Morning TriviaOn WBZ News weekend mornings, we have a weather trivia segment. Here is one from this morning.
Kalman: Ryan Spooner Getting A Change To Cement Role As Center For BruinsRyan Spooner is starting training camp as Boston's third-line center.
Autumn Has Arrived, But Still Waiting For Significant RainFall begins today but our summery stretch continues...at least for now. Cooler air is on the move and will arrive to New England later tomorrow. We'll talk details and the updated drought monitor in Beyond The Forecast.
Jay Talking: Are You Burned Out On The Presidential Race?Have you had an overdose of 2016 presidential race coverage or do you want more?
Robb: Should Celtics Try To Trade For Rudy Gay?Brian Robb explores the possibilities of a Rudy Gay trade for the Celtics, and whether or not it's worth it for Boston.
Crisp Air, Don't Care? Then The Weekend Forecast Is For YouSummer is doing its best to hold on, but the coolest stretch of weather this season is looming around the corner. Check out the details on how chilly it will get this weekend.
Gold Stars, Penalty Flags: Blount, Bennett Come Up Big In Patriots Win Over DolphinsLevan Reid hands out his Week 2 hardware, highlighting big games from LeGarrette Blount and Martellus Bennett.
Rain Moves In For Game Day At Gillette Stadium And Fenway ParkAs the crowds gather for tailgating the fog may reduce your visibility.
Robb: Sports Illustrated Continues To Provide A Chip On Isaiah Thomas' ShoulderIsaiah Thomas has more beef with Sports Illustrated's Top 100 player list, and Brian Robb agrees he deserves a better rank.
Patriots-Dolphins Week 2 News, Stats & Fun FactsWBZ-TV’s Levan Reid brings you all the news, notes and fun facts you need to know ahead of Sunday's Patriots-Dolphins tilt at Gillette.
Why Does The Harvest Moon Look So Big?The harvest moon will be rising above the countryside at 6:59 p.m.
2016 Fall Foliage OutlookAn historic drought will no doubt have an impact on autumn's greatest show. But fall foliage won't be a complete dud in New England. Here's where to expect the best and brightest spots.