Phillip MartinSeptember 6, 2018 04:45 PM
Rachael Rollins Rolls Out Plans For Suffolk County DA's Office (If She Wins In November)Rollins became the first African-American woman to win a Democratic primary for the position of Suffolk DA.
Mark HerzAugust 7, 2018 12:03 AM
While Touring Boston Neighborhoods, New Police Commissioner Says He's Open To ChangeWilliam Gross says that starts with community input.
Edgar B. Herwick IIIJuly 31, 2018 06:31 PM
How A Team Of Citizen Researchers Are Finding New Layers In The Story Of The 1919 Boston Police StrikeThanks to the curiosity of one Boston police department employee, a small army of volunteers is now adding new research to a near-century old Boston story.
WGBH NewsJuly 30, 2018 07:27 PM
U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling Talks Marijuana, Immigration And Attorney General Jeff SessionsThe veteran prosecutor weighed in how he plans to enforce federal law in Massachusetts.
WGBH NewsJune 27, 2018 07:15 PM
IMHO: Methuen’s 180% Police Raises Effectively Rob Rest Of CityJim Braude weighs in on the salaries of a handful of police captains in Methuen, which are straining the city’s already-tight budget.
Camila DomonoskeJune 7, 2018 09:45 AM
Police Officers On Leave After Video Showed Them Punching Unarmed ManThree police officers and a sergeant in Mesa, Ariz., have been placed on leave after the police chief was shown surveillance video footage of multiple officers surrounding an unarmed black man and punching him repeatedly.
Isaiah ThompsonMay 1, 2018 05:20 PM
Walsh Applauds Police Probe Of 'Very Disturbing' Social Media PostsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh says he is disturbed by allegations that a Boston police officer posted offensive images online.
Marilyn SchairerApril 19, 2018 12:58 PM
Mass. GOP Reaffirms Support For Capital Punishment For Cop KillersThe Massachusetts Republican Party is reaffirming its position to reinstate the death penalty in the commonwealth for anyone who murders police officers. The issue resurfaced following the shooting death of Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon last week.
Paul SingerApril 18, 2018 05:08 PM
Court Orders Investigation Of Alleged Racism In Brookline Fire DepartmentA state court has breathed new life into a black Brookline firefighter's complaint that he faced racial discrimination from within the town’s fire department, and the case against the town must now be reopened.