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The gunman, identified as an 18-year-old man from the area, was killed by law enforcement, police said.
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The Boston Celtics will have a full squad for Wednesday night's Game 5 in Miami.
Red Sox pitching prospect Josh Winckowski is expected to make his big league debut this weekend during Boston's double header against the Orioles.
More than five years after throwing his last professional pass, quarterback Colin Kaepernick is getting a legitimate look from an NFL team.
Jayson Tatum is honored -- "obviously" -- to be a member of this year's All-NBA First Team. But he still feels the system for determining that group could use some adjustments.
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