Here are fire safety tips for celebrating Halloween including using battery-operated candles and flashlights for a safer Halloween.
The popularity of pumpkin products has spiked in the last few years, but what has that success meant for the farmers who grow pumpkins?
Running is great exercise but there may be an unexpected downside to running, problems with your teeth.
Each year, more people are killed by gunfire in the U.S. However, fewer people in Mass. die from gun violence than in any other state.
If you drove, parked, and walked in to pick up your food, does the person who packaged your meal deserve compensation?
Jurors in the federal trial of a friend of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have ended a fifth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
Several major retailers are rejecting Apple Pay and Google Wallet, saying they’ll develop their own system instead.
Items from the estate of P.T. Barnum’s family are up for grabs in Brookfield, Wisconsin.
Kentucky officials say copper thieves are putting motorists at risk by stripping wiring from interstate lighting systems.
Hawaii residents speed up evacuations as lava flow nears neighborhood.
A 5-year-old New York City boy is undergoing testing for Ebola; nurse freed from New Jersey quarantine.
Large buck crashes through Iowa furniture store.
Thousands showed up to watch the World Beard and Moustache Championships in Portland, Ore. Oct. 25, 2014.
Massachusetts gas prices have fallen another eight cents per gallon in the past week, and are now down 29 cents in the past month.
Officials have released the causes of death for the gunman in a Seattle-area school shooting, and one of the two girls he killed.
Man crashes car into Ten Commandments statue outside of Oklahoma capitol building, threatens President Obama.
Gunman accused of killing two California deputies and wounding a third apprehended after breaking into occupied Auburn home.