Top Boston news: Mom arrested in connection with toddler's death; murder victim ID'd; more

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Woman who sent text messages urging boyfriend to kill himself to be released from jail

Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts woman who sent her boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself, will be released from jail next week, Boston 25 News learned on Monday, just hours after the Supreme Court left in place her conviction.

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Community rallies around hockey player who suffered on-ice spinal injury

North Quincy High hockey player Connor Kulig was rushed to Boston Children's Hospital, where he was diagnosed with a fractured vertebrae.

Read the full story on WCVB Channel 5 Boston.

Whitman woman arrested in connection with 2-year-old daughter's death

A woman has been arrested in connection with the death of her 2-year-old daughter, who was found bruised and unresponsive on a couch on Sept. 28.

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Crews respond to several manhole fires 

Police said three fires were reported in the areas of Tremont Street, School Street and Cambridge Street on Monday morning.

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Grove Hall murder victim identified

Police have identified the man who died in a double shooting at Washington and Normandy streets as Treshawn Boyd, 19. He died a few blocks from where his father was murdered in 2010.

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