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Special Agent Richard DesLauriers, who has played a lead role in investigating the Boston Marathon bombings and the thefts at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, will retire on July 13.
Police & Fire, Schools
Police said the letters contained "threatening and disturbing content," but contained no dangerous substances.
Police & Fire
During a confrontation with the FBI and the Mass. State Police, a Florida man was shot and killed and an officer was injured.
Two men are suspected in the Boston Marathon bombing, the FBI announced on Thursday night.
The FBI released new details on Tuesday evening on the investigation into the attacks on the Boston Marathon on Monday, but said the investigation is "still in its infancy."
Among big cities, Boston has had only four deaths from fire since 2009, according to the Fire Department.
If you notice anyone in immediate danger as a result of the extreme cold, notify public safety officials by calling 9-1-1.
The Boston Police Department has removed more than 500 different types of illegal guns— including high-power, high-capacity guns like those used in the Newtown, CT shooting— from the streets of Boston.
Authorities have positively identified the body found Tuesday morning as missing graduate student Jonathan Dailey.
Fifty-seven former patients of Boston Emergency Medical Services have been notified.
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