People jump from 3-story building in Somerville to escape fire

Seven people were taken to the hospital early Friday morning after a multi-family home in Somerville went up in flames. Around 2 a.m. fire crewsRead More

2nd Revere Police officer in court after 5 year old beaten

Another Revere Police Officer is facing charges in connection with a child abuse case. Related: Revere cop handcuffed boy, beat him for not eating fastRead More

People jump from 3-story building in Somerville to escape fire

Seven people were taken to the hospital early Friday morning after a multi-family home in Somerville went up in flames. Fire crews responded at aroundRead More

Police officer taken to hospital after being struck in Boston

A Boston police officer was struck by a car Friday afternoon in Dorchester Authorities said the officer was hitat  around 4:30 p.m. while working aRead More

Car crash causes small fire in Newton, 1 injured

Sky7 was over a car crash in Newton Friday afternoon. Two cars collided at the intersection of Lowell Avenue and Otis Street. Crews had toRead More

Ride-hailing service for women launches next week

BOSTON (AP) — An Uber-like service connecting female riders and drivers is launching in Boston following a rebranding and leadership change. Safr says it willRead More

Gov. Baker rejects bill that sought pay raises for top lawmakers

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed a bill Friday that would have given nearly $18 million in annual pay raises to top legislators, statewide elected officialsRead More

Rhode Island teen battling cancer excited to attend Super Bowl LI

A Rhode Island teenager battling cancer is getting his wish come true: attending the Super Bowl. Bobby Colantonio, 18, has been going through treatment forRead More

Northeastern plans display of signs from Boston Women’s March

Signs from the historic women’s march last weekend will be on display at some museums, libraries and colleges. SEE RELATED: Organizers: 175,000 rally on Boston CommonRead More

Political football: For some, Super Bowl reflects US divide

BOSTON (AP) — Not even the Super Bowl is immune to America’s deep political divisions. Patriots fans have spent nearly two full seasons being remindedRead More