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Women Defend Wearing Yoga Pants In Peaceful ParadeHundreds of women, girls and other supporters proudly donned their yoga pants in a parade around the Rhode Island neighborhood after a man derided the attire as tacky and ridiculous.
Town Hall To Focus On How Opioid Crisis Affects GrandparentsThe spike in opioid addiction and overdose deaths in Massachusetts has led to a jump in the number of grandparents stepping up to care for their grandchildren.
Suspect Sought In Amesbury Bank RobberyAmesbury Police is seeking the public's help in identifying a man caught on surveillance camera robbing a bank.
Body Recovered From Merrimack River Believed To Be Missing NH TeenPolice have recovered the body of a male believed to be a teenager who may have been swept into a New Hampshire storm drain during a heavy rain storm Friday night.
Rockland Man Wins $4 Million Scratch Ticket PrizeA Rockland man’s trip to the convenience store paid off in a big way.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace To Host Halloween Pet ParadeDogs, cats and other pets are getting a chance to join in the Halloween fun.
Keller @ Large: Clock Ticking Down On Contentious Presidential CampaignWBZ-TV's Jon Keller discusses the latest election developments with political analyst Joanna Weiss and political strategist Charley Manning.
Transmission Issue Causes Outage For Some WBZ-TV ViewersA transmission problem knocked out the signal to some WBZ-TV viewers on Saturday and work has continued on the issue into Sunday.
Missing NH Teen May Have Fallen Into Storm Drain, Police SayPolice say a New Hampshire teen reported missing by his parents may have fallen down a storm drain.
Families ID Workers Killed In South End Trench FloodingBoth workers were killed when a 12-foot trench flooded with water from a ruptured pipe on Dartmouth Street.
Minority Business Opportunities Sought If Pot Is LegalizedA Boston city councilor wants to make sure minority-owned businesses get a fair shot if retail marijuana sales become legal in Massachusetts.
Second Officer Injured In East Boston Shootout Released From HospitalAn injured Boston Police officer has been released from the hospital, more than one week after he was shot while responding to a domestic violence call at an East Boston house.

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