By Kerry Kavanaugh WFXT NORTON, Mass. - When Ileana Martinez woke up Sunday morning with severe stomach cramps, she knew something was wrong. She was in for the surprise of her life. "If I heard this story from somebody, I'd say she's lying," she said. Her sister thought she had an ovarian cyst.
by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated: NORTON, Mass. - When Ileana Martinez woke up Sunday morning with severe stomach cramps, she knew something was wrong. She was in for the surprise of her life. "If I heard this story from somebody, I'd say she's lying," she said. Her sister thought she had an ovarian cyst.
Updated: BOSTON - A man accused of selling drugs out of his baby's stroller is set to appear in court Monday, according to Boston police. After reports of drug transactions in Dorchester Friday, police say they watched a man walking a baby carriage -- with a 1-year-old baby in it -- sell crack cocaine to a man on Bushnell Street.
by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated: BOSTON - Trash is piling up along the Commuter Rail tracks at Back Bay station and some say it's been doing so for quite some time. One commuter contacted FOX25 after seeing the same pile for nearly a year and snapping pictures of it at different times.
It has been almost a year since two people died when their pickup truck crashed through a pedestrian barrier and plunged into the Charles River. But since then, the hand rail along the road over the Charles River Dam hasn't been replaced.
by: Kerry Kavanaugh, Dalton Main Updated: GLOUCESTER, Mass. - Gloucester's chief of police has been fired amid allegations he interfered with an investigation, his attorney says. Chief Leonard Campanello's attorney says the allegations are untrue and says it is a wrongful termination -- even calling it a witch hunt.
by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated: BOSTON - A local man is on the long road to recovery after an incident at a Boston bar left him in a coma for several weeks. FOX25 has been following this case since May, when 27-year-old Robbie McLaughlin was found bloody and unconscious outside Baseball Tavern, a bar near Fenway Park.
by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated: WOBURN, Mass. - For the first time since their 15 month was found unresponsive in the care of a babysitter, a Woburn couple is speaking out about the investigation into his death. The parents told FOX25 Investigative reporter Kerry Kavanaugh someone intentionally harmed their son, and now they want justice for baby Noah.
by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated: MATTAPAN, Mass. - Meticulous barbers were trimming and buzzing Sunday, while stylists scrubbed and set some very important clientele. "This is a big day for all of us," said Savonn Hatcher, a barber at Mattapan's Finest Barbers.
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