NBC Boston reports the bodies of a man and a woman were found on the tracks this morning - but were not hit by a train. Shuttle buses are running instead between Quincy Center and JFK/UMass, but there are lines.
One of these men is behind bars, the other is still loose.
Aiyoub Alsallak, 29, was arraigned today on various charges for a Sept. 5 attack on a Red Line platform at Andrew station that left the 56-year-old victim with head injuries, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Transit Police report arresting a Dorchester woman after allegedly she tried to end an argument about how long two people were taking in the restroom at the Ashmont Red Line station by decking them. Read more.
Transit Police report they are looking for two men they say attacked a 56-year-old man at the Andrew Red Line stop around 9 p.m. on Monday, sending him to a local hospital for emergency care. Read more.
A Transit Police officer was sentenced to just probation last month after admitting he beat a homeless man at Ashmont station - and then arrested the man on a bogus charge of assault and battery on a police officer, court records show. Read more.
The T started the day running shuttle buses instead of Red Line trains out of Braintree this morning because an equipment vehicle involved in repair work derailed near Quincy Center and damaged the third rail, WCVB reports.
Karyn Regal at WBZ NewsRadio reports that the Federal Transit Administration has ordered the T to pull off the job all train-yard and maintenance workers when another train starts rolling down the tracks when it shouldn't, which happened most recently, that we know of, on the Red Line on Monday morning. Read more.
The MBTA is reporting a deceased Red Line train at Kendall/MIT means delays of up to 20 minutes all up and down the line - in fact, they say trains might just stand by at stations, no doubt with their doors open to let out any cool air they might have.
A South Boston man faces a charge of indecent assault and battery after he allegedly stuffed his face in a woman's lap on a Red Line train Saturday morning, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.