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A 3-year-old boy with autism was left on a school bus after camp.
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dylan Bogue was reunited with Moxie, a bomb-sniffing dog who worked with him as a team trained to detect improvised explosive devices.
A doctor says high profile suicides may lead to a brief increase in the number of suicides but more often encourages people to seek help.
Joseph is an active and curious 12-year-old Latino boy who is described as very sweet, easy-going and interested in many different activities.
The Beacon Hill Civic Association has filed a lawsuit stop the city from installing handicapped-accessible concrete and plastic sidewalk ramps because they say it would damage the neighborhood’s character.
August 16, 2014 They care about youth and they show it! Global Deeds is a great non-profit organization that’s making a big difference in our youth, making sure they have a much more promising future. […]
A man from Braintree is in trouble with the law, because police say his Maserati looked too much like a police cruiser.
Braintree Deputy Police Chief Wayne Foster tells the Patriot Ledger the man was pulled over in Braintree Square over the weekend, and has been summoned to court on a charge of impersonating a police officer.
The Brighton man who started what has become a giant the memorial to Robin Williams in the Boston Public Garden now says he’s overwhelmed by how much it has caught on.
Robin Williams’ suicide is prompting a larger discussion about depression.
Psychologists believe video games could be a new way to reach people who need help.
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.
Rescue teams were called in to save a deer Friday morning that had gotten stuck on ice.