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AM Briefing: Medical Malpractice Changes; N.H. Police Knew Suspect Was Armed

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Good morning. Top local stories and what we're watching this Wednesday:

-- Three major Massachusetts hospitals are planning a more open approach on medical errors.

-- Police knew the suspect was armed before the fatal raid in Greenland, N.H. [Globe]

  • A cop says the killed Greenland chief saved his life. [Herald]
  • A fake charity is trying to profit from the N.H. officer shooting. [NECN]

-- The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is trying to push back when it takes over the state's racing commission.

-- Boston is planning 336 improvement projects over the next five years, worth $1.8 billion. [Herald]

Sports:

-- The Celtics lose to the hot-shooting Knicks, 118-110.

-- The Sox lose in an ugly, 18-3 rout.

This program aired on April 18, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.

Benjamin Swasey Twitter Digital Manager
Ben is WBUR's digital news manager.

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