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Add Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s name to the list of people calling for the MBTA to hold off on increasing fares until the Red Line is fixed.
Police say a 16-year-old boy has been arrested and charged with "assault to murder" in the stabbing of another juvenile at a home in Whitman Sunday night.
Uber is giving its passengers the ability to flip the script and use its app to find either a ride or a way to get to their destination on mass...
Riders no longer need to transfer to another train at the JFK/UMass Station, officials said. But while service has resumed on all tracks through the station, trains continue to operate...
A frontal boundary will allow areas of showers to remain close to New England several days this week.
One victim was taken to the hospital where he later died.
The park honoring Martin Richard is an exciting new place for kids to play. But for parents, the public space means more.
The Boston Fire Department is investigating the cause of a fire in Mattapan that injured nine people and caused millions of dollars in damage.
Disruptions and delays continue for many Red Line commuters as a result of the mishap and full service may not be restored until next week.
WBUR's Bob Oakes spoke to 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on Friday's Morning Edition.
The weekend is a mixed bag, with sun for Saturday and clouds and rain for Sunday.
The revised act prohibits Boston police from asking anyone about their immigration status. Officers also would be barred from making arrests based on ICE administrative warrants.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic have outlined a coordinated scheme to kill the country's beloved native.
WBUR's sports and society reporter Shira Springer discusses the Bruins' Stanley Cup loss to the St. Louis Blues for Morning Edition.
Thursday looks cool and rainy but skies should be clearing by later Friday and Saturday.
The Blues stunned the Bruins with two quick goals, took that 2-0 lead into the first intermission, and cruised to a 4-1 win in Game 7.
Lawmakers voted to advance a 4 percent surtax on income above $1 million, advancing the so-called "millionaires tax" one step closer to a possible statewide ballot vote in 2022.
Meanwhile, Ortiz's wife says he was able to sit up and take some steps.
The law delays until Oct. 1 the start of payroll tax contributions to fund the new $800 million paid family and medical leave program.
Great weather today is followed by more showers Thursday.