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Police: Man seriously wounded in South Boston stabbing

BOSTON (AP) - Police say a man is in serious condition after he was stabbed in South Boston.

Today at 01:16AM
Man charged in hit-and-run ordered held without bail

FALMOUTH, Mass. (AP) - A Massachusetts man charged in a hit-and-run that seriously injured a 68-year-old man has been ordered held without bail.

Jul 30
Questions remain after Boston's Olympics bid ends

BOSTON (AP) - Boston's bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics flamed out in spectacular fashion earlier this week, with local organizers and the U.S. Olympic Committee deciding to part ways after the Boston mayor and the Massachusetts governor refused to be rushed into a decision putting taxpayers on the hook if the games went over budget.

Jul 30
Sale's bad night leads to end of White Sox streak

BOSTON (AP) - After a road trip loaded with offense, the Chicago White Sox came up empty against a knuckleballer.

Jul 30
Jenner Olympic Torch fetches $24,000 at auction

NEW YORK (AP) - The 1984 Summer Olympic Torch that Bruce Jenner carried through Lake Tahoe, Nevada, sold for just under $24,000 at an auction of sports memorabilia Thursday.

Jul 30
MA Lottery

BRAINTREE, Mass. (AP) - These Massachusetts lotteries were drawn Thursday:

Jul 30
Red Sox rock Sale, win 8-2 to snap White Sox streak

BOSTON (AP) - Steven Wright and the slumping Red Sox looked like a long shot against Chris Sale and the surging White Sox on Thursday night.

Jul 30
Officials: Moderate risk for West Nile virus in Boston area

BOSTON (AP) - State health officials have raised the West Nile virus risk level from "low" to "moderate" for Boston and 11 surrounding towns after multiple mosquitoes trapped in the area tested positive for the disease.

Jul 30
Health law's nonprofit insurance co-ops awash in red ink

WASHINGTON (AP) - Fed up with the insurance industry, Democrats used the health care overhaul to create nonprofit co-ops that would compete with the corporations. Now a government audit finds co-ops are awash in red ink.

Jul 30
Maine House speaker sues governor over loss of school job

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Democratic House Speaker Mark Eves on Thursday filed a civil rights lawsuit against Republican Gov. Paul LePage for threatening to withhold funds from a school for at-risk youth to get Eves removed from a job, saying it was time for someone to stand up to governor's abuse of power.

Jul 30
Baker orders state agencies to improve records access

BOSTON (AP) - Gov. Charlie Baker ordered his administration to take steps Thursday to make public records easier and less expensive to obtain, noting that Massachusetts had received failing grades in the past for government transparency.

Jul 30
Defendants in fatal hayride crash in Maine plead not guilty

AUBURN, Maine (AP) - All three defendants in a Halloween-themed hayride crash that killed a teenager and injured more than a dozen other passengers pleaded not guilty Thursday in their first court appearance.

Jul 30
State police seek person who shot at marked cruiser

MANSFIELD, Mass. (AP) - State police are stepping up efforts to find the person they say fired a hunting rifle at a marked department cruiser in Mansfield earlier this month.

Jul 30
'Gone Baby Gone' actor is pulled from water at beach, dies

BOSTON (AP) - Authorities say an actor who had roles in "Gone Baby Gone" and "The Fighter" has died more than a week after he was pulled from the water at a Boston beach.

Jul 30
Executive, daughter on college trip killed in plane crash

MILWAUKEE (AP) - The victims of a fiery plane crash in Milwaukee were identified Thursday as a top executive at a Boston capital investment firm and his teenage daughter who were traveling to the Midwest for a college visit.

Jul 30
Man dies after rampage at Worcester market

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - Worcester police say a man who was stunned by officers using a Taser during a violent rampage at a grocery store has died.