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A bill being proposed in Maine is drawing a lot of attention today. Lawmakers are trying to get overtired drivers off the road and it could soon be against the law to drive if you’re too tired. […]
The I-Team found that many companies cashing in on the tax credit have nothing to do with making movies.
Shonda and Curt Schilling are both cancer survivors, and this year, Shonda is running the Boston Marathon to say thank you to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute for helping her husband battle throat cancer last year.
Students get introduced to new opportunities at the Starbase Academy at Hanscom Air Force Base.
The service was held just days before Holocaust Remembrance Day on Wednesday.
Williams talks about 34 years of Wednesday’s Child and the Tsarnaev trial verdict.
Three dogs from Forever Home Rescue New England of Medfield were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
In a few weeks, a large sculpture will be on display at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.
WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis says the release of disturbing video showing a Boston police officer being shot is our new reality.
The president of Simmons College talks about her fight with breast cancer.
Check out scenes from Saturday night’s Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Spectacular.
The Pan-Mass Challenge is the largest single athletic fundraiser in the country. WBZ-TV is the official media partner of the PMC, starting in 2014.
Get to know WBZ-TV AccuWeather Meteorologist Danielle Niles.
Eric Fisher joins the WBZ-TV AccuWeather Team as Chief Meteorologist.
WBZ-TV reports from Rome and the Vatican.