Legislature debating bills supporters say will undo the measure passed by voters in November.