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Hernandez Co-Defendants Appear In Court On Murder Charges

(AP) — Two men accused of joining with former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez to kill a man in 2013 have appeared in court for the first time since Hernandez's murder conviction.

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U.S. Supreme Court / Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
U.S. Supreme Court / Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Opponents Say Supreme Court Ruling Will Hurt Southcoast

The Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges, which essentially legalized gay marriage in all 50 states, was viewed by opponents it as a setback for traditional families. 

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Fort Taber - Fort Rodman Historical Association photo.
Fort Taber - Fort Rodman Historical Association photo.

World War II Reenactment Is This Weekend At Fort Taber

The Fort Taber-Fort Rodman Military Museum in New Bedford is hosting its 8th annual World War II Living History program this weekend.

Organizer Robert Bromley says its a salute to the "Greatest Generation" that earned historic victories over Germany and Japan

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Milan Lucic traded to Los Angeles /  Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Getty Images
Milan Lucic traded to Los Angeles / Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Getty Images

Bruins Trade Lucic, Hamilton For Draft Picks And Two Players

Forward Milan Lucic is changing coasts.

The Boston Bruins have traded the 27-year-old to the Los Angeles Kings for the 13th overall pick in tonight's NHL Entry Draft, goalie Martin Jones and defensive prospect Colin Miller

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City Commission Looks To Question Voc-Tech Supt. Over Former Teacher’s Racial Remarks

The City's Human Relations Commission has some questions for Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech's superintendent.

Voc-Tech teacher Lino Cabral resigned last week after posting controversial racial remarks to social media in April.

Human Relations Commission member Kevin Thomas tells WBSM News it appears Superintendent

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President Obama Offers Eulogy For Reverend Pinckney

President Obama says last week's deadly shooting spree in South Carolina has opened a lot of eyes to racial injustice and gun violence. Obama delivered the eulogy for one of the nine victims of the shooting in an historic black church in Charleston

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