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Man dies after being electrocuted in NH


A man died after being electrocuted in Keene, N.H. Saturday. More>>

Mass. Most Wanted: April 19


This week Bob Ward brings four separate cases from robberies to stolen credit cards and more.

Man arrested on OUI charges after crash with 7-year-old in car


A man was arrested for operating under the influence with a 7-year-old in the car after a three-car crash in East Providence Thursday. More>>

Body found off Rt. 190 consistent in height, weight of Jeremiah Oliver

The Worcester County District Attorney's office says a body found off Route 190 in Sterling Friday is consistent in height and weight with that of missing Fitchburg boy Jeremiah Oliver. More>>

Family of missing 5-year-old Fitchburg boy distraught over body found


The uncle of 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver was distraught to learn a body found on the side of a central Massachusetts highway may be that of his missing nephew. More>>

Man in truck approaches child, tells him to get in


A young boy was walking in Fairhaven when he was approached by a suspicious person who told him to get in his truck. More>>

One transported to hospital and another arrested after car hits building


One person was transported to the hospital with minor injuries and another was arrested after a car hit a building in Cambridge Saturday. More>>

Missing Rehoboth woman found dead


A Rehoboth woman who was reported missing was found dead in her car Friday night. More>>

Bunnies ready for adoption just in time for Easter


As Easter Sunday approaches, the Animal Rescue League is reminding local residents that rabbits make great household pets. More>>

Homeless man arrested in connection with Waltham bank robbery


A homeless man was arrested in connection with a Waltham bank robbery Friday. More>>

Marathon Daffodil project lights up race route with hope


One hundred thousand daffodils were planted along the Boston Marathon route after the bombings last year. More>>

MIT community remembers fallen Officer Sean Collier

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology community honored Officer Sean Collier with a ceremony Friday. More>>

Boston Strong runners prepare for Monday's race


Thousands of runners who will be a part of the 118th running of the Boston Marathon have arrived in Boston, and those runners know just how special this year's 26.2 mile run will be. More>>

Fatal Mass. Pike crash victims identified

Two people died in an early morning crash on the Mass. Pike in Framingham Wednesday. More>>

Rehoboth woman missing since Tuesday


A 57-year-old woman from Rehoboth has been missing since Tuesday. More>>

Woman injured after train overturns


A woman was injured in Worcester when a model steam engine overturned. More>>

Cambridge teacher arrested on child porn charges, admits to taping kids


A Cambridge teacher arrested in connection with child pornography charges has admitted to filming children in locker rooms. More>>

92-year-old Marine receives long overdue medal


Sergeant Jessie James Jackson, 92, stood proudly Thursday to receive a medal that was long overdue. More>>

Second suspect arrested in connection with murder of Waltham teen


The second suspect wanted in connection with the March 20 shooting of a Waltham teen was arrested Thursday. More>>

Radio equipment seized from 3 illegal stations in Boston area


Radio equipment was seized from three illegal stations in the Boston area. More>>

Quiet city turned to war zone after Marathon bombings


Before the Boston Marathon bombings, many outside Massachusetts had never heard of Watertown. One of the accused terrorists was captured in the city, the other killed. More>>

Michaels confirms breach of as many as 2.6M cards


Michaels Stores Inc. says Thursday that about 2.6 million cards used at its namesake stores may have been affected in a security breach but it has received "limited" reports of fraud. More>>

Hernandez associate linked to gun-running ordered held

The Florida man charged with lying to a federal grand jury investigating gun trafficking and former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was ordered held without bail by a federal magistrate judge. More>>

Officials: Dorchester house explosion caused by gas leak

A Dorchester house explosion that sent 12 people to the hospital and knocked the entire building off of its foundation Wednesday was caused by a natural gas leak. More>>

Wedding bells ring for Boston Marathon survivor


An injured survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing is celebrating a personal milestone. More>>

