We begin tonight with a verbal clash between Boston's Police Commissioner and the American Civil Liberties Union. At issue is information shared by Boston Police with federal immigration enforcement.
Two people accused of dragging a teenager from a speeding car now face murder charges.
The victim, Kemoni Miller, died in a hospital last Wednesday. On November sixteenth, he was dragged from a car on Gallivan Boulevard in what prosecutors say was an attempted robbery.
Some local officials are promising a a close look at applications for pot shops in Boston.
The first two shops for selling recreational marijuana opened last week in central Massachusetts.
Interview with Eileen McAnneny, Massachusetts Taxpayers' Association.