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New Racial Profiling Guidelines To Be Announced

New racial profiling guidelines being announced by the Obama administration would exempt agents from the Homeland Security Department who do border checks and screen passengers at airports.

But the guidelines would also restrict the ability of the FBI and other Justice Department law enforcement agencies to take into account ethnicity, national origin and other factors

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Hernandez Seeks To Block Jurors From Hearing Details On Other Alleged Crimes

Former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has asked a judge to bar prosecutors from telling a jury at his upcoming Bristol County murder trial about evidence of his other alleged crimes, including the fatal shootings of two Boston men in 2012

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Threatening Note Found At New Bedford High School

Police responded to a threatening note Friday found at New Bedford High School.

The note was found inside the high school just before noon, and indicated a threat to the building.

Police considered the threat low-level and non specific, but conducted a sweep of the building as the school day proceeded

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Additional Arrests Made Related To Boston Marathon Bombing
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Chinese Man Accused of Illegally Exporting Goods To Iran

A Chinese man accused of conspiring to export devices to Iran that can be used in nuclear production has been brought to the United States to face charges.

Sihai Cheng arrived in Boston on Friday after being arrested in Britain earlier this year

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Ursula Archer Plays Mind Games With Her Readers In ‘Five’

At WBSM, we love celebrating phenomenal people with fabulous imaginations. Whether we're talking about Walt Disney or a bestselling novelist, they all have the ability to transport us to new other worlds that somehow reflect our own lives, needs and sometimes, even our nightmares. 

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Suspect Apprehended In Credit Union Robbery

Fall River Police have arrested one of their Ten Most Wanted criminals.

Forty-six year old Michael Couto, a suspect in a recent bank robbery, was arraigned Thursday at the Fall River Justice Center on charges of armed robbery and larceny over $250

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Attorney Gloria Allred (R) with alleged victims of Bill Cosby / Getty Images
Attorney Gloria Allred (R) with alleged victims of Bill Cosby / Getty Images

Cosby’s Lawyers Answer Latest Allegations

Bill Cosby's lawyers are firing back at the woman who claims the entertainer molested her at the Playboy Mansion 40 years ago.

In legal documents obtained by TMZ, Cosby's legal team claim Judy Huth tried to extort 100-thousand-dollars from Cosby last month, promising to not go public with the allegations in exchange for money

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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel / Getty Images

Sexual Assaults In Military Continue To Climb

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says there's been some ``real progress,'' but critics are troubled by an increase in sexual assaults among the military.

New data shows nearly 6,000 sexual assaults reported in 2014 by service members, a nearly 8 percent increase

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Death Penalty Challenge Heard In ’01 Murders

Lawyers for a man who confessed to carjacking and killing two men in Massachusetts and killing a third man in New Hampshire have argued that the federal government should not force the death penalty on Massachusetts, a state that has rejected capital punishment

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Candles represent 12 homicide victims in New Bedford / Jim Phillips / TSM
Candles represent 12 homicide victims in New Bedford / Jim Phillips / TSM

Candlelight Vigil Honors Survivors Of Homicide Victims

The survivors of a dozen homicide victims in New Bedford gathered Tuesday night at the Peace Garden at Acushnet Avenue and Russell Street to remember their loved ones.

Among them was 13 year old Jasiah Barros, the daughter of Christopher Barros who was gunned down nine years ago

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