Boston Area News

Daily Talker: Stiffer Penalties For JaywalkingSenate Majority Leader proposing stiffer penalties for jaywalking. Will this prevent jaywalking and protect pedestrians?
I-Team: On The Front Lines Of The Opioid Crisis In Mass.The I-Team spent time on the front lines of the battle to get a better understanding of its scope, and to see how personnel in our hospitals and police departments are fighting back.
Keller @ Large: Presidential Race Just Getting StartedWhile it may seem as if this presidential race has been going on forever, the truth is it's just getting started.
Man Injured In Woburn Hit & Run Begged Driver To StopState and local police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who assaulted a police officer in Woburn Wednesday morning.
Man Freed While Awaiting New Trial On Flawed Hair EvidenceA man who spent three decades in prison based in part on a single strand of hair has won release as he awaits a new trial in Massachusetts.
Archdiocese Helps Catholic Commuters Keep The Faith On Ash WednesdayThe Archdiocese of Boston fully recognizes how busy people are and that some may not be able to attend mass. So, they brought the ashes to the parishioners.

Boston Area Sports

Thomas Scores 36, Celtics Beat Clippers 139-134 In OTThe Boston Celtics blew a 13-point, third-quarter lead but then rallied from behind, forced overtime and defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 139-134 in a wild one on Wednesday night.
Kalman: Bruins Have To Trade Eriksson, Regardless Of Road Trip ResultsLoui Eriksson has served his purpose with the Bruins.
Hardy Reads Hub Headlines In The Style Of Dick Flavin, Red Sox Poet LauereateIt was a most significant day in Red Sox history on Wednesday. And Hardy made it historic.
Can Cam And The Panthers Contend Again?The Panthers will have the pieces to contend next season. But they'll need Cam Newton, their big-game quarterback, to be a big-time leader.
David Ortiz Can Draw Motivation From Buster Olney's Latest StoryThe disrespect card is part of what has made him such a great player for so long.
Doc Rivers On Celtics' Rebuild: In Great Spot 'To Take Huge Next Step'Doc Rivers didn't want to stick around for Boston's rebuild, but is impressed where the Celtics are heading under Brad Stevens.

Boston's Best

Boston's Best Valentine's Day DinnersWhere to go for a memorable dinner on Valentine's Day.
Boston's Best Places For Dress ShoesMake sure to visit these top shoe spots before any job interview, event or business meeting.
Boston's Best Shows To See On Your Valentine's Day DateFrom comedies to classics, couples shouldn't have any problem finding a great show in Boston this Valentine's Day.
Best Valentine's Day Travel Destinations Near BostonBelow you will find some of the best places to spend a night or two, celebrating Valentine's Day -- and your significant other!
Boston's Best Mommy & Me ClassesMommy & Me classes are a great opportunity to spend some special bonding time with baby and toddler-aged children.
Phantom Gourmet: Salted Slate In Providence, RISome dishes are simple, and some are a bit more complicated, but the common denominator is that just about everything is sourced locally and all the dishes are deliciously approachable.

GRAMMYs on CBS

Gwen Stefani To Perform Live Music Video During GRAMMYsStefani's live music video will air during a 4-minute commercial break.
Why Alabama Shakes Should Win The Album Of The Year GRAMMY For 'Sound & Color'In a day and age where singles are king, Sound & Color stands out with nary a track worth skipping and is the perfect album for a Sunday morning spin.
Chris Stapleton To Lead B.B. King Tribute At GRAMMYsCountry singer Chris Stapleton will join Gary Clark Jr. and Bonnie Raitt at the Grammy Awards later this month for a tribute to the late blues master B.B. King.
Singer Andra Day Rises As Soul SongstressA phone call from Stevie Wonder changed Andra Day's life. He called Day and asked if he could work with her.

CBS Boston Blogs

Freezer Door Opens For Valentine's Day WeekendYou may have a hard time remembering this winter has been an extremely mild one this weekend, as the coldest air in over a decade moves into the region for Valentine's Day.
Bursts of Snow Followed By Frigid Air This WeekendAreas of light snow have developed this morning as some upper level energy slides over southern New England; expect additional bursts of snow to come through this afternoon and early evening. Our atmosphere has a lot of instability today, so similar to summertime thunderstorms, any snow showers that develop today could get a little “feisty” so to speak.
Bundle Up! Sub-Zero Cold Coming This WeekendBy the end of this week, a piece of the “Polar Vortex” will break off and head straight for New England.
Jay Talking With Joe Mathieu: Name The Greatest American Band.At 4:45 each weekday morning WBZ's Joe Mathieu joins Bradley Jay. Join them on WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

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