Amy Bishop Wants To Go On Trial for Her Brother's Death

Amy Bishop Wants To Go On Trial for Her Brother’s Death in 1986. Bishop, the former University of Alabama-Huntsville professor sentenced to life in prison without parole for shooting three colleagues to death and injuring three others in 2010, objects to the Norfolk District Attorney’s decision not to try her in the death of Seth Bishop years ago in Braintree, her lawyer said Tuesday.  [AP]

Wes Welker Says Tom Brady’s Sideline Swearing Directed at Teammates. Not at Buffalo’s players or fans, as has been speculated since cameras caught Brady saying something unsavory. “I think he was kind of directing it at me and Deion [Branch] a little bit,” Welker said on WEEI’s Mut & Merloni show on Tuesday. “We were giving him a hard time because we thought his knee was down we didn’t know what he was doing on the bench, he better get up and get back on the field because his knee was down. So I think they caught him at a perfect moment where we were doing some jawing back and forth.”  [WEEI]

American Airlines Grounds Eight Boeing 757s for Inspection. The inspections came after two planes, one en route to Miami from Boston, had a row of seats unbolt after takeoff. The Federal Aviation Administration is inspecting the two damaged planes, and American Airlines says the company chose to ground and inspect the other six planes “out of an abundance of caution.”   [Chicago Tribune]

Peapod Launching Grocery Service at 15 Commuter Rail Stations in Massachusetts. While they wait for the train, commuters will be able to shop for groceries and have them delivered the next day. [Herald]

How to Navigate the Boston Cocktail Summit on October 4-6. The Phoenix has a “booze your own adventure” flowchart.  [The Phoenix]