'I Worked My Heart And Soul Out': Last Day On The Job For Boston Police Commissioner William EvansEvans has spent four decades on the force and is now leaving for a job at Boston College.
William Evans Looks Back At Career With Boston PoliceCommissioner Evans is preparing to leave the force he's served after 38 years.
William Gross To Succeed Evans As Boston Police CommissionerWilliam Gross will become the first person of color ever to lead the 2,200-person Boston Police Department.
Man Killed In South End ShootingPolice are asking for witnesses to come forward after a man was fatally shot in the South End Sunday morning.
'Boston Free Speech Rally' Organizers Planning November EventThe organizers of last month's "Boston Free Speech Rally," which drew thousands of protesters to Boston Common but featured very few actual attendees, say they're planning another event for November.
Evans: Boston Free Speech Rally Response Was 'A Great Day For Our City'Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said their plan for the Boston Free Speech Rally went just as expected, and said he was impressed by the number of protesters who stood against bigotry and hate.
Man Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Dorchester 17-Year-OldThe Suffolk County DA's office said Khamonie McCalop is charged with the murder of 17-year-old Christopher Menard.
Dorchester, Roxbury Communities On Edge After 4 Shootings In 4 HoursFive people were shot overnight in four different locations in Roxbury and Dorchester--though Boston Police say they don't believe any of the shootings were connected.
Departed Members Of Boston Police Department Honored At Memorial ServiceHundreds of members of the Boston Police Department gathered at Mount Hope Cemetery Sunday morning to honor their fellow law enforcement officers who have died this year.
Mother Of Man Shot By Police: 'He Did Not Have A Knife'Boston Police shot and killed an emotionally disturbed man overnight after they said he attacked officers and EMTs with a knife--but the man's mother claims he was not armed and was not acting violently.
Boston Police Add $89,000 Ice Cream Truck To Patrol FleetIt will be used as part of "Operation Hoodsie Cup," a community policing initiative that has distributed roughly 120,000 free ice cream cups since 2010.
Boston Police Commissioner Runs Houston MarathonThe commissioner ran the marathon as a member of Team MR8, the official running team of the Martin Richard Foundation.