BOSTON (WHDH) - Boston Police are investigating two shootings in Roslindale overnight that happened just one hour a part. The first shooting happened just after 12 a.m. on Saturday on Washington Street, near the corner of Washington Street and Metropolitan Avenue. Officials said one person was shot in the abdomen and was taken to the hospital in serious condition. There is no word on the current condition of that victim.
BOSTON (WHDH) — Students at the Berklee School of Music staged a walk out Monday in protest of how sexual misconduct is handled at the school. Students walked in silence in protest of the sexual assault allegations. They also accused the school of not taking the subject seriously. This comes after a recent Boston Globe investigation found that Berklee left several professors leave quietly after facing sexual assault allegations.
BOSTON (WHDH) — A legally blind Boston woman said an Uber driver refused to give her a ride because of her service dog. Milissa Garside said she called for an Uber Saturday night as part of an MBTA program that shares costs for the Uber trip as an alternative to their RIDE program. Garside and her boyfriend Richard Welch said half of the time they call for rides, the driver refuses to give them a ride because of her service dog.
@Justafool2764@7News Somewhere between 500-1,000 or more counter protestors depending on who’s estimating. Those arrested didn’t get to identify or say. Most I would guess appeared to be counter protestors but I could not be certain.
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