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Local Gun Store Owners Say Firearm Sales Have Increased Before ElectionGun store owners in Middleboro and Plymouth say sales have risen for guns because of the unrest before the election. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
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All Boston Residents Urged To Get Tested For CoronavirusWBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Assumption University Locks Down Campus For A Week Due To Spike In COVID CasesAfter an increase in positive coronavirus cases and students placed in quarantine, Assumption University in Worcester has agreed with the city's Department of Public Health to lock down the campus for the next seven days.
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2 Mass. Men Accused In Ex-Nissan Chairman Escape To Be Sent To JapanWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
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Tufts University Providing Testing For Medford And Somerville Public SchoolsTufts is parterning with Medford and Somerville to test students as they return to class.
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Man Killed In Shooting Is Franklin's First Murder In 23 YearsWBZ TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
MGH Study: Some Coronavirus Patients Experience Persistent Skin ProblemsA study from MGH found that some coronavirus patients are experiencing lasting skin problems.

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