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Win $10,000 in Cash – Plus Two Chances at $1,000 Every Day On Air

What would you do with $10,000? Would you save it? Spend it on something fun like a fancy vacation? Maybe you would spend it on something practical, like a home renovation. Start planning because we're giving away cash all this month!

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Photo by Carline Jean/Sun Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images
Photo by Carline Jean/Sun Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images

Mexican Judge Orders Immediate Release Of U.S. Marine

A Mexican judge has ordered the immediate release of a jailed U.S. Marine veteran who spent eight months behind bars for crossing the border with loaded guns.

Family spokesman Jonathan Franks told The Associated Press on Friday that the judge decided to release retired Marine Sgt

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Report: Not Enough Evidence To Bring Civil Rights Charges In Ferguson Shooting

"The Washington Post" is reporting that the Justice Department does not have a strong enough case to bring civil rights charges against Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson.

Wilson is the white officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, in Ferguson on August 9th

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Category: Articles, Crime, News
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Brockton Teacher Charged With Raping Teenage Student

A Brockton High School teacher has been ordered held on $20,000 bail after pleading not guilty to charges that he raped a teenage student.

Plymouth County District Attorney's office says 57-year-old Joaquim Andrade was arraigned Friday on numerous charges

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Photo from New Bedford Police
Photo from New Bedford Police

Fall River Man Charged With Selling Drugs In New Bedford

Narcotics Detectives in New Bedford and Fall River arrest a Spindle City man on Friday, and charge him with various weapons and drug charges.

Det. Captain Steven Vicente says 39 year old Angel Camacho of Fall River was making several heroin deliveries to New Bedford every week

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Mayor Jon Mitchell (L) and Jim Kendall (middle) join Martha Coakley on Pier Three Friday / Jim Phillips /TSM
Mayor Jon Mitchell (L) and Jim Kendall (middle) join Martha Coakley on Pier Three Friday / Jim Phillips /TSM

Coakley: Baker Should Answer Questions About Fishermen’s Story

Democratic Candidate for Governor Martha Coakley said Republican Candidate Charlie Baker should answer ``legitimate questions'' raised about a story Baker told during a recent debate.

During Tuesday's televised debate Baker tearfully recalled a meeting with a New Bedford fisherman who regretted pressuring his sons to follow him into the job rather than go to college

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Jim Phillips/Townsquare Media
Jim Phillips/Townsquare Media

New Bedford Trash Regulations To Be Fully Enforced

Effective this weekend, the City of New Bedford will begin fully enforcing any and all trash regulations in regards to the new collection system.

Mayor Jon Mitchell had extended the so-called "grace period", where residents found to be out of compliance were only given warnings, through the end of October

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PA State Police twitter - Photo of ambush suspect Eric Matthew Frein
PA State Police twitter - Photo of ambush suspect Eric Matthew Frein

Suspected Cop Killer Captured In Pennsylvania

Two law enforcement officials say a man accused of killing one Pennsylvania state trooper and seriously injuring another during an ambush last month was captured by U.S. marshals in an abandoned airplane hangar

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Photo by David McNew/Getty Images

Amazon Eyeing FR Technology Park for New Distribution Center

There's some positive economic development news coming out of Fall River .

The Herald News says the global company Amazon has sent a letter of intent to Mayor Will Flanagan, announcing its desire to build a one-million square foot distribution center at the Life Science and Technology Park at the Fall River-Freetown line

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Koji Uehara Back For Two More Years

The Boston Red Sox have signed closer Koji Uehara for two more years.

The All-Star reliever will earn $18 million through 2016.

Uehara joined the Red Sox in 2013 and earned the closer's role midway through the season

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