Cargo train derails, spills thousands of gallons of fuel in Fall River

A cargo train derailed Monday evening in Fall River, spilling thousands of gallons of fuel on the tracks. The Fall River Police Department said crewsRead More

‘Now or never’: WWII veterans returning to Normandy

A local man is working to give four World War II veterans one last trip to the area they helped save. Andrew Biggio, president ofRead More

Officials: Student stabs former student in fight at Methuen High School

A teenager is facing assault with intent to murder charges after allegedly stabbing another teen at Methuen High School Monday, officials said. Officers responding toRead More

Get your kicks: Route 66 turns 96

The inspiration for numerous songs and countless road trips, Route 66 turns 96 on Saturday. The cross country route proposal from Chicago to Santa MonicaRead More

Ukraine official: Zelenskyy meets top-level US delegation

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The U.S. secretaries of state and defense met Sunday night with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the highest-level visit to theRead More

Amherst firefighters’ union calling for action after tires fall off ambulance

The firefighters’ union is calling for more help from the city of Amherst after two wheels fell off an ambulance earlier this week. Crews hadRead More

RMV: Two-thirds of applicants failed road tests when trying to get driver’s licenses after scandal

After Massachusetts drivers were improperly given licenses over the past four years, two-thirds of those who took the road test failed, RMV officials said. InRead More

TSA no longer enforcing mask mandate, but MBTA unclear

Officials will no longer enforce mask mandates at airports after a federal judge’s ruling Monday, but it’s unclear how that will affect the MBTA. ARead More

Police focus on van renter in Brooklyn subway shooting probe

NEW YORK (AP) — A gunman in a gas mask and construction vest set off smoke grenades and fired a barrage of bullets in aRead More