Top Boston news: Hospice nurse accused of stealing morphine; brothers arrested in fatal bar fight

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Boston.

Hospice nurse indicted on charges she stole morphine meant for dying veterans

A Tewksbury woman was indicted on Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Boston on charges she stole morphine while employed as a nurse in the hospice unit at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center campus in Bedford.

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2 brothers arrested in connection with bar fight death

Matthew and Steven Potter, the sons of a retired Quincy police sergeant, were arrested in connection with the beating death of Christopher McCallum in January, the sources said.

Read the full story on NBC10 Boston.

Person shot on River Street in Hyde Park, near Mattapan line

The shooting happened around 9 p.m. outside the Boston Prep charter school, across from the Price Rite parking lot.

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Mayor responds to fatal overdoses in police lockup

Mayor Marty Walsh responded to a report on the recent deaths of three men in police custody, two from drug overdoses, saying, "We have to do a better job."

Read the full story on WCVB.

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