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A special prosecutor tried to hold three former guards criminally responsible for the death of the mentally ill state hospital patient eight years ago.
Mike Reiss talks about the Patriots' loss to the Miami Dolphins Monday night.
Community members expressed frustration with police and with each other at a meeting in Mission Hill.
The state's Cannabis Control Commission approved a measure that will allow "cannabis cafes" to open -- like a bar where a person can use marijuana on the premises.
Officials in Maine want to study its lobster fishery and are putting half a million dollars behind it.
Pushed out by the end of temporary status protection, some immigrants are crossing the border illegally to seek refuge in Canada.
"On Point" host Tom Ashbrook has been placed on leave while an outside investigator looks into allegations he bullied young women and men who worked on the show with him.
Lauren Dezenski, a reporter for POLITICO Massachusetts, joined WBUR to discuss the situation.
The publisher of the Boston Herald announced Friday that the newspaper's media company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Ashbrook will be on leave from WBUR while an outside organization hired by Boston University examines these allegations.
The governor's office says a state audit slamming the Department of Children and Families is too harsh.
Several people with careers in the classical music industry outline why they think incidents of sexual harassment and abuse have often occurred in their field.
The trial of three former corrections officers continued with a visit to the cell where Joshua Messier died.
It looks likely that we''ll see a plowable snow Saturday, especially in places just away from the coastline.
Switching up high schoolers' schedules has been a district priority due in large part to a growing convergence of sleep science and educational activism.
Unlike legal action at the state level, these suits would seek damages that would go directly to the communities.
A conference for police officers to discuss ideas on treating addiction and helping addicts before they are arrested met in Boston this week.
After a bone marrow transplant failed, staff at Boston Children's Hospital put together a wedding for Yanira and her fiance.
The nonprofit Miracle Messages tracks down the friends and family of people living in shelters. It installed its first kiosk at Boston's Pine Street Inn.