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FRANKLIN, Mass. (AP) - The Norfolk district attorney's office says two residents of a Franklin condominium complex were killed in an explosion and fire.
BOSTON (AP) - The lawyer for a woman who's accused Bill Cosby of sexually abusing her at the Playboy Mansion when she was 15 says she'll seek a second deposition of the comedian.
Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers:
BOSTON (AP) - Winter is fast approaching and transit officials are working against the calendar to prevent a repeat of last winter's crippling breakdowns on the T.
BOSTON (AP) - Mass shootings on college campuses - including the Oct. 1 shooting at a community college in Oregon - have school administrators around the country re-evaluating campus security plans. In Massachusetts, community colleges and public universities have made strong progress in some areas of campus security since recommendations were issued after the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007. But progress has been uneven in other areas, in part due to funding shortfalls.
BOSTON (AP) - A mom-to-be who got stuck on the Massachusetts Turnpike gave birth to a baby girl who couldn't wait for traffic to clear up.
BOSTON (AP) - With temperatures starting to fall, nearly 4,500 families in Massachusetts remain homeless, part of seemingly intractable struggle for a place to call home.
ATLANTA (AP) _ The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the "Mega Millions" game were:
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Tom Brady called it a "bummer" that New England was catching the Dallas Cowboys when they were missing Tony Romo and Dez Bryant.
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Gillian Montague was a straight-F student. At Marlborough High School she repeated the 9th grade once, the 10th grade twice and she had effectively given up on school altogether.
NEWTON, Mass. (AP) - It was a perfect California beach day.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Cheating allegations rocked the daily fantasy sports industry this week and as scrutiny mounts, a largely self-aimed spotlight has grown blindingly bright on DraftKings and FanDuel, which have flooded televisions, phones and computers with advertisements promising million-dollar payouts to a lucky few.