What Happened This Week: Dec. 17-21

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) — This week’s top stories and updates: 

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Woman killed in Everett identified, husband arrested for murder

Authorities said a husband turned himself into Police and is under arrest for shooting and killing his wife with a shotgun in Everett Wednesday.

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Natick Woman’s Op-Ed Over Proposed Daycare Vouchers Sparks Backlash

A Natick woman was blasted on social media for an op-ed piece she wrote in the Cape Cod Chronicle titled "Why Pay To Keep Young Families In Chatham?"

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Child walks again thanks to prosthetic donation from non-profit 

A New Hampshire Foundation, started by a UMass Lowell Student who lost her leg in a moped accident donated its first prosthetic limb Wednesday.

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Haverhill girl dies after several days in a coma; Essex DA investigates 

An eleven-year-old girl from Haverhill died after several days in a coma. Police and the Essex District Attorney's Office are investigating the circumstances that led to her death.

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Fall River Mayor given until Christmas Eve to resign or face recall

Get out, or be voted out.

That's the message being sent to Fall River's embattled Mayor Jasiel Correia by the Fall River City Council. Correia, indicted in October on federal tax and wire fraud charges, has been given until Christmas Eve to resign — or face a recall election.

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