Man tied to Aaron Hernandez charged with lying to federal grand jury

Oscar Hernandez was arrested Wednesday night on federal charges amid allegations that he lied to a federal grand jury in a gun trafficking investigation that began after a June 2013 homicide in North Attleboro. More>>

Fire crews battle blaze at 6-story building in Cambridge

Firefighters responded to a blaze at a 6-story building in Cambridge overnight. More>>

4 friends injured at marathon rally around victim who lost leg


Four friends, all injured while standing at the Marathon finish line last year, rally around their friend who lost her leg that same day. More>>

1 arrested, 2 suspects wanted for stealing safe containing $210K


Police arrested one out of three suspects wanted for stealing a safe that contained about $210,000 in N.H. Monday. More>>

Patrick names Gants state's chief justice


Ralph Gants, an associate justice of the Supreme Judicial Court, was nominated by Gov. Deval Patrick on Thursday to serve as chief justice of the state's highest court. More>>

Officials give all clear after reported bomb threat at UMass Boston

Officials gave an all clear Thursday around 3 p.m. after UMass Boston ordered faculty and students inside the Wheatley Building to evacuate due to a reported bomb threat. More>>

Billerica high school students give up phones for tween fighting Leukemia


Billerica high school students are giving up their cell phones for 30 days to help raise money for a local 12-year-old who is battling Leukemia. More>>

Death penalty repeal fails by 1 vote in N.H.

New Hampshire's Senate has voted to leave intact the state's centuries-old death penalty. More>>

Funeral held for Boston police officer

A funeral was held Thursday for Boston Police Officer Dennis "DJ" Simmonds. More>>

Judge rules bombing suspect allowed to see victims' autopsy pics

Federal Judge George O'Toole ruled Wednesday that accused Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be allowed to see autopsy pictures of those killed in the attack. More>>

Family puppy hanged in Winchendon


Police are searching for the person who left a dog hanging from a tree in Winchendon Monday. More>>

Pension credits for toll workers could cost taxpayers $12 million

Some people are criticizing a new bill moving quickly through Beacon Hill that would give toll takers a boost of free credit on their pensions for time they haven't worked at the taxpayer's expense. More>>

Attempted sexual assault reported in Porter Square


An attempted sexual assault was reported in Porter Square Wednesday. More>>

Accused Ponzi schemer charged with federal criminal contempt


A West Roxbury man convicted for running one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in recent history was charged with federal criminal contempt Wednesday, accused of spending thousands of dollars on himself instead of setting aside the cash for victims. More>>

What's up for the weekend: April 18-20


Egg hunts, Record Store Day, and more is on tap this weekend.

'Boston Strong' magazine cover released

Sports Illustrated released their latest cover that features an image of hundreds of Bostonians at the Marathon finish line. More>>

IMAGES: Tributes to Boston Marathon victims, survivors

Tributes to the Boston Marathon victims could be seen throughout the city Tuesday.

Timeline of the Marathon bombings preserved on social media


Another Boston Marathon on a beautiful Patriot's Day, this one perhaps chronicled more than any other before on social media. More>>

Attorneys for suspect charged in finish line hoax cite history of mental illness

A 25-year-old Wakefield man was held on $100,000 bail and sent to Bridgewater State Hospital Wednesday after police say he carried a rice cooker filled with confetti to the finish line of the Boston Marathon. More>>

Police: Holyoke man sold heroin with son in car


A Holyoke man is facing charges for allegedly selling heroin out of his car with his 6-year-old son unrestrained in the rear seat. More>>

Casual marijuana use linked with brain abnormalities, study finds

Casual marijuana use may come with some not-so-casual side effects. More>>

Police: Man found drowned in waters off Onset

A man was pronounced dead in Wareham Monday after police found him in the water off Sias Point. More>>

Former Lynnfield resident found dead in Nicaragua

A Wyoming woman originally from Lynnfield who had been reported missing while on a church mission trip in Nicaragua has been found dead. More>>

IMAGES: Wreath laying ceremony held on Boylston Street

Family members of the Boston Marathon bombing victims joined state officials on Boylston Street Tuesday morning for a wreath laying ceremony. More>>

