Restaurant Owner Remembers Somerville Officer In A Special WayThe owner of Neighborhood Restuarant in Somerville said Officer Louis Remigio was a nice man and a good cop who ate at the restaurant often.
Mandatory Seatbelt Law Goes Before Public Safety CommitteeAAA says a "Primary Seatbelt Bill" that would make wearing a seatbelt mandatory in Massachusetts could save lives and money.
Sweet Tomatoes Driver To Make Plea Decision On Oct. 27The man facing charges in a deadly crash into a Newton pizza restaurant will decide later this month if he wants to plead guilty or go to trial.
Sweet Tomatoes Crash Hearing Focuses On Driver's Multiple SclerosisBradford Casler's attorney says his client's Multiple Sclerosis played a factor in the deadly crash.
Massachusetts Court Changes Definition Of Felony MurderThe Supreme Judicial Court's ruling Wednesday narrows the definition of the state's felony murder law.
Boston To Build Monument To Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Mayor Marty Walsh announced Tuesday that Martin Luther King, Jr. is going to be honored with a statue in the city.
Court: Roadside Drunken Driving Tests Not Valid For PotThe justices said there is currently no reliable scientific test for marijuana impairment.
Boston Sports Teams Unite To Fight RacismAs part of the program, players from the Celtics, Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, and Revolution will be featured in public service announcements that address racism.
Ipswich Fire Chief Accused Of Choking WifeThe Ipswich fire chief is out on paid leave after being charged with domestic violence. Court documents show Gregory Gagnon's wife accused him of threatening to shoot her.
Wellesley Residents Upset Over Wild Party At Rented Airbnb HomeA raucous party at a home rented out on Airbnb has left Wellesley residents upset and asking the Board of Selectmen to do something.
Sweeney Award Posthumously Presented To 10-Year-Old Salem HeroA 10-year-old Salem boy who was tragically killed this summer was honored for his attempts one year prior to save a kayaker.
Man Held On $200K Bail In Chelsea Triple Stabbing; Good Samaritan SoughtA Revere man is due in court in a triple stabbing that left one man dead and another injured early Thursday morning--and police are looking for a good Samaritan they say stopped to help at the scene.
Students Head Back To School In BostonThousands of students at Boston Public Schools headed back to classes Thursday, and Mayor Marty Walsh and Superintendent Tommy Chang made the rounds to welcome them.
Driver In Fatal Sweet Tomatoes Crash Considering Guilty PleaVictims of last year's fatal crash into Newton's Sweet Tomatoes restaurant spoke on the stand about their ordeal Wednesday, as the driver accused in the crash considers a guilty plea.
Sitting, Standing At Work Both Bad For You, Studies SayThere's a new report out that says your stand-up desk might be bad for your health.