- 'Swatting' CallA swatting call led to a large police response in a Stoughton neighborhood.
- Roche: Remembering Gil SantosDan Roche remembers Gil Santos as "a mentor and a friend."
- Globe Columnist ControversyThe Boston Globe has placed Kevin Cullen on administrative leave after a WEEI report.
- Kalman: Tuukka Saves The DayMatt Kalman says Game 4 was a signature moment for Tuukka Rask.
- Video: 70 Years Of WBZFor 70 days, we will feature a "this day in history" video from WBZ-TV's archives.
Sgt. Gannon Honored At Heroes Cup Hockey TournamentThe Heroes Cup Hockey Tournament annually brings together first responders from all over Massachusetts.
Worcester Cab Driver Stabbed In The Neck, Suspect ArrestedA Worcester cab driver was stabbed in the neck and had to fight for his life.
Sen. Warren: Federal Government Shouldn't Outlaw MarijuanaU.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren says marijuana shouldn't be banned by Washington.
Police Chief Says Home Invasion Report Was 'Swatting' CallA “swatting” call led to a large police response in a Stoughton neighborhood as a report of an armed robbery turned out to be unfounded.
CDC Expands Warning In E. Coli Outbreak From Arizona Lettuce The Centers for Disease Control is expanding a warning about contaminated lettuce from Arizona that has now sickened dozens of people in several states.
Cummings Foundation Donates $10M To Boston Area NonprofitsIt's a $10-million week for about 30 nonprofits in the Boston area, crucial money that will advance the good work being done to help our neighbors.
Sgt. Gannon Honored At Heroes Cup Hockey TournamentThe Heroes Cup Hockey Tournament annually brings together first responders from all over Massachusetts. WBZ-TV's Jim Smith reports.
Globe Columnist Kevin Cullen On LeaveBoston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen is on leave after he was accused of embellishing stories about the marathon bombings. WBZ-TV's David Wade reports.
Worcester Cab Driver Stabbed In The NeckA Worcester cab driver was stabbed in the neck and had to fight for his life earlier this week. WBZ-TV's Katie Brace reports.
Washington Post Says Patriots Have NFL's Easiest Schedule In 2018The 2018 Patriots schedule was released on Thursday, and according to the Washington Post, it's the easiest one in the NFL.
Drew Pomeranz Activated From DL, Set To Start Opener Vs. A'sThe Red Sox rotation is about to get even stronger.
NBA Coaching Candidates: Perfect Hires For Every OpeningSeveral NBA teams, Knicks, Suns and Hawks among them, are searching for a head coach who would be the right fit.
Some Truly Amazing Stats From The Red Sox' Hot StartThe Red Sox are off to the best start in baseball since 1987, and the best start in franchise history. The numbers they're putting up are pretty wild.
Phantom Gourmet: Black Arrow In Manchester-By-The-SeaThe menu at Black Arrow puts an emphasis on what is simple, local, and delicious.
Phantom Gourmet: Great 8 Spots For Sensational SubsSpuckies, Hoagies, Subs or Grinders. No matter what you call them, you have to try these 8 Great places for sensational subs.
Best Ways To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo In BostonFor most people, Cinco de Mayo is just an excuse to party. Although most Americans do not know the story behind the holiday, which marks a victory by Mexican citizen-soldiers who defended the city of Puebla from the French in 1862, they do know a good party when they see one. Here are just five ways to mark this signature Mexican holiday in Boston.
WBZ Archives: The Eldia Shipwreck On Nauset BeachOn this date in 1984, WBZ-TV's Shelby Scott reported that tourists were flocking to the site of a massive shipwreck on Cape Cod. Freighter ship the Eldia got stuck on Nauset Beach during a nor'easter and thousands came to see the unreal site.
WBZ Archives: Kathrine Switzer Makes History At The Boston MarathonOn this date in 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. She got to see some history herself as a WBZ marathon analyst in 2018, when Desi Linden became the first American woman in 33 years to win the race.
WBZ Archives: Evening Magazine PremiereOn this date in 1977, the groundbreaking show “Evening Magazine” first premiered on WBZ-TV. It was one of the first local newsmagazines in the country, airing weeknights at 7:30.
Survivor Castoff Libby Vincek Speaks OutLibby Vincek opens up about her Survivor experience.
Kenny Johnson On Working With His Daughter & S.W.A.T.Actor Kenny Johnson discusses a very special episode of 'S.W.A.T."
CBS Announces 11 Series Renewals For 2018-2019Demonstrating strength, stability and depth across the schedule, CBS has announced the renewals of 11 more primetime series for the 2018-2019 season.
Dan Roche Remembers Patriots Icon Gil Santos As 'A Mentor And A Friend'WBZ-TV's Dan Roche remembers Gil Santos, not only as the voice of the New England Patriots, but as a mentor and a friend.
With Bruins’ Play Lagging, Tuukka Rask Saves The Day In Game 4Forced into the rare position of having to carry the Bruins in Game 4 against the Maple Leafs, Tuukka Rask responded with 31 saves on 32 shots in a 3-1 win.
Boston Marathon Weather Forecast: Wind, Rain, ColdHere's a quick breakdown of the Boston Marathon weather forecast throughout the day.