Worcester police warn residents of 'knockout game'-style attacks

Police are warning residents about three random attacks that took place throughout the city. More>>

Team 415 Strong


The next time you wonder whether you're capable of something, or second guess yourself, remember Dave Fortier and Lee Ann Yanni. More>>

Massachusetts extends state tax filing deadline


Tax procrastinators will have a few more days to file their state returns in Massachusetts. More>>

Victim of deadly Cape shooting identified as Wareham man

Cape Cod authorities say a 22-year-old Wareham man has died after being found lying shot on a street. More>>

Tsarnaev's wife subpoenaed in Waltham triple murder investigation

The attorney for the wife of the dead Boston Marathon bombing suspect says a federal grand jury asked her for items that belonged to one of the victims in a triple slaying in a Boston suburb nearly three years ago. More>>

Man dies in New Bedford fire


One person died after a fire in New Bedford Tuesday. More>>

Total lunar eclipse to reveal 'Blood Moon' early Tuesday

Look to the sky with the naked eye! The first total lunar eclipse of 2014 occurs in the overnight hours tonight and will be visible across most of North America, South America, Hawaii and parts of Alaska. More>>

Lawmakers propose new strategies on autism

State lawmakers are proposing new strategies for addressing the needs of a growing number of children diagnosed with autism. More>>

1 person dies after fire in Methuen

Authorities say one person has died in a Methuen house fire, the second fatal blaze in town this year. More>>

Boston police officer hit by car

A Boston police officer was hit by a car at the intersection of Boylston and Dartmouth streets Sunday. More>>

IMAGES: Coast-to-coast 'One Run' ends at Boston Marathon finish line

A month-long coast-to-coast relay to raise money for a charity aiding marathon bombing victims wrapped up Sunday at the finish line in Boston. More>>

Outpouring of support for fiancee of Ft. Hood shooting victim

The town of Holbrook showed their support for a resident whose fiancee was killed in the shooting at Fort Hood. More>>

Fire officials investigate arson spree in Southbridge

The State Fire Marshal is assisting officials in Southbridge as they investigate five intentionally-set fires. More>>

Some Brockton officials back drug testing for school employees

Some Brockton officials are reportedly supporting random drug tests for teachers and other public school employees. More>>

Officials identify 2 killed after truck tipped over

Two Massachusetts men working on high-tension power lines are dead after their bucket truck tipped over while they were in the basket more than 100 feet in the air. More>>

Mass. Most Wanted: April 12


This week Bob Ward brings four separate cases from robberies to credit card thefts and more. More>>

Boston officials announce marathon public safety measures


Boston city officials have announced improved public safety measures for the final two miles of the world's oldest marathon. More>>

Carlos Ortiz, Ernest Wallace charged with murder in death of Odin Lloyd

Both Carlos Ortiz and Ernest Wallace, associates of Aaron Hernandez, were charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd Friday. More>>

Fallen police officer's father: I'll always be proud of him

A line of Boston police officers and a procession of blue lights lit up Randolph Friday in remembrance of an officer who died after suffering a medical emergency at the Boston Police Academy. More>>

Elderly man struck and killed in hit and run accident


An elderly man was hit and killed in a hit and run accident in Worcester Saturday. More>>

Boston, firefighters reach tentative labor deal


The city of Boston has reached a tentative labor contract with its firefighters union, marking the first time since 2001 that the two sides have struck a deal without arbitration. More>>

NH man died in single car crash


A 25-year-old man died in a single car crash Saturday. More>>

New real-time traffic signs to be unveiled despite problems with existing ones

Governor Deval Patrick is set to unveil new, real-time traffic signs for the Cape Cod area, despite the fact that 43 similar boards around the state are reportedly broken. More>>

Body found in East Boston


Boston police started a death investigation Saturday after finding a body in East Boston. More>>

Duck Tour involved in crash


A Duck Tour vehicle was involved in a crash Saturday. More>>

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