Jennifer Mercado is the only relative of Aaron Hernandez to testify in his trial so far, telling the jury what he told her after his arrest in the murder of Odin LLoyd.
Boston Marathon bombing survivors Celeste Corcoran and Jeff Bauman are getting stronger every day.
A ballistics expert has testified that 56 bullets were fired at police in Watertown during a violent confrontation with the Boston Marathon bombers days after the 2013 attack.
A new exhibit unlike any other ever done at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts lets you become part of the art.
Two Fitchburg brothers who were seriously burned by a bonfire explosion in November say they owe their lives to the firefighters who saved them.
Through music, laughs — and sometime silly wigs — hundreds of kids are getting the opportunity to tackle some tough subjects.
A homeless man authorities allege stole an aircraft warning beacon from atop the Zakim Bridge has been ordered to undergo further mental health evaluation.
Inmates serving life sentences for murders committed when they were juveniles are constitutionally entitled to lawyers and expert witnesses at their parole hearings, the state’s highest court ruled Monday.
The fifth annual White House Science Fair showcased Science, Techonology, Engineering and Math projects from students nationwide.
One man was shot and killed in a Worcester apartment early Sunday morning, according to police.