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Video: Chilly, windy Thursday; Watching weekend storm
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Dozens march for social justice in Boston despite downpours
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Facebook user struggles to regain account after hack: 'This has been a complete nightmare'
The users, who also use the platform for business purposes, say it's been impossible to regain access to their accounts, despite following the Facebook-recommended prompts.
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Boston activists push for more change in wake of Derek Chauvin verdict
Many people are celebrating the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer, while others are cautioning that the move to racial justice is still underway.
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Mobile barber pivots shop, charters new course to keep income afloat
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Witness photo shows scene in Worcester before deadly police shooting
Authorities say the man who was shot and killed by police was claiming that he had an explosive device and a rifle and that he eventually made "furtive movements." Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now
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