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Home security camera shows FedEx driver pick up and drive away with family’s bulldog puppies.
Michelle Kerr discusses the loss of her 5-year-old daughter, thrown to her death from a Florida bridge on Thursday.
The father of a 5-year-old girl pulled his daughter from the back seat of his car and then threw her off the Sunshine Skyway bridge.
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh says public money is expected to be needed to improve the city’s transportation infrastructure as it continues wit…
A passenger on a flight from Jamaica was arrested at New York’s Kennedy Airport and accused of trying to smuggle cocaine.
Gov. Charlie Baker plans to meet with top aides as he gets down to the business of governing with a state budget deficit looming.
Heavy snow that reached its peak during the morning commute caused accidents and made for a long ride into work for many drivers.
The U.S. government was not responsible for sustained electronic attacks that crippled North Korea’s Internet infrastructure last month.
A recent breakthrough in treating frostbite has led to doctors treating the patients’ blood, not just the affected limbs and digits.
Extraordinary security measures are being taken during the federal death penalty trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Surveillance video shows a dump truck plowing into two police cruisers, and police say it was no accident.
Engineers at NASA’s Langley Research Center are working to put an astronaut on Mars, and on Thursday, they showed the effort it will take.
Western New England University Campus Police learned Thursday night how to save as many lives as possible in “active shooter” situations.
The U.S. Olympic Committee chose Boston to bid for the 2024 Games in an attempt to bring the Summer Olympics to America after a 28-year gap.
Firefighters put out two preventable fires on Thursday; a mobile home in Springfield, and a damaged a shed in Southwick.
Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester may consider placing Holyoke public schools under state receivership.