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Craft sake is the latest trend that's brewing in US

KITTERY, Maine (AP) - First came boutique wineries. Then microbreweries and craft distilleries. Now Japanese sake aficionados are hoping to transform the so-called "rice wine" into the next artisan alcohol-of-the-moment in the U.S.

Today at 01:52AM
Millions share story of girl found dead in Massachusetts

BOSTON (AP) - More than 45 million people have seen a computer-generated image of a 4-year-old girl whose remains were found on a Boston Harbor beach nearly two weeks ago.

Today at 01:16AM
To some who stood by Cosby, his admission is turning point

As a chorus of sexual assault accusations against Bill Cosby resounded this winter, some fans and famous friends stood by him, calling the allegations unproven attacks on a comedy legend.

Today at 12:06AM
Marlins bullpen falters, gives up lead in 4-3 loss to Boston

BOSTON (AP) - Miami Marlins reliever Carter Capps knew who he was facing as well as who was still to come with the bases loaded and two out in the seventh inning.

Jul 7
Red Sox rally to 4-3 win over Marlins

BOSTON (AP) - Xander Bogaerts added another clutch hit to his case for a spot in the All-Star Game.

Jul 7
Boston art museum cancels 'Kimono Wednesdays' after protests

BOSTON (AP) - The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is cancelling "Kimono Wednesdays" after protesters decried the event as racist.

Jul 7
Museum pulls plug on "Kimono Wednesdays" after protests

BOSTON (AP) - The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is cancelling "Kimono Wednesdays."

Jul 7
Attorney General: Shut down website's "adult" section

BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is calling on the website Backpage to shut down its "adult" section.

Jul 7
The Latest: Smithsonian stands by Cosby art exhibition

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Here are the latest developments from the release of court documents indicating Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he obtained quaaludes with the intent of giving them to women with whom he wanted to have sex (all times local):

Jul 7
News guide: The case that led to Cosby's drugs-sex admission

Bill Cosby's admission under oath in 2005 that he obtained quaaludes to give to young women with whom he wanted to have sex came during a lawsuit brought by a former Temple University employee.

Jul 7
House, Senate expected to vote on Massachusetts budget

BOSTON (AP) - A new state budget could be on Republican Gov. Charlie Baker's desk by the end of Wednesday.

Jul 7
As renewable energy debate heated up, firms doubled lobbying

BOSTON (AP) - As Massachusetts has increased its reliance on solar, wind and other sources of renewable power over the past decade, companies specializing in alternative energy have begun flexing their political muscles on Beacon Hill.

Jul 7
Cosby accusers claim vindication, friends reserve judgment

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - While many of Bill Cosby's accusers feel vindicated by his decade-old admission that he gave at least one woman quaaludes before sex, some of his Hollywood friends are reserving judgment, saying the testimony doesn't prove he committed a crime.

Jul 7
Education Dept. dismisses Asian groups' complaint

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Education Department on Tuesday dismissed a complaint against Harvard University by some Asian-American groups who say the university uses racial quotas to keep out high-scoring Asians.

Jul 7
Study: More than a third of US college students transferred

BOSTON (AP) - More than a third of college students who started in 2008 transferred to another school, according to a new national study, challenging ideas about the typical college trajectory and stoking a debate about how schools should help transfer students.

Jul 7
Bruins sign new deals for Hayes, Connolly, DeFazio

BOSTON (AP) - Forward Jimmy Hayes' new deal with the Boston Bruins will pay him $2.3 million a year for three years.

Jul 7
Martha's Vineyard town to tribe: Stop work on gambling hall

AQUINNAH, Mass. (AP) - Officials in a Martha's Vineyard town are ordering an Indian tribe to halt construction work on a gambling hall.

Jul 7
AP: Renewable energy firms ramp up lobbying in Massachusetts

BOSTON (AP) - Energy companies specializing in solar, wind and other sources of renewable power have begun to flex their political muscles on Beacon Hill.

Jul 7
Man pleads not guilty in May shooting death in Fitchburg

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - A Leominster man has pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges in what authorities believe was a drug-related killing in Fitchburg.

Jul 7
AP source: Warriors trade David Lee to Celts for Wallace

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - David Lee wanted to help turn around the Golden State Warriors when he came to the struggling franchise as a high-priced free agent in 2010.

Jul 7
Island town orders tribe to halt work on gambling hall

AQUINNAH, Mass. (AP) - Officials in a Martha's Vineyard town are ordering an Indian tribe to stop construction work as it plans to turn a tribal community center into a gambling hall.