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Man shot by state trooper in Brockton identified
BROCKTON — A state trooper shot a man in the lower body just before 9 a.m. Saturday on Colonel Bell Drive in Brockton. State Police said Claude W. Brown-Madison, 25, of Fall River, formerly of Brockton, was shot in the lower body after pointing a gun at the trooper who shot him. The trooper’s name w
State trooper shoots suspect during confrontation, officials say
BROCKTON, Mass. — A Massachusetts state trooper shot a suspect Saturday morning during a confrontation in Brockton, according to state police officials. State police said the shooting occurred just before 9 a.m., next to a building that is part of a residential complex on Colonel Bell Drive. The sus
As Strike Continues, Stop & Shop Workers Receive Support From Shoppers, State Officials
SOMERVILLE (CBS) – The strike at New England Stop & Shop stores is now in its second weekend. On Saturday, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey joined striking employees on the picket line in Somerville.
Dunkin’ Donuts all started at this little Quincy location and it’s still open
Made in Massachusetts is an ongoing feature taking you inside the products made right here in the Bay State and the people who make them. Joe Shannon holds a cup of coffee featuring an exclamation point as part of Dunkin’s new branding. But behind him, script letters spell out “Dunkin’ Donuts" mimic
Red Sox Get 1st Series Win, Beat Rays 6-5 Behind Benintendi
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The World Series champion Boston Red Sox won a series for the first time this season when Andrew Benintendi hit a grand slam and a tiebreaking ninth-inning sacrifice fly and catcher Christian Vázquez picked off Tommy Pham for the final out in a 6-5 win over the Tampa Bay
Mother of Abington police officer who took his own life says dream job turned into nightmare
ABINGTON — When Alex Kokoros joined the Abington Police Department, he was fulfilling a dream. Sgt. Kokoros' mother, Deb Dupie, said he had wanted to be a police officer since he was a little boy.
Dashcam video shows dramatic crash on Interstate 93
SALEM, N.H. — Scott Ashley was headed south on Interstate 93 in Salem when a car crossed to his side, flipped and slid by on its roof -- narrowly missing him and another vehicle.
Police investigating rollover crash caught on camera in Salem, NH
SALEM, N.H. (WHDH) - Police are investigating a rollover crash in Salem, New Hampshire that left a person hospitalized. Officers responding to a reported crash on Interstate 93 around 3:30 p.m. Thursday found a sedan flipped over on it’s roof and the 51-yar-old driver suffering from minor injuries.
Abington Police Seize THC-Infused Candy Bars, 1 Suspect Faces Charges
ABINGTON (CBS) – A student is facing drug charges after police searched his vehicle Friday night and allegedly found THC-infused candy bars packaged for sale. Abington police received a call about 11 p.m. Friday for youths “using drugs,” the caller said.
Ex-Red Sox Blake Swihart Likely Won’t Be Catching For D-Backs, Either
A day may come when Blake Swihart gets an opportunity to be a full-time catcher. But that day never came with the Boston Red Sox, and it may never arrive with the Arizona Diamondbacks, either.
Toddler Dies After Being Found in Vermont River
Vermont State Police say the investigation is continuing into the death of a 2-year-old girl who was pulled from the White River in Chelsea and later pronounced dead at a hospital.
Beverly man faces attempted murder charge after carrying woman in front of oncoming dump truck
A 41-year-old Beverly man faces an attempted murder charge after police say he picked up a woman he was arguing with and carried into the road in front of an oncoming dump truck, according to WCVB.
Group vows to challenge therapy ban
BOSTON — A conservative group is vowing to challenge the state's newly enacted ban on a controversial form of therapy that seeks to alter teens' sexual orientation or gender identity.
For The First Time, Massachusetts Crowds Celebrate Pot Holiday Legally
BROOKLINE (CBS) – It’s synonymous with celebrating marijuana – 420. Today, some waited in line for more than an hour at New England Treatment Access to get marijuana. “To see so many people from all walks of life is amazing,” said Lynnette French of New England Treatment Access.
Police chief to retire July 2021
ABINGTON — Police Chief David Majenski intends to retire in two years. In a letter to Town Manager Richard LaFond dated April 8, Majenski said he plans to retire on July 1, 2021. Majenski wrote that he was giving two years' notice so the town can plan for a "seamless transition of office."
3 injured after MBTA train strikes car in West Bridgewater
WEST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. (WHDH) - Three people are recovering from non-life-threatening injuries after an MBTA train struck a car in West Bridgewater Saturday morning. Officers responding to East Street around 8 a.m. found a heavily damaged vehicle that had been hit by the train.
Suspect in teen beheading case getting underway
SALEM, Mass. (AP) - The trial of a Massachusetts teenager charged with killing and beheading a high school classmate is getting underway after several postponements. The Eagle-Tribune reports that jury selection in Mathew Borges' trial is scheduled to start Monday, with opening statements expected W
Woman Rescued From Underneath A Train At South Station
BOSTON (CBS) — A woman who ended up under a train at South Station was rescued by a technical team midday Saturday. According to the Boston Fire Department, her injuries are non-life threatening.
Police: Middleborough officer placed on leave after ATV accident
MIDDLEBOROUGH, Mass. - A Middleborough police officer is now on leave following a crash involving an ATV while off-duty, the police chief announced Saturday. Middleborough Police Chief Joseph Perkins said in a statement that the unidentified officer "was placed on administrative leave pending the re
Boston Celtics’ biggest difference on the road in these playoffs? Kyrie Irving, per Marcus Morris
INDIANAPOLIS -- In last year’s playoffs, the Boston Celtics were so bad away from the TD Garden, Brad Stevens wouldn’t entertain the idea that his young players got better as the postseason wore on when he was asked about the experience before Friday’s Game 3 against the Indiana Pacers.