BOSTON (AP) — Michelle Carter, the woman convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself in text messages that included, "Just do it, babe," was released from jail...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday left in place the conviction of a Massachusetts woman who sent her boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself.
BOSTON (AP) — 2019's biggest stories in Massachusetts played out in the courtroom.
Dozens of wealthy and privileged parents — some of them Hollywood stars — were ensnared in a nationwide...
BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts woman convicted of urging her boyfriend to kill himself via text messages has been denied early release.
The state Parole Board announced Friday it rejected...
NATICK, Mass. (AP) — Massachusetts officials are weighing whether to grant early jail release for Michelle Carter, the woman currently imprisoned for urging her suicidal boyfriend via text...
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts lawmakers have introduced a bill that would make encouraging someone into taking their own life a crime.
The bill announced Tuesday is called Conrad's Law after...
BOSTON (AP) — Suicide and allegations of sexual misconduct darkly dominated the news in Massachusetts in 2017.
There was ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's hanging in prison and Michelle Carter's manslaughter conviction for sending text messages urging her boyfriend to kill himself.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Olympic champion Michelle Carter won the shot put Sunday in the USA Track & Field Indoor Championships with a mark of 62 feet, 5 1/4 inches.
Carter has been busy outside track since Rio, making an appearance on "The Bachelor" and doing speaking engagements across the country at everything from businesses to churches.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Mario Sategna, the University of Texas track coach who has tutored Olympians and led the Longhorns to the 2015 Big 12 championship, is taking an indefinite leave of absence.
A university spokesman said Monday that Sategna requested the leave but declined to give further details. Assistants Tonja Buford-Bailey and Ty Sevin were named interim co-head coaches in Sategna's absence.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Jeff Henderson had an Olympic gold medal in his grasp. Just not one he could call his own.
With a pressure-packed jump on his last try of the night, the American long jumper changed all that. He won his own gold medal in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday and returned the one he carried for motivation to its rightful owner.
And now both Henderson and his coach, 1984 triple jump champ Al Joyner, really have something to celebrate.