Top Boston news: Man guilty of scamming senior citizens; Iranian university student deported; more

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

Iranian student deported by Customs in Boston

Mohammad Shahab Dehghani Hossein, a 24-year-old Iranian Northeastern undergrad detained at Logan Airport, was sent back home and kept from starting his spring semester at the university.

Read the full story on Boston Magazine.

Man pleads guilty to role in senior citizen scam

A Boston man pleaded guilty Tuesday to participating in a scheme to cheat senior citizens out of cash by pretending to be a relative who’s in jail and needs bail money, federal prosecutors said.

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Taiwanese chain to bring its photogenic boba tea to Boston area

Tiger Sugar has filed paperwork for Cambridge and Allston locations, furthering its explosive American expansion.

Read the full story on Eater Boston.

Trial begins in lawsuit over teen's diagnosis at Boston Children's Hospital

Opening statements began Tuesday in the long-delayed trial for a lawsuit filed by the family of a Connecticut teen who was placed in state custody after a dispute over her diagnosis.

Read the full story on WCVB.

Confusion between Boston’s 2 Zuma restaurants is almost over

Fancy international sushi chain Zuma expanded to Boston with much fanfare in mid-2019, exciting local diners who had visited Zuma locations in London, New York, Hong Kong and beyond. But there was a problem: Boston already had a restaurant called Zuma.

Read the full story on Eater Boston.

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