AM Briefing: Probe Into N.H. Chief Slaying; DEA In Southie

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

-- In announcing an inquiry into the police raid that left the Greenland chief fatally shot and four other officers wounded, New Hampshire's attorney general said police alerted the shooter to their presence, even though their warrant meant they didn't have to. [Seacoast Online]

-- With state officials threatening to cut the nonprofit's money, the Greenway's board is looking for new sources of funding. [Boston Globe]

-- Rep. Stephen Lynch, of South Boston, said the federal Drug Enforcement Administration will track drug shipments into the neighborhood, amid concerns of drug-related crime, including a recent murder. [Boston Herald]

-- Roxbury's Charles Street AME Church claims that its biggest creditor, OneUnited Bank, illegally filed a proposed bankruptcy reorganization plan. [Herald]

-- According to station sources, police are searching for a family member in connection with the discovery of two women's bodies at a Saugus school yesterday. [WCVB-TV]

-- Sigma Delta Tau, a Boston University sorority, has been suspended for hazing violations. [BU Today]


-- Led by Paul Pierce and strong defense, the Celtics win and tie their series 1-1.

-- The Sox lose in frigid Fenway temperatures.

This program aired on May 2, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.

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