Kristina Rex, WBZ Boston News

Kristina Rex

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Past articles by Kristina:

College Roommates Of Khaled Awad, Suspect In Brighton Rabbi Stabbing, Say He Was ‘Very Much Anti-Semitic’ – CBS Boston

College friends of Khaled Awad, the man accused of stabbing Rabbi Shlomo Noginski eight times outside a Jewish school in Brighton Thursday, say he had a violent streak and "was very much anti-Semitic". → Read More

‘We’re Just Not There Yet’: Some Vaccinated People Still Wearing Masks Inside And Outside

With no mask mandate, many people are now wondering when to keep the mask on and others are excited to take it off for good. → Read More

Residents, Restaurant Owners Excited As Full Capacity Games At Fenway Park Begin Saturday

As many as 38,000 people could be at Fenway Park once the state opens up on Saturday. → Read More

Boston Marathon Runners Understanding, But Disappointed Race Is Canceled

Runners have trained for the 2020 Boston Marathon not once, but twice. → Read More

Friends With Autism From Different Coasts Bond Over Love Of ‘The Lion King’

The bond between Luke McNair and Andy Brooking is unlike any other. The two teenagers have two things in common: a love for “The Lion King” musical, and life on the autism spectrum. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian Alters Couple’s Cape Cod Wedding Plans – CBS Boston

Hurricane Dorian is expected to scrape New England this weekend, which means rain on a couple's wedding day. → Read More

Federal tax dollars protect big pharma from dangerous vaccination lawsuits

A little-known federal goverment program pays out vaccine victims - and has sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to people in Maine. → Read More

Former Oxford County sheriff to testify about claims of sexual harassment

Wayne Gallant resigned as Oxford County sheriff in December amid claims he solicited sex from his employees, and recent court testimony revealed the FBI has been investigating for months. → Read More

Fellow Kennebunk teachers in court to support coworker accused of abusing student

Despite accusations of sexual abuse and an ongoing trial, a group of Kennebunk High School teachers are sticking by their coworker: Jill LaMontagne. → Read More

Teacher accused of sexual abuse of student takes stand

In the third day of the trial of Jill LaMontagne, the accused abuser took the stand to testify in her own defense. → Read More

UMaine football player who died had yet to play a college game

The University of Maine says 18-year-old Darius Minor died during an outdoor workout on Tuesday. The freshman from Virginia was on a full scholarship, according to his Twitter. → Read More

Boob t-shirts and the woman who got them yanked from the shelves

One Maine woman was shocked when she sifted through the shelves at family friendly Marden's in Scarborough. What she found: t-shirts covered in lewd images of women. → Read More

His fictional headlines reach 3 million people a week

To millions on Facebook, he's "Busta Troll," known for inflammatory, false headlines that go viral. In person, he's Christopher Blair, Maine resident and father of three. → Read More

Judge thought Lewiston murder suspect would 'age out' of violent behavior

The suspect in a fatal stabbing had a 40-year history of assaulting women. How was he walking the streets a free man? → Read More

Domestic violence survivor: Protection order 'didn't do anything at all'

Sandy Goulet narrowly escaped her abuser's wrath when he violated a protection order and went on a shooting rampage - aiming for her. That's why she says court ordered protection isn't as strong as it should be. → Read More

Ditching plastic straws is nothing new in Maine

It may be a new national conversation - but businesses in Maine are ahead of the curve on banning plastic straws. → Read More

Auburn PD will put suspected shoplifters on social media blast in new campaign

"The last thing somebody wants to be is in a bad light on Facebook." → Read More

What happens when you report child abuse to Maine DHHS

In a new display of transparency, Maine DHHS is explaining its processes and procedures when it comes to filtering abuse reports. → Read More

'Veto' of jail funding sparks tension between LePage, Maine sheriffs

The legislature ultimately sided with sheriffs in a special session Monday, overriding the Governor's veto. Still, the president of the Maine Sheriff's Association said he was "appalled" at some of the accusations made by Governor LePage. → Read More

A bill that could affect your electric bill is in limbo in Augusta

The "emergency" bill would add regulations for major electric companies in Maine. → Read More