Man Charged With Attempted Rape, Kidnapping In BrooklineA Honduran man accused of choking and attempting to rape a woman was arraigned in Brookline District Court on Tuesday.
Expert: Limousines Don't Meet Same Safety Standards As Other VehiclesInvestigators are trying to piece together evidence from the tragic limousine accident that killed 20 people in Scoharie, N.Y. over the weekend.
Sands Resort Part-Owner Unhappy With Blame For Legionnaires' OutbreakThe part-owner and an environmental expert maintained that the outbreak was a "community-wide event" not limited to the Sands Resort.
Relief Fund Being Set Up For Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions VictimsSo many people and businesses have offered to help the victims of the Merrimack Valley gas explosions a foundation will be established to get those resources to them.
30 Lbs Of Marijuana Discovered At Boston Radio StationOn Tuesday, 30 pounds of marijuana was discovered inside a box in a radio station mailroom.
Massachusetts Assists With Hurricane Florence ResponseMassachusetts is sending a FEMA team on the ground to help with Florence response.
Young Democrats Hoping To Make A Splash In PrimaryIn a state known for supporting long-time incumbents, several candidates in Tuesday’s Primary are hoping it will usher in a new generation of Democrats.
Sister Of Hanson Plane Crash Victims: 'I Can't Be Weak Yet'Chelsea Landis's brother Scott died as a result of last week's crash and her brother Patrick was left paralyzed.
Shark Attacks Swimmer At Cape Cod BeachA swimmer was attacked and seriously injured by a shark at a Cape Cod beach Wednesday afternoon.
Thief Steals Dump Truck In Brockton, Takes It For JoyrideSurveillance video shows the perp stealing the dump truck and smashing it through the fence, only to return 45 minutes later.
Billboard Near Gillette Stadium Celebrates Eagles Super Bowl WinA new billboard along Route 1 in Foxboro is pouring salt in the wounds of Patriots fans everywhere.
Charlton Residents Take First Step Toward Banning Recreational Pot FacilitiesAt a packed, special town meeting, residents voted in favor of a ban on the sale and manufacture of recreational pot in Charlton.