AM Briefing: Drunk Driving Loophole; Emotional BU Commencement
Good morning. Top local stories and what we're watching this Monday:
-- Following a state high court ruling last week, Massachusetts officials are seeking to close a loophole in the state's drunk driving law. [Associated Press, via WBZ-TV]
-- The Rhode Island Economic Development Corp. is meeting today with 38 Studios LLC to discuss possible further steps to aid the struggling company. [FOX-TV]
-- With the deaths of four students this year, Boston University held an emotional commencement yesterday, with Google's chairman delivering the address. [BU Today]
-- A new state policy means that pharmacies can soon offer an additional 10 vaccines. [Boston Globe]
-- Boston-based OneUnited Bank, which previously tried to foreclose on the Charles Street AME Church in Roxbury, is foreclosing on 24 affordable-housing units in Mattapan. [Boston Herald]
-- A new study finds that cases of Eastern equine encephalitis are on the rise among Massachusetts residents, and state officials aren't sure of the cause. [Brockton Enterprise]
-- The Celtics host the 76ers tonight at 7 p.m. in Game 5 of their all-tied-up series.
-- Josh Beckett allowed just one run as the Red Sox beat the Phillies.
This program aired on May 21, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.