Robin Williams, the Academy Award winner and comic supernova whose explosions of pop culture riffs and impressions dazzled audiences for decades and made him a gleamy-eyed laureate for the Information Age, died Monday in an apparent suicide.
The I-Team found some Massachusetts school districts falling well below standards when it comes to one measure of mental health services for students.
John Burbine was charged with sexually abusing children in a Wakefield day care.
A former Fortune 500 executive told police he was depressed and aiming to kill himself when he drove his full-size pickup truck across a grassy highway median, went airborne and crushed to death a young Vermont couple expecting their first child in January.
Internet freedom activist Aaron Swartz was “killed by the government,” his father told mourners Tuesday during his son’s funeral in suburban Chicago.
The Kansas City Chiefs won their second game of the season after an emotional Saturday when a teammate took his own life and that of his girlfriend.
A group opposed to a ballot question that would allow terminally ill patients to self-administer life-ending drugs has returned a $250,000 donation from a conservative Mississippi-based organization with anti-gay views.
There have been some alarming findings on suicide circumstances.
As she continues her series “Cries for Help,” WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mary Blake reports on the problem of bullying and teen suicide.
The National Institute of Mental Health has compiled statistics on suicide and has found that for every teen suicide you hear of, there are another 25 suicide attempts.