Good morning. Top local stories and what we’re watching this Wednesday:
-- Developer Steve Wynn has withdrawn his casino proposal for Foxborough. More:
-- Despite local opposition, the federal immigration program Secure Communities will come to Massachusetts next week.
-- The Senate today is releasing its version of a health cost containment bill.
-- Newton is set to become the state's first municipality to purchase all city energy from green sources. [Wicked Local Newton]
-- The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has advanced a plan to reduce the timetable for opening casinos in the state. [Springfield Republican]
-- Gun parts were found hidden in a child's stuffed animals at a Rhode Island airport. [WCVB-TV]
-- Newton's Hebrew College has cancelled the sale of its campus. [Boston Globe]
-- Led by returning center Al Horford, the Hawks stayed alive against the Celtics in Atlanta. Game 6 is Thursday, back in Boston.
-- The Royals beat the Red Sox, 6-4.
This program aired on May 9, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.