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Past articles by Jim:

It's getting spooky on the streets of Salem

Halloween is Saturday which is perfect timing for the city of Salem, and the ghoulish goings-on that begin Friday will roll deep into the weekend. → Read More

New suspects ID'd in Pan Am bombing

Twenty-seven years after a passenger jet was blown up over Lockerbie, Scotland, two new suspects have been identified. → Read More

Life sentence for man who killed grandmother for drug money

A Boston man convicted of killing a 67-year-old grandmother in her home faces sentencing. → Read More

Recognize this man? He performed lewd act dressed as priest, police say

Cambridge police are looking for the man who dressed as a priest and committed a lewd act at the altar of a church last month. → Read More

Firefighter charged in taco shop assault

A Brookline firefighter is charged with beating and kicking a man because he was unhappy about how long it took the man to order his food at a restaurant, police said. → Read More

Dell acquiring Hopkinton's EMC in $67B deal

Dell is buying data storage company EMC in a deal valued at approximately $67 billion, a move that will transform the PC company into a major player in the data storage market. → Read More

Mega EMC-Dell merger expected today

The Bay State's largest technology company is expected to announce a mega merger on Monday. → Read More

Hamilton man ramming cruisers killed by Beverly police, DA says

A 49-year-old Hamilton man, described by police as "suicidal," was shot and killed by a veteran Beverly police officer. → Read More

Suspect shot by police after striking cruisers dies

A suspect who was shot by a veteran Beverly Police officer after striking two police cruisers died Saturday. → Read More

Mother of El Faro crew member speaks about daughter's legacy

The mother of a crew member on a cargo ship that went missing in the Atlantic spoke about her daughter Sunday. → Read More

High school shower picture prompts investigation

A picture has prompted an investigation at Winthrop High School on Wednesday. → Read More

65 years after going MIA, Korean war vet finally laid to rest

Reading World War II and Korean War veteran Sgt. Christopher Vars was finally laid to rest Tuesday, 65 years after he went missing in North Korea. → Read More

Biggest rivalry football games to be played at Fenway

Eight teams will play their Thanksgiving football games at Fenway park next month, and NewsCenter 5's Jim Lokay was there for a preview Thursday. → Read More

High school football heads to Fenway Park

Eight local high school football teams will play their Thanksgiving games on the hallowed field of Fenway Park. → Read More

Most dangerous intersections for bicyclists?

New crash records show a dangerous trend for bicyclists on Boston streets. → Read More

McDonald's customer allegedly pulls gun after being charged for ice

A McDonald's customer wasn't too happy about being charged for extra sauce and a cup of ice Tuesday night. → Read More

McDonald's customer allegedly pulls gun after being charged for ice

A McDonald's customer allegedly pulls a gun on a worker after being charged for sauce and a cup of ice. → Read More

Will taxpayers be on hook for Boston Grand Prix?

Taxpayers may be footing part of the bill for an expensive sporting event in Boston. → Read More

Woman held on bail in alleged starving, beating of boyfriend's son

A woman was in Worcester Superior Court Monday, accused in the starving and beating her boyfriend's 7-year-old son. → Read More

Baker wants to focus on systemic problems at DCF

With the identification of "Baby Doe" as 2-year-old Bella Bond, Gov. Charlie Baker finds himself again thrust into the sad — and sadly familiar — position of responding to the death or mistreatment of a child at one point under the supervision of the state. → Read More