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When you're the child of a famous musician, it can be hard to carve out your own musical identity. There are those who rely on their dad's fame (cough, Kelly Osborne) or those who rely first on their dad's fame then on shock value (achoo! Miley Cyrus.
Mass. (AP) A key witness in a Massachusetts murder trial has been killed by police in Pennsylvania, prompting prosecutors to ask a judge for more time to subpoena additional witnesses. Jean Carlos Lopez is scheduled to go on trial this week in
An unmanned aerial vehicle design firm that received a "2012 Invention Award" from Popular Science magazine is moving into UMass Dartmouth's advanced technology center. Unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called drones, have been in the news for
Marshals are looking for a fugitive sex offender with ties to Haverhill and southern New Hampshire who has dropped out of sight after failing to register, while state police yesterday announced the capture of a Fall River sex offender in California.
Mass. (AP) A Fall River mother has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from an online video that showed her encouraging her teenage daughter to beat up a younger girl. Melissa Silvia was sentenced Thursday to serve six months of a one-year jail
Battleship Cove will commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor on Saturday with a brief ceremony. The program will start at 12:55 p.m. coinciding with the exact time 72 years ago when the Imperial Japanese forces devastated the
Prosecutors have no evidence that a cousin of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez destroyed a cellphone belonging to one of Hernandez's alleged accomplices in a June murder, the cousin's lawyer said today. The Commonwealth has no
Mass. (AP) A Massachusetts judge has eased bail restrictions for a cousin of Aaron Hernandez who faces two charges in connection with the murder case against the former New England Patriots tight end. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/
The fiancee of ex-New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez lied to a grand jury about the circumstances of the death of a man near their home, officials say. The allegations are contained in court papers filed by First Assistant District Attorney William
After more than a year of study and considerable debate, the Bristol Community College Board of Trustees has voted to arm the college's campus police force. The trustees voted 7-2 in favor of the move at their monthly meeting at the Fall River campus