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Downtown Rangers train for disaster scenario

After the bombing at the Boston marathon many law enforcement agencies are re-evaluating security and first response. That's why the head of the downtown Las Vegas Rangers is training his people to handle a disaster. Full story

Marathon bombing victim honored

A woman killed in the Boston Marathon bombings is being honored at one of her favorite places.    The east gazebo on Spectacle Island Park in Boston Harbor will be dedicated to 29-year-old Krystle Campbell of Medford. Campbell was one of three people killed April 15 when two bombs were placed near t Full story

Westfield's "Car for a Cause" project

The One Fund Boston that helps the marathon bombing victims today benefited from a classic car show in Westfield. Full story

Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Gets New Leg

(NECN) Boston Marathon bombing survivor JP Norden is standing tall today.Norden and his brother were spectators at the marathon and we're injured when the bomb went off. The 33-year-old suffered a number of injuries including the loss of his right leg.On Monday, he was walking again thanks to a new Full story

Last marathon bombing victim to leave Spaulding

BOSTON (WHDH) -- Marc Fucarile, who was injured in the bombings at the Boston Marathon, will be discharged from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on Wednesday, 100 days after the attack. Full story

Reflections on women and appearance

“So how do I look?” I used to desperately ask my husband during the early years of our marriage. This was usually after a marathon session in front of the bedroom mirror, with my trying on every dress in my wardrobe in a tempest of frustration and insecurity. Full story

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Video

  Boston bombing suspect indicted by government

NBC’s Pete Williams reports on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s indictment by a federal grand jury.

  Boston bombing victim reunited with man who saved him

Rob Wheeler, who came to the aid of Ron Brassard during the Boston Marathon bombing, met up with him again at Brassard’s college graduation at Framingham State University. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.

  Runner makes a difference for Boston bombing victims

This week’s “Footsoldier” is Amy Palmiero-Winters, who founded a nonprofit that helps children with physical disabilities. Now she is working on behalf of the four children who lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombing.

  Meet the woman who lost 179 pounds!

Joy Bauer introduces the newest member of the Joy Fit Club, Becky Sigurnjak, who once weighed in at 357 pounds, but after changing her eating habits and exercising, lost 179 lbs.

  Walking Boston Marathon path for a cause

Family members of bombing victims walk the marathon route one month after the blasts to raise awareness and money. NECN's Scot Yount reports.

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