Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
State government budgets like a recent college grad: State Treasurer Tim Cahill says he’s going to have to borrow $400 million to pay the bills. [Globe]
Runaway train: As many as 150 commuters on a Stoughton-bound train were injured when an out of control freight car slammed head-on into their train. [Herald]
It’s over: Suffolk County DA Dan Conley won’t press criminal charges against the owners of the Tai Ho restaurant, in which two firefighters died last summer. [Globe]
Then again, maybe not: Now that the criminal investigation has closed, the Boston Fire Department will request the autopsies and toxicology reports for the men, and may re-open the probe into their deaths. [Herald]