Supporters of tougher laws aimed at curbing distracted driving will be making their case to a legislative committee on Beacon Hill.
A man accused of secretly filming boys in restrooms at a Boston high school will be detained pending the outcome of his trial.
Workers have demolished three chimneys at the now-defunct Brayton Point Power Plant in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo is pledging to offset the loss of federal funding to women's reproductive health organizations due to a new Trump administration rule covering the federal family planning...
The Pac-12 and Atlantic Coast Conference showed conference supremacy in the opening round of the women's NCAA Tournament. The two power conferences combined to go 13-1 in the first two days.
U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley says she'll fight for policies that protect and defend the Affordable Care Act.
A detention facility in Rhode Island is once again housing people detained by federal immigration authorities, a decade after a man's death there ended the practice.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is apologizing after being charged in a Florida massage parlor prostitution investigation.
Connecticut lawmakers are poised to cast the first vote of the legislative session on a bill that could legalize recreational marijuana in Connecticut.
Two Rhode Island casinos now have self-service kiosks for sports betting.
One of Boston's largest tech companies is moving into a new corporate headquarters.
The parents of a Massachusetts woman who died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash earlier this month are planning a reception to honor their daughter.
Lawmakers on Beacon Hill are hoping to improve the safety of school drinking water by requiring schools and child care centers to test drinking water outlets annually for elevated lead levels.
A recreational pot shop opening in Brookline is the first in the immediate Boston-area and the first within close proximity to MBTA stations.
A federal judge has ruled that New York's ban on personal ownership of stun guns is unconstitutional.
The suspect in a fatal shooting in Massachusetts last year has pleaded not guilty.
A Massachusetts woman has been sentenced to up to four years in prison for lying to police investigating the disappearance of another woman whose dead body was found about a year later.
The state's unemployment rate fell to 3 percent in February.
Prosecutors have reduced charges filed against a Massachusetts college student they say set several fires in her dormitory.
Officials have released the names of a couple killed in a fire in Massachusetts earlier this month.
Military authorities say a sailor from Massachusetts who died when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in December 1941 has been accounted for.
A Boston hedge fund manager who scammed millions of dollars from friends, family and other investors in what authorities say was a Ponzi scheme has been sent to prison for more than 14 years.
Advocates are expected to pack a Statehouse auditorium as a legislative committee weighs proposals to overhaul the way the state provides funding for public schools.
A 94-year-old World War II veteran has received his high school diploma - 74 years after he would have gotten had he not enlisted.