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Erika Murray was ordered held on $1 million cash bail after prosecutors contended in court that at least two of the three infants found dead inside the squalid Blackstone home had been living “for some period of time.” Arrest Made After Remains of 3 Infants Found in Blackstone Home Blackstone Woman Pleads Not Guilty Blackstone Woman with Dead Infants in Home Created Alternate Persona What Is ‘Fetal Death Concealment Out of Wedlock’? What Does ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Teach Us About Blackstone? Two More Dead Animals Discovered in Squalid Blackstone Home
Ashoka Mukpo, the freelance cameraman who contracted Ebola covering the outbreak for NBC News in Liberia, tweeted Tuesday that he officially tested negative for the Ebola virus. Boston Hair Salon Wants Nothing to Do with Anyone Who’s Been ‘Anywhere Near West Africa’ Watch: Hey Boston, How Do You Get Ebola? Ebola Yesterday: Unidentified Physician Recovers From Ebola at Emory CDC Says It Should Have Responded Faster to Dallas Ebola Case When Should You Start Worrying About Ebola? MGH Doctor Breaks It Down Here’s What It’s Like to Travel Out of Liberia Right Now Would A Travel Ban Work To Stop The Spread Of Ebola In The U.S.?
After two weeks of arguments, the trial of Robel Phillipos headed to jury deliberations on Tuesday. Phillipos, the friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is accused of lying to authorities. A Complete Guide to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Friends Facing Charges Trial Begins For Marathon Bombing Suspect’s Friend Phillipos Does Not Testify; Defense Rests
There will be periods when it’s just cloudy with some spotty mist or drizzle, at other times heavy rain will ensue, writes meteorologist David Epstein.
Two boys died early this morning in a four-alarm fire at 30 Kingston St. in Lawrence after being trapped by a “wall of flame” that engulfed the back of the apartment. Fatal Lowell Blaze Was Accidental Electrical Fire East Boston House Fire Displaces 22 Electrical Malfunction to Blame for Fatal Ashburnham Fire
A South African judge today sentenced double-amputee Olympian Oscar Pistorius to five years in prison for fatally shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, on Valentine’s Day, 2013. Wilbur: As Long as They're Rich and Harbored, Athletes Will Always Get Away with Murder
Crews Begin Tearing Down House of Horrors in Blackstone
Rhode Island Cameraman is Ebola-Free
Tsarnaev Friend’s Defense Calls Confession ‘Manufactured,’ Jury Begins Deliberation
Cloudy, Wet Week Ahead as Nor’easter Lingers Over Area
Tragedy in Lawrence: Two Children Die in Fire
‘Blade Runner’ Pistorius Gets 5-Year Sentence
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