Police and fire hockey clubs raise funds for fallen Boston officer

Boston police and fire hockey clubs faced off in Braintree to raise money for the family of a fallen Boston officer on Saturday. The game raised funds for the family of John O’Keefe, who was found unresponsive in a snowbank outside a Canton home in January. His girlfriend, Karen Read of Mansfield, has pleaded not… Continue reading Police and fire hockey clubs raise funds for fallen Boston officer

Xander Bogaerts, Alex Verdugo hit homers as Red Sox blank Twins

The first week of the season hasn’t been ideal for Xander Bogaerts. The star shortstop and the Red Sox couldn’t come to an agreement on a contract extension, fueling speculation and outside distractions about his future. A hamstring injury suffered on Opening Day came and then Bogaerts went on a bit of an early-season slump.… Continue reading Xander Bogaerts, Alex Verdugo hit homers as Red Sox blank Twins

Family Of Tamara Cornelius Speaks Out After Deadly Shooting At Gas Station Near King Of Prussia Mall: ‘I Was Just Kind Of In Shock’

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (CBS) — For the first time,  we’re hearing from the grieving family of the pregnant woman who was shot and killed near the King of Prussia Mall last week.  They want answers over how the suspected killer got ahold of a gun while on parole for a previous violent crime. “I… Continue reading Family Of Tamara Cornelius Speaks Out After Deadly Shooting At Gas Station Near King Of Prussia Mall: ‘I Was Just Kind Of In Shock’

12 injured in shooting at South Carolina mall; 3 detained

By MICHELLE LIU COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Ten people were shot and two others injured in a shooting at a shopping mall in South Carolina’s capital that authorities do not believe was a random attack. Three people who had firearms have been detained in connection with the Saturday afternoon shooting at Columbiana Centre, Columbia Police… Continue reading 12 injured in shooting at South Carolina mall; 3 detained

Bruins clinch playoff spot with 2-1 victory over Penguins

BOSTON (AP) — Jeremy Swayman rebounded from a rough stretch with 23 saves and the Boston Bruins clinched a playoff spot by holding off the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 on Saturday to halt a season-high three-game losing streak. Trent Frederic and Erik Haula scored first-period goals for the Boston, which went on the skid after winning… Continue reading Bruins clinch playoff spot with 2-1 victory over Penguins

Live Updates | Ukrainian mayor attends pope’s Easter vigil

By The Associated Press VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday invoked “gestures of peace in these days marked by the horror of war” in an Easter vigil homily in St. Peter’s Basilica attended by the mayor of the occupied Ukrainian city of Melitopol and three Ukrainian parliamentarians. The pontiff noted that while “many writers… Continue reading Live Updates | Ukrainian mayor attends pope’s Easter vigil

Man Arrested For Carrying Loaded Shotgun In Woodland

WOODLAND (CBS13) — A man was arrested for carrying a loaded shotgun in Woodland Friday night, said the Woodland Police Department. Around 9 p.m., residents reported seeing a man walking in the area of Denise Drive and E. Oak Avenue carrying a shotgun. Officers located the man, identified as 33-year-old Ronald Shaffer of Woodland, carrying… Continue reading Man Arrested For Carrying Loaded Shotgun In Woodland