Brady or Jones? Watertown Couple Split Over Who To Support When Tom Brady Comes To Town Sunday

WATERTOWN (CBS) – It appears to be a house divided for a Watertown couple. Mark Pettiglio wears his No. 12 while his wife, Ann-Marie sports No. 10 for the new guy. “I’ll be rooting for our defense. I’d like to see Belichick pull something out of his hoodie,” said Ann-Marie Pettiglio. Mark said he’s feeling like a… Continue reading Brady or Jones? Watertown Couple Split Over Who To Support When Tom Brady Comes To Town Sunday

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Keller @ Large: Stark Divide Over COVID Vaccine Mandates

BOSTON (CBS) – While more than 70 percent of all American adults have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the divide between the vaccinated and unvaccinated is stark. The number of vaccinations may be growing as cities, states and businesses announce new mandates. But the backlash persists. An anti-vax protest on Beacon… Continue reading Keller @ Large: Stark Divide Over COVID Vaccine Mandates

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Minuteman High School Program Training Students To Help Overworked Veterinary Offices, Animal Hospitals

WALTHAM (CBS) – Pandemic pets and their owners are putting a strain on overworked local veterinary offices and animal hospitals. But Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical High School just started a new program to help train new workers in this fast-growing industry. Through a partnership with the Blue Pearl Animal Hospital in Waltham, students will have… Continue reading Minuteman High School Program Training Students To Help Overworked Veterinary Offices, Animal Hospitals

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Massachusetts school investigating ‘vile’ and ‘blatantly racist’ email sent to Black students

AMHERST, Mass. (WWLP) – Black students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst were outraged after a racist letter sent to African American groups on campus suggested they should “consider doing the human race a favor and getting sterilized.”  Black Lives Matter mural in Springfield defaced for third time The school announced Monday it had hired a national cyber security firm to help investigate… Continue reading Massachusetts school investigating ‘vile’ and ‘blatantly racist’ email sent to Black students

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Judge suspends Britney Spears’s father from conservatorship that controls her life and money

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has suspended Britney Spears’s father from the conservatorship that has controlled the singer’s life and money for 13 years. Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny agreed with a petition from Spears and her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, that James Spears needs to give up his role as conservator. The move is… Continue reading Judge suspends Britney Spears’s father from conservatorship that controls her life and money

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Puppy love helps man heal

(NEWS10) — Brendan Wiltse shares something in common with all of us. He has loved and lost pets he adored, yet somehow finds the strength to risk his heart again. Man posts ‘Bonus Days’ with dog diagnosed with cancer, inspires thousands Two years ago, I drove three hours north and then took a boat ride… Continue reading Puppy love helps man heal

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Democrats criticize Supreme Court for using ‘shadow docket’ on Texas’ new abortion law

WASHINGTON (Nexstar) — Senators on the Judiciary Committee took a look Wednesday at the new Texas abortion law, Senate Bill 8. The law bans abortions once cardiac activity is detected, which could be around six weeks into a pregnancy. Citizens can also help enforce the law. Democrats say the Supreme Court abused its “shadow docket”… Continue reading Democrats criticize Supreme Court for using ‘shadow docket’ on Texas’ new abortion law

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Expert says newly approved cancer screening test can drop deaths by 20 percent

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — When dealing with cancer, the best chance of survival is to catch it early. In New York State, there are 115,000 new cancer cases and 35,000 deaths every year. New York just approved an innovative method called “Galleri” — the only blood test that can reportedly detect 50 different types of… Continue reading Expert says newly approved cancer screening test can drop deaths by 20 percent

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