Headlines for Thursday, February 18, 2016

National headlines

President Barack Obama expected to visit Cuba in March – The Boston Globe

Fight over San Bernardino gunman’s locked iPhone could have big impact, major privacy implications

State headlines

Suzanne Bump launching quest for DCF’s ‘greatest risks

UMass made major strides in renovations, new buildings, Meehan says – The Boston Globe

UMass Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy says no to more polka on WMUA, host says

Should State Sen. Brian Joyce resign? Gov. Charlie Baker says investigation should ‘take its course’

Mass. Republican Party demands State Sen. Brian Joyce’s resignation after FBI raids law office

New conditions for MGM Springfield project approved by City Council

FBI, IRS raid Canton law office of state Senator Brian Joyce – The Boston Globe

You’ll never guess where John Kasich is spending S.C. primary night – The Boston Globe

$1.2M statewide economic program launches | WBJournal.com

Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone: We’re Not Looking for Money From Wynn Resorts

Minority Supporters Make State House Pitches For Clinton, Sanders

Sanders Leads Clinton in New Poll of Massachusetts Voters

Nurses press for increased workplace protections | Local News | gloucestertimes.com

Cheap gas and more miles traveled lead to increase in traffic fatalities in state – News – The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, MA – Quincy, MA

Baker pledges more for repairs | State News | salemnews.com

Local headlines

Legal questions arise New Bedford leaders’ heroin OD talks

Hillary for President regional HQ opens in downtown New Bedford

Hyde found not guilty in trespass case

UMass hires former head of failed Cape business

After city spends $1.37 million on legal fees, council continues Brockton Power fight

Former Raynham treasurer-collector suing town

Council mulls tax hike for housing, preservation | Dorchester Reporter

Mayor Walsh, Cardinal O’Malley will travel to Knock Shrine in July | Dorchester Reporter

Boston Lobsters are moving to New York City – Boston Business Journal

Education Activists Charge Walsh And Baker Skimp On Public School Funding

Landlord: Rivera on hook for $2m in repairs – CommonWealth Magazine

Pittsfield man accused of bilking MassHealth of $47,000

Police accuse Rockland selectman of carrying loaded gun and driving while drunk

Protesters seek more money for Boston schools

GOP presidential candidate John Kasich to hold town hall in Worcester

ACLU rebuts Worcester’s bid to reduce $1M in fees for panhandling case

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders backers tout support in Massachusetts communities of color

Milton selectmen decline to renew chief’s contract – The Boston Globe

Immigrant advocates rally against raids, deportation – The Boston Globe