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Daughter of No. 2
Jan 23, 2023 6:26 AM CST
Daughter of No. 2 House Dem Allegedly Assaults Cop
Rep. Katherine Clark tweets about the arrest during Boston protest
- The No. 2 Democrat in the House is contending with a controversy both personal and political. The 23-year-old daughter of Rep. Katherine Clark of Massachusetts—the new minority whip —was arrested and accused of assaulting a police officer during a protest in Boston, reports Politico . "I love Riley,...
On First Day in US, a Surprise
Event for William and Kate
Dec 1, 2022 6:41 AM CST
On First Day in US, a Surprise Event for William and Kate
Royals had much fun watching Celtics take on Miami Heat in Boston
- It's been eight years since Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales, took in an NBA game, but that streak is now over. ESPN reports that, in a surprise appearance, the royal couple showed up at Boston's TD Garden on Wednesday evening to watch the matchup between the...
Grisly Find: 4 Dead Babies
in Boston Apartment
Nov 29, 2022 9:15 AM CST
Grisly Find: 4 Dead Babies in Boston Apartment
At least one was in a freezer
- The remains of not one but four infants have been found inside a Boston apartment, police say. There was one devastating discovery after another as officers were called to the one-bedroom apartment at 838 East Broadway in South Boston around 2:15pm on Nov. 17 for reasons that are unclear....
1 Dead, 16 Hurt in
at Apple Store
Nov 21, 2022 2:15 PM CST
1 Dead, 16 Hurt in 'Unthinkable' Crash at Apple Store
SUV drove through glass front of Hingham, Massachusetts store
- One person was killed and at least 16 injured in what the local district attorney says was an "unthinkable morning" at an Apple store in Massachusetts. Authorities say an SUV crashed through the glass front of the Hingham store around 10:45am Monday, less than an hour after the...
Here Are the 10 Best, Worst
US Cities to Be Car-Less
Nov 15, 2022 9:07 AM CST
Here Are the 10 Best, Worst US Cities to Be Car-Less
You don't need wheels to get around San Francisco, per LawnStarter
- In some places, not having a car could adversely affect everything from employment opportunities to how you spend your downtime. LawnStarter wanted to see where a vehicle isn't as necessary for your daily routine, so it looked at the 200 largest cities in the US to measure their standings...
Was a Staffer's Hoax
Oct 4, 2022 11:47 AM CDT
FBI: 'Bomb' at Northeastern Was a Staffer's Hoax
Jason Duhaime, 45, of Texas has been arrested and charged
- Reports that an explosion last month at Northeastern University may have been staged are correct, according to the FBI. NBC News reports the law enforcement agency announced Tuesday that Jason Duhaime of Texas, who claimed he'd been injured in the Sept. 13 incident, has been arrested and charged with...
Goes to Hospital
Sep 25, 2022 1:30 PM CDT
Post Malone Postpones Show, Goes to Hospital
Rapper reports health issues and postpones Boston performance
- Post Malone seemed to be OK after falling onstage during a concert Sept. 17 in St. Louis. After being checked out, he did five more songs, then posted the next day that "everything's good." But it wasn't when the rapper woke up Saturday afternoon, hours before...
Report: Northeastern Explosion
May Have Been Staged
Sep 14, 2022 6:04 PM CDT
Report: Northeastern Explosion May Have Been Staged
Officials suspect employee lied to investigators, sources say
- Federal officials are examining whether the employee who reported an explosion at Northeastern University may have lied to investigators and staged the incident, law enforcement officials said Wednesday. Investigators identified inconsistencies in the employee’s statement and became skeptical because his injuries did not match wounds typically consistent with an...
in Exploded Package
Named Famous Person
Sep 14, 2022 10:15 AM CDT
Sources: Note in Exploded Package Named Famous Person
Writer slammed Mark Zuckerberg, VR developers: law enforcement officials on Northeastern incident
A hard plastic container that exploded at Northeastern University on Tuesday evening contained a note criticizing the relationship between universities and virtual reality developers—and that called out Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg specifically. That's according to CNN , which cites law enforcement sources. ABC News also describes "an...
Airliner Backs Into
Another at Airport
Aug 13, 2022 2:20 PM CDT
Airliner Backs Into Another at Airport
Delta plane was moving slowly when it hit parked jet
- An airplane bumped into another plane while backing up at Logan International Airport in Boston, prompting an investigation. No one was injured when the Delta Air Lines plane hit another at low speed on Friday night, according to the Federal Aviation Administration, which said it is investigating. The Delta plane...
