What Happened This Week: Jan. 7-11

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

Boston shutdown protest

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Federal Workers Rally In Boston To Demand End To Shutdown

Federal workers who aren't getting paychecks amid the lingering government shutdown rallied in Boston Friday to call on President Donald Trump to drop his demand for funding for a wall on the southern U.S. border.

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Kevin Spacey Trial

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Kevin Spacey Ordered To Stay Away From Accuser

Kevin Spacey must stay away from the young man who accused him of groping him at a Massachusetts bar in 2016, a judge ordered Monday.

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TSA

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Logan TSA Workers Prepare To Miss Paycheck Due To Shutdown

The union that represents TSA workers warns that the current government shutdown has already cost the agency part of its workforce — and if the shutdown continues and workers don't get paid, more workers will likely quit.

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townsend police sgt killed

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Townsend Police Sgt., Wife Killed In Crash

A retired Townsend Police Sergeant and his wife were killed in a car crash late Thursday night in Epping New Hampshire.

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Unions And National Grid Come To An Agreement

 The United Steelworkers approved a new contract agreement with National Grid Monday. 

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