In a press conference Friday night after the apprehension of "suspect 2," Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Mass. State Police Superintendent Col. Timothy Alben, Gov. Deval Patrick and others addressed the public, thanking law enforcement and the citizens of Boston for "heroic actions."
In remarks delivered on Thursday, President Barack Obama remembered the victims who lost their lives in Monday's horrific Boston Marathon bombing. He also lifted up the "iconic" city that he says showed America what goodness in the face of evil truly looks like. "You will run again," he told the crowd at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
29-year-old restaurant manager Krystle Campbell has been identified as one of the three people killed in the bombing at the Boston Marathon.