State Police: Want to thank all of you for your patience. But we remain committed to this. We went through 20 streets in Watertown, door-to-door, limited searches of those homes.
SP: No leads have been fruitful. Ballistics and forensics work will be completed in Boston in next few days. Exploded and unexploded ordnance was recovered and made safe.
SP: 10 State Police patrols augmenting Watertown police throughout the town.
SP: For everyone hurt or killed during the Marathon, or those police officers who lost their life, we are committed to finding this suspect.
Gov: Stay-at-home request lifted, T running again, but be vigilant. There still is a very very dangerous individual at large.
Menino: Thank you for your cooperation. We do not have an individual arrested yet, but there are a lot of leads out there. Stand tall, but don't stand down.
Watertown chief: You're going to see saturated patrols in Watertown. A big presence. We did a very thorough search of 20-block area, but didn't have any results.
SP: There's a photo of our suspect widely distributed. If you see this individual, call 911 -- don't take action on your own.
Question: Any second thoughts about decisions today? SP: No. At the time of the first shooting, we didn't have enough people on the scene to establish a perimeter.
Gov: The investigation continues to develop, but we can't give you details right now. But based on those developments, you can go back out, but be vigilant.
SP: We don't have direct knowledge that he is still in the Boston area, but his ties are here.
NBC News is reporting that there was a small fire in the boat the bombing suspect is hiding in and that the suspect is bleeding heavily.
Police still are treating the scene cautiously.
Police arrested three college-age suspects in New Bedford related to the bombing investigation, according to the Globe.
A long line of local, state, and FBI vehicles are leaving the scene amidst a throng of cheering, waving residents. The cops respond by flashing their blue lights and popping their sirens.
Shelley Murphy of the Globe reports that the suspect is being taken to Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, which has a Level 1 trauma unit -- an indication that he may have lost a lot of blood or is badly injured.
There were gasps, then a small ripple of applause, as word of the capture of the second Boston Marathon suspect spread among passengers waiting at the airport in Tampa, Fla., for a JetBlue flight to Boston, according to Eric Bauer of the Boston.com staff. Passengers had been closely following the manhunt, checking their phones, sharing laptops, and talking with friends and relatives at home as they watched police close in on 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
"Thank God we got him." - Boston Mayor Tom Menino