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Pam Cross
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It's a mix of emotions. The family of a woman killed in 2010 say they are happy a suspect was indicted by grand jury, but it will not bring Trudie Hall back. The pregnant 23 year old woman was killed, allegedly by the father of her unborn child.  Quoizel Wilson, 35 faces a first degree murder charge and other counts.  He was arraigned in Barnstable Superior Court.
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Have you been keeping track of #typhoonhaiyan  ? We have coverage tonight on the late news and the latest on relief attempts in the Philippines and in greater Boston.
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Congratulations, vets graduate from #Veterans Court in Dedham. The Norfolk County court is for Vets in trouble with law. They face justice and get help.  Many suffer from PTSD.
The judge, probation, VA help them find jobs, housing and a future. Judge Mary Hogan Sullivan is cheerleader, disciplinarian, mentor and of course jurist.
Best wishes to five army and marine corp vets who have worked hard to overcome service related troubles. The court, one of a kind in MA may be replicated in other counties.
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How did you spend #veteransday ? Braintree MA continued the tradition of keeping stores closed until noon. Many shoppers showed up ready for holiday sales.  They had to wait. The police chief, made the order and said it was the "least" we can do for those who sacrificed so much of their time and lives. The town held a Vets Day observance with music and speeches. By afternoon, stores were jammed with shoppers.
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Reporter at WCVB Channel 5
Pam Cross has been a WCVB-TV news anchor since May 1993.

Currently, she is co-anchor of the 6 and 11 p.m. Saturday editions of NewsCenter 5.

A longtime member of the news team she is also a general assignment reporter and daily contributor to

A former radio news reporter, Cross is the recipient of numerous awards, including the YMCA Boston Black Achievers Award, honors from the Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus, the Boston Association of Black Journalists, and is a member of the Boston YWCA's Academy of Women Achievers.

Cross is a graduate of Emerson College. She lives south of Boston with husband Ron Ancrum.

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