Credit Card Chips More Common Now, But Still Missing Layer Of SecurityShoppers may hate the time it takes to process the new credit cards, but the reason for the chip is that it's supposed to be harder to counterfeit.
Woman Arrested In Death Of 11-Month-Old GirlA 27-year-old Quincy woman is facing charges in the death of a baby.
Driver's Windshield Shattered By Ice That Flew Off Tractor-TrailerAn Amesbury woman escaped injury after a chunk of ice flew off a tractor-trailer and came crashing onto her windshield.
2 Construction Workers Rescued By Boston Firefighters After FallAccording to the Boston Fire Department, the two workers fell about 18 feet in a Brighton building that is under construction.
Keller @ Large: Is It Time To Unfriend Facebook?Jon Keller says the integrity of Facebook is in question as Mark Zuckerberg addresses the latest scandal.
Man Accused Of Stealing Prescription Pills Off Dying Man In MBTA StationA Boston man was arrested after he stole prescription pills off an unconscious man, transit police said.
Ryan Donato Still Going To Class At HarvardJust one game into his NHL career, Ryan Donato is already a rising star for the Boston Bruins. But that doesn't mean he's going to ignore his academics at Harvard.
Wednesday's Child: 11-Year-Old AleenahAleenah is a child who is easily entertained but particularly enjoys activities such as bowling, roller skating and going to the movies.
Boston Marathon Race Director Encourages Kids To 'Dream Big'Boston Marathon Race Director Dave McGillivray has released his first children's book "Dream Big."
Keller @ Large: Cyberbullying Change Or Just Another Photo Op?First Lady Melania Trump vowed to make cyberbullying her signature White House issue and she is finally getting down to business.
Eye On Education: Outdoor Classes Help Students Become Active LearnersA one of a kind pilot program for 11th graders from one Boston school is taking the classroom outdoors at the Intrepid Academy in Westwood.
Man Paralyzed 3 Times Ready To Walk Boston MarathonWhile many will try to run the Boston Marathon as fast as they can next month, Thomas Smith will be walking the 26.2 mile route.