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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
Holiday Inn Express opens in Randolph
The newly opened Holiday Inn Express on Mazzeo Drive in Randolph is off to a great start with impressive occupancy rates only in its first two months of operations. This is according to general manager Dennis Callahan, who was at the time hosting Randolph Town Councilor Ken Clifton at the newly buil
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.
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
Randolph's Cruz wins prestigous leaders scholarship
Cambridge School of Weston senior Malik Gomes Cruz, of Randolph, has been accepted to the Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars program at American University in Washington, D.C.
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
State Police: Rollover Crash in Walpole 'Potentially Fatal'
An overnight crash in Walpole, Massachusetts seriously injured one person, leading State Police to announce it as a "potentially fatal" crash. The crash occurred around 3 a.m. on Route 95 North in Walpole.
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.
Regular service resumes after woman rescued from under train at South Station
BOSTON (WHDH) - Service on the Red Line was temporarily interrupted Saturday after a passenger ended up underneath a train at South Station. The MBTA says shuttle buses temporarily replaced regular service between JFK/UMass station to Park Street as technical crews worked to free a woman in her 50s
Christian Vazquez ends Boston Red Sox game by picking off runner Tommy Pham at first base (video)
Christian Vazquez was pumped after the Red Sox’s 6-5 win over the Rays at Tropicana Field on Saturday. He rushed to the mound, hugged reliever Ryan Brasier, shouted and slapped his chest.
Mansfield Man Accused Of Interfering With Flight Attendant, Causing Pilots To Stop Plane
MANSFIELD (CBS) – A Mansfield man is being charged with interfering with a Southwest Airlines flight attendant, causing the pilots to make an unscheduled stop in Nebraska. Timothy Columbare, 37, is charged with “interference with Southwest Airlines flight crew members and attendants on or about Marc
Two women rescued, knife-wielding suspect shot by SWAT officer, DA says
HOPEDALE, Mass. — Two women were rescued from a Hopedale home in which a man was threatening to harm himself and others with a knife, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early.
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.
Taunton police: Man ODs on opioids outside YMCA
TAUNTON — A man reportedly suffered an opioid overdose outside the Old Colony YMCA on Saturday afternoon, according to Taunton Police. The man — whose name was not identified and described as in his late 30s — was administered three doses (12 milligrams) of the overdose-reversal drug Narcan and tran
Stabbing In Downtown Boston Leaves 2 Injured
BOSTON (AP) — Police say two people were stabbed in downtown Boston. Police say the double stabbing happened early Saturday in the Downtown Crossing area and one person was critically injured.
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.
Three Injured After Train Collides with Truck in W. Bridgewater
Investigators are on scene this morning of a West Bridgewater accident involving a truck and an MBTA commuter rail train. MBTA police said three people were injured with non-life threatening injuries. At least one person was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital in Brockton, according to police sca
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.
Victim in critical condition following double stabbing in Boston
BOSTON — One person is in critical but stable condition following a double stabbing early Saturday morning in Downtown Crossing. Boston police said two people were stabbed at around 2:30 a.m. at the intersection of Summer and Chauncy streets, outside of a Macy's.
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.