Authorities release documents in the Boston Marathon bombing. Includes notes that Jahar Tsarnaev allegedly wrote while hiding inside parked boat.
A year after the Boston bombing, where three died and more than 250 were injured, thousand of runners recover after racing this year's Boston Marathon.
Two Texoma Runners at the Boston Marathon in 2013 crossed the finish line more than an hour before the bombs went off.
Runners return for the 118th Boston Marathon, one year after a bomb attack killed three and wounded dozens more.
Two people from Altus prepare to run in this year's Boston Marathon and reflect on past experiences at the race.
Dancer who lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing returns to the stage.
Sydney Corcoran has been called a survivor and an inspiration. This week, she gained a new title: prom queen.
Tsarnaev roommates face charges of obstruction and making false statements.
All of the more than 180 people injured in the Boston Marathon blasts one week ago who made it to a hospital alive now seem likely to survive.
The lone surviving suspect in the bombing attack on the Boston Marathon one week ago is communicating in writing, and could be ready to be questioned by an elite FBI team.
Questioning of accused Boston bomber begins; ties to radical groups probed.
People keep asking Joe Berti if he feels unlucky.
Boston residents urged to stay indoors as police search for bombing suspect.
One suspect in Boston Bombing dead. Manhunt underway for second suspect. Boston on total lockdown.
One Marathon bombing suspect dead, massive manhunt underway for the second suspect.
The FBI has released video and photos of two "armed and dangerous" suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing and appealed for the public's help in identifying them.
President Obama speaks at Boston interfaith prayer service.
Scammers, crooks and spreaders of computer malware have wasted little time in trying to play off the public's sympathy for the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy.
As the investigation of the Boston Marathon explosions continue, a city on edge starts to heal. Chris Pollone reports.
Investigators say they've identified a "number of people" they're interested in talking with.