Good morning. Top local stories and what we're watching this Wednesday:
-- Weeks after the Massachusetts House passed its $32.4 billion spending plan, today the Senate will release its version.
-- Boston Mayor Thomas Menino is outlining preemptive steps to stem summertime violence in the city.
-- Half of workers at Plymouth's Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant have been sent home amid an ongoing contract dispute. [Patriot Ledger]
-- The family members of one of "Whitey" Bulger's alleged victims will be in court today to see if their lawsuit against individual FBI agents can proceed.
-- The state has ruled that a wind turbine in Falmouth is too loud and needs to be shut off for examination. [Cape Cod Times]
-- The City of Lynn overspent on its snow removal budget, despite the mild winter. [WBZ-TV]
-- After getting booed last outing, starter Josh Beckett led the Sox to a win.
-- The Celtics are in Philly tonight for Game 3 of their series against the Sixers.
This program aired on May 16, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.