Revere Man Arrested For Leaving Dog To 'Mercy Of The Next High Tide'Elias Pacheco-Osario was arrested for allegedly chaining a dog to a steel rod on Short Beach in Revere.
Milford Man Killed In Crash On I-95 Ramp In WestonA 73-year-old man from Milford was killed in a crash in Weston Friday morning.
Retired State Police Captain Francis Hart Arrested On Child Pornography ChargesAccording to Attorney General Maura Healey, Francis Hart has been under investigation since January.
Fallen Debris Causes Massive Delays Saturday On Mass Pike In CharltonDebris falling from an overpass in Charlton caused major traffic issues Saturday.
1 Dead After Car Rolls Over, Lands Upside In Water Off I-95One man is dead and another is injured after a serious crash on Interstate 95 in Dedham Saturday morning.
LOOK: Police Find 3,100 Bags Of Heroin In Frosted Flakes Cereal BoxTwo Vermont men are facing drug trafficking charges after a trooper in western Massachusetts pulled them over and found 3,100 bags of heroin inside a cereal box. 
Massachusetts State Police Seek Horse Donations For Mounted UnitMassachusetts State Police are looking to add "a few good horses" to the force.
Additional Charges Possible Against 'Rise Of The Moors' Suspects After I-95 Standoff With State PoliceInvestigators said Sunday additional charges are possible against 11 men who were arrested Saturday after an armed standoff with Massachusetts State Police.
I-Team: Jahmal Latimer Identified As Leader Of Wakefield Standoff Suspects Called 'Rise Of The Moors'I-Team sources say Jahmal Latimer, also known as Talib Abdulla Bey, is the self-proclaimed head of "Rise Of The Moors",  a group of the heavily-armed men who were arrested on Route 95 in Wakefield.
11 People Charged After Standoff In Wakefield On I-95; 8 Publicly Identified By PoliceThe individuals, comprised of 10 men and one 17-year-old, claimed to be part of a group called “The Rise of The Moors – The Moorish American Arms.”
Wakefield Standoff Suspects Claim To Be Part Of Group Called 'Rise Of The Moors'State Police said the group was headed from Rhode Island to Maine for training.