Here Are the Most,
Least Educated US Cities
Jul 24, 2022 4:30 PM CDT
Here Are the Most, Least Educated US Cities
Ann Arbor, Michigan, tops WalletHub's list, while Visalia, California, comes in last
- Where college grads head to after they've thrown their caps in the air can make or break a city's smarts cachet. WalletHub wanted to see which US cities can claim that "most educated" prestige, so it looked at 150 of the most populated metropolitan areas around the...
Rowdy's 3-Week Adventure in
Boston Airport Has Ended
Jul 16, 2022 9:30 AM CDT
Rowdy's 3-Week Adventure in Boston Airport Has Ended
Cat missing after escaping from her carrier on June 24 after her flight's arrival from Germany is found
- Rowdy the cat has had quite the summer so far. First she traveled on a plane from Germany to the United States, after her family decided to move back to the US after more than 15 years abroad. Then, in a more unplanned adventure, the 4-year-old feline spent nearly three...
Cop Mistaken for Suspect,
Beaten Will Lead Boston Police
Jul 13, 2022 11:17 AM CDT
Cop Mistaken for Suspect, Beaten Will Lead Boston Police
Michael Cox was working undercover in 1995 when officers mistook him for suspect
- A former Boston police officer who was beaten more than 25 years ago by colleagues who mistook him for a suspect in a fatal shooting will be the new leader of the city's police department, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Wednesday. The commissioner post is a homecoming for Michael Cox,...
to Get Scorched
May 21, 2022 10:45 AM CDT
East Coast, You're About to Get Scorched
Early heat wave set to bring unusually high temps to NYC, Boston
- Cities along the East Coast, from Richmond and Philly to New York and Boston, will be slammed this weekend with "abnormally hot" temps, which the
calls "an ominous signal of the effects of human-caused climate change." On Saturday, temperatures along the Eastern Seaboard are expected...
Is at It Again
May 5, 2022 1:42 AM CDT
Satanic Temple Is at It Again
Asks Boston to fly its flag over City Hall after SCOTUS ruling
- The Satanic Temple is requesting to fly a flag over Boston City Hall after the US Supreme Court ruled this week that the city violated the free speech rights of a conservative activist seeking to fly a Christian flag outside the downtown building. The Salem-based group tweeted a request filed...
Report: Sexual Abuse Went
'Unabated' at Boston K-8 School
Apr 28, 2022 9:55 AM CDT
Report: Sexual Abuse Went 'Unabated' at Boston K-8 School
Officials recommend 'failed' Mission Hill School be closed
- Boston's Mission Hill School ignored allegations of sexual abuse and bullying for years, according to a scathing new report, which has resulted in the recommendation that the autonomous K-8 school in Jamaica Plain be permanently closed. An investigation by law firm Hinckley Allen was launched after five families claimed...
2 US Doctors Work to Save
Ukrainian Lives—Via YouTube
Mar 15, 2022 12:55 PM CDT
2 US Doctors Work to Save Ukrainian Lives—Via YouTube
Ukrainian tutorial out of Brigham and Women's Hospital teaches how to stop blood loss
- Nelya Melnitchouk came to the US from Ukraine when she was 18. After becoming an oncology surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, she began working with an organization to share information on cancer treatment with her counterparts in Ukraine. But once Russia invaded the country on Feb....
Man Arrested at Zoo:
I Just Wanted to Look
Into 'Eye of the Tiger'
Feb 22, 2022 12:03 AM CST
Man Arrested at Zoo: I Just Wanted to Look Into 'Eye of the Tiger'
He says he was not trying to get into enclosure as police claim
- A man was arrested in Boston on Monday morning and accused of trying to get into the Franklin Park Zoo's tiger enclosure. Zoo workers say they saw Matthew Abraham, 24, in an area that is not open to the public behind the Tiger Tales exhibit around 8:45am, WCVB...
Heckling Mayor Wu.
Except It Wasn't Her
Feb 19, 2022 7:00 AM CST
Protester Kept Heckling Mayor Wu. Except It Wasn't Her
Protester was actually mistakenly jeering at a different Asian American woman
- A voting rights presser on the Boston Common this week drew not only locals rallying support for get-out-the-vote efforts, but also one man who really wanted to criticize Mayor Michelle Wu. MassLive.com reports the protester, decked out in a mask and sunglasses, showed up at the Monday news conference...
She Won an $8K Vacation
Price Is Right
. One Problem
Feb 11, 2022 10:07 AM CST
She Won an $8K Vacation on
Price Is Right
. One Problem
Catherine Graham of Massachusetts won a fabulous trip to ... New Hampshire
- For a recent winner on
The Price Is Right
, "the price was right, but the prize was all wrong." That's how CBS Boston frames Catherine Graham's win that aired Feb. 1, when she claimed a nearly $8,000 vacation to New Hampshire by correctly guessing its...
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