- 1 dead, 1 injured after car strikes ceiling of tunnel
March 26, 201710:11 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Authorities say one person was killed and another was injured after the car they were in went airborne and struck the ceiling of a tunnel in Boston.
- Police cite Massachusetts sixth-grader for trespassing
March 25, 20176:40 PM ET
WEST HARWICH, Mass. (AP) — Police in Massachusetts served a sixth-grader with no-trespass orders after neighbors grew wary of the girl cutting through their properties to get to and from her school bus stop.
- 'SNL' star doesn't back away from Boston racism comment
March 25, 20172:15 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — "Saturday Night Live" star Michael Che (CHAY) is not backing away from comments he made about Boston, when he called it the "most racist city" he has ever visited.
- Korean War soldier from Massachusetts to get final farewell
March 25, 201712:50 PM ET
HOLYOKE, Mass. (AP) — A Korean War soldier from Massachusetts is finally getting a proper farewell 67 years after he was reported missing in action.
- Man who threatened Bill Clinton arraigned in dad's killing
March 24, 20176:26 PM ET
UXBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man who served prison time for threatening to kill President Bill Clinton in 1994 has been ordered detained without bail in connection with the slaying of his 83-year-old father.
- Prosecutors: Massachusetts man ran over ex-wife 4 times
March 24, 20177:02 AM ET
DEDHAM, Mass. (AP) — Prosecutors in Massachusetts say a man ran over his ex-wife four times in the driveway of their Quincy home, killing her, after they fought over his alleged gambling last year.
- Found while cycling Boston's streets: A new spirituality
March 24, 201712:32 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Bicycling through Boston's twisting, traffic-clogged streets may seem more about self-preservation than spiritual enlightenment.
- JFK diary written in post-World War II Europe up for auction
March 23, 20173:06 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — A diary kept by a young John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II in which he reflected on Hitler, the ambitions of the Soviet Union and the weakness of the United Nations is up for auction.
- US group sues ex-Haitian mayor over human rights claims
March 23, 20172:48 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — A U.S. human rights organization filed a federal lawsuit Thursday in Massachusetts against the former mayor of a small town in Haiti on behalf of three Haitian citizens who allege he violently persecuted them.
- Judge refuses to cut sentence for man convicted of killing 3
March 23, 20171:22 PM ET
WOBURN, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man convicted of killing a pregnant woman and her two children 30 years ago has lost his bid for a shorter sentence.
- Suspect in Massachusetts liquor store robbery found sleeping
March 23, 20178:44 AM ET
PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Police in Massachusetts didn't have to look far for a suspect in the knifepoint robbery of a Pittsfield liquor store.
- Ex-pharmacy exec convicted in deadly meningitis outbreak
March 22, 20176:41 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — The former head of a Massachusetts pharmacy was acquitted Wednesday of murder allegations but convicted of racketeering and other crimes in a meningitis outbreak that was traced to fungus-contaminated drugs and killed 64 people across the country.
- For juveniles sentenced to Shakespeare, the world's a stage
March 22, 201712:34 AM ET
PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — For some juvenile offenders, their choice is straight out of Hamlet: to act or not to act.
- Cops: Cocaine trafficker lived in public housing for elderly
March 21, 20173:34 PM ET
TAUNTON, Mass. (AP) — A 74-year-old Massachusetts man living in public housing for the elderly faces drug trafficking charges after police say they found cocaine valued at about $150,000 in his unit.
- Remains of soldier reported MIA in 1950 are returning home
March 21, 20172:42 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — The remains of an Army medic from Massachusetts who was reported missing in action during the Korean War in 1950 are returning home for burial, military officials said Tuesday.