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  • Texting Suicide Case Jan 14

    US Supreme Court Denies Michelle Carter’s Appeal in Texting Suicide Case

    The United States Supreme Court said Monday that it will not take up an appeal brought by Michelle Carter, who was convicted of encouraging her boyfriend through texts and phone calls to take his own life. The decision leaves Carter’s conviction intact, though she is expected to be released from jail Jan. 23. Carter was convicted in 2017 of involuntary…

  • Boston Dec 2, 2019

    Husband Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder of Beloved Lynn Teacher

    A Massachusetts man was sentenced to life in prison for the brutal murder of his wife, a beloved Lynn teacher, though he maintained at the Monday hearing that he was innocent. Andrew MacCormack, 31, was found guilty last month of strangling, beating and stabbing 30-year-old Vanessa MacCormack on Sept. 23, 2017.

  • Mar 8, 2019

    Push for New Safety Measures at Boston Bars

    Following the death of a woman who disappeared outside a Boston night club, city leaders want to review how bars and clubs are ensuring the safety of their customers. During a meeting Wednesday, Councilor At-Large Annissa Essaibi-George asked for a hearing on the issue, citing the death of Jassy Correia, whose body was found in the trunk of a car...

  • Feb 21, 2019

    ‘She Just Took Off’: 3-Year-Old With Rare Disease Gains Mobility

    Since the day she was born, Kailyn Bennett has been fighting for her life. Diagnosed with a rare genetic disease, doctors said the 3-year-old would lose her sight, hearing and ability to speak or move. But now, she is taking a step to change that.

  • Feb 20, 2019

    Limping Coyote Has West Roxbury Residents on Edge

    A coyote on the prowl in Boston’s West Roxbury neighborhood has prompted concern from homeowners. Since September, residents in the area of Newfield Street said they have spotted the same coyote, walking with a distinctive limp, roaming throughout their neighborhood.

  • Feb 18, 2019

    Rallies Against Trump’s National Emergency Declaration Held Across State

    Multiple rallies were held across Massachusetts on President’s Day to protest President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency. Protesters in Massachusetts wanted to send a message to Trump that they have no interest in paying for his wall.

  • Feb 16, 2019

    ‘Do the Right Thing’: Family Pleads for Answers in Death of Man Outside Quincy Bar

    The family of a Massachusetts man who died after an altercation at a Quincy bar is pleading for witnesses to come forward in the case. Christopher McCallum, 44, was found outside the Robert I. Nickerson American Legion Post in the early morning hours of Jan. 27. McCallum had attended a concert at the bar earlier in the evening. Quincy police...

  • Feb 14, 2019

    Volunteers Attend Funeral of WWII Vet With No Living Family

    Volunteers in Massachusetts showed up to pay their respects to a fallen World War II veteran who died without any living family members left. Veteran James McCue died Thursday at Cedar View Rehabilitation and Health Care Center at the age of 97. He died without any surviving family members, leaving him without anyone to attend his funeral.

  • Feb 13, 2019

    Harvard Students Petition to Remove Dean Defending Harvey Weinstein

    The case against Harvey Weinstein has stirred controversy on campus at Harvard University, where a law professor has joined the film mogul’s legal team. Ronald Sullivan, who also defended former Patriots football star Aaron Hernandez, has faced criticism from undergraduates at the school who believe he should no longer hold his position as a faculty dean of Winthrop House, a...

  • Feb 13, 2019

    Boston Children’s Hospital Nurse Fired Over Alleged Inappropriate Messages to Teenage Girl

    A nurse at Boston Children’s Hospital was recently fired after being accused of sending inappropriate messages to a teenage girl. Andrew Reghitto, 30, was charged with enticing a child under 16 after he allegedly sent messages and photos of himself to a 15-year-old girl he knew in Lynnfield. The mother of the teen spoke exclusively to NBC10 Boston about the allegations.

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