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Thursday's Headlines: April 18, 2019

Thursday's Headlines: April 18, 2019

Joe Biden to Rally With Striking Stop and Shop Workers
Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will address Stop and Shop grocery store workers who are on strike over changes to their union contract. He has expressed his support for the workers. The rally begins at 2 p.m. at the South Bay Center in Dorchester. [Boston.com]


Seth Moulton Will Announce His 2020 Presidential Campaign
Seth Moulton, U.S. Representative for the 6th congressional district of Massachusetts (Essex County and the North Shore), was spotted taping a campaign video in Marblehead yesterday. The 40-year-old Democrat is expected to announce his run for the presidency later this week. [Axios]


Judge Temporarily Halts the Release of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa Video
When Florida prosecutors announced yesterday that they planned to release the videos of customers at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa that is accused of running a prostitution house, lawyers for Patriots owner Robert Kraft immediately petitioned to suppress the release. Later the same day, a judge said that the release of the videos will be on hold until a hearing on April 29, where he will announce his decision on the legality of the videos’ release. [UpToBoston]


Man Pulls Out a Gun in a Fit of Road Rage on I-93 in Braintree
Massachusetts State Police arrested 33-year-old Daniel Bates of Avon following a road rage incident during yesterday morning’s commute on I-93 southbound. The man waved his gun at the other driver, who is alleged to have pulled out a knife and may also face charges. Bates is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace. [Massachusetts State Police]


Pedestrian Killed By MBTA Bus in Chelsea This Morning
The Tobin Bridge on-ramp is closed during the investigation. From the Twitter feed of the Massachusetts State Police: