Pedestrian crashes are a major problem in Boston, and while city planners have lowered the speed limit to 25 mph, put in speed bumps, lights and other traffic-calming measures in several neighborhoods, some -- including Mayor Marty... Read More
Lawyers for Aaron Hernandez are suing the NFL and the New England Patriots over his death after a brain study showed the former football star suffered from a "severe case" of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic... Read More
Playing tackle football under the age of 12 is now linked to greater risk of health problems later in life, according to a new study from Boston University researchers released Tuesday. Read More
Police cannot use the standard field sobriety tests to definitively determine that a driver is too high to drive, according to a decision the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court handed down Tuesday morning. Read More
Video has emerged of the moment a sewer truck hit an ambulance with a patient inside last week. Read More
Seven hundred first responders, including troops from the Massachusetts National Guard and members of regional technical rescue teams, were at Camp Edward to partake in a huge drill to prepare them for a variety of mass casualty... Read More
Hundreds of first responders took part in one of the biggest mass casualty drills in state history.
Massachusetts fire and building officials have joined those in Boston in reviewing codes regarding construction of large wood-frame buildings following a series of fires. Read More
Boston Police Commissioner William Evans spoke on Capitol Hill Wednesday, sharing lessons learned in Boston in fighting terrorism. Read More
Massachusetts is taking action to fix parking problems in Boston after an NBC Boston Investigators report.
The white powder envelope addressed to Donald Trump Jr. that landed his wife, Vanessa, in the hospital after she opened it at her Manhattan apartment Monday contained seven short sentences and was rife with curses and insults...
It was broad daylight in midtown Manhattan when Julio Nivelo spied the prime opportunity of his decades-long career in crime – the Super Bowl, as he called it, of get-rich-quick heists. A large black pail sat in the back of...