Gov. Baker: Orlando Massacre Hit 'Particularly Close To Home'During a press conference at the State House Monday morning regarding public safety after the massacre that killed 49 and wounded more than 50 at an Orlando gay club, Gov. Charlie Baker said the mass shooting hit especially close to home for him, as his brother and several of his friends are gay.
Salem Couple Says 'Drug Trafficking' Caught On Their Surveillance CamerasSomeone keyed their car, so they installed two surveillance cameras.
Security Experts Discuss Keeping A Safe And Secure Workplace At WBZ Business BreakfastSecurity experts discussed the different approaches that can be taken to maintain a safe and secure workplace at the WBZ Business Breakfast on Thursday at The Westin Copley Place in Boston.
Baby Monitors May Be Vulnerable To Hacking, Report SaysA new report from Rapid7, a Boston-based security company, found several of the top Internet-connected monitors lack basic security features.
State To Tighten Security Ahead Of July 4 CelebrationsFederal Homeland Security authorities are increasingly calling for vigilance, some suggesting the terror threat is higher now than at any point since the September 11th attack.
Security Boosted At Fenway Park For New Red Sox SeasonRed Sox fans headed to Fenway Park on Monday for the home opener or anytime this season are going to notice some changes.
U.S. Tightens Security After Terror Attack In FranceIn the wake of the terror attack in France, the U.S. is tightening up its own security.
Police To Use New High-Tech Surveillance At Fourth Of July CelebrationThe security around this year's Fourth of July Esplanade celebration may be more high-tech than ever before.
All Things Travel: The Boston Marathon Changes EverythingDoes Boston need to make a bid for The 2024 Summer Olympics?
Patriots Day Lantern Ceremony Adds Honors For Marathon SurvivorsCeremonies at Boston’s Old North Church Sunday night linked the historic events commemorated every year on Patriots Day and the tragic events at last year’s Boston Marathon.
Officials Announce Safety Measures For Boston Stretch Of Marathon City officials have announced improved public safety measures for the final two miles of the world's oldest marathon,
Marathon Security To Include 3,500 Police; Backpacks DiscouragedMore than 3,500 police officers will patrol this year's Boston Marathon, more than double the number deployed last year, when two bombs exploded near the finish line, killing three people and injuring more than 260.