Our top story: a train derailed on the Fairmount Indigo line. The derailment happened around eight o'clock last night, near South Station. The M-B-T-A says there were no injuries, but the line was still closed this morning, with trains replaced by shuttle buses. Finalists for superintendent of schools will be coming to Boston for interviews later this month. According to the Boston Globe, they'll be interviewed by groups of parents, students, teachers and administrators. This morning in City Hall, Mayor Walsh unveiled his budget for city operations and capital improvements. At almost three-and-a-half billion dollars, the budget includes higher spending for housing, safer transportation, the Boston schools, and climate change. Interview with Kirstie Pecci, MASSPIRG. Interview with Bill Wright, New Democracy Coalition.