Doug Cope is a reporter/anchor at WBZ, and host of the daily feature “The Parent Report”, which reports on issues involving children and parenting.
Doug has both a broadcasting and public affairs background, having served eight years in state government, most recently as Public Affairs Director for the State Highway Department. Doug worked in similar capacities at the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, and the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Before entering state service, Doug was a News Director/ Reporter at several radio stations in New England, including WHDH in Boston, WHYN in Springfield, MA, WJBQ in Portland, ME, and WHEB in Portsmouth, NH.
Doug lives on the South Shore with his wife and two children.
Freshman State Rep. Ryan Fattman says it’s not fair lawmakers are paid for driving to work.
You may be out of the country, but your phone is still racking up roaming charges.
Stealing metal such as copper or brass from abandoned houses has become big business.
One man is dead following a shooting and a car fire in Brockton overnight.
A judge has taken under advisement a move by the state’s attorney general to freeze Dimasi’s state pension benefits, pending his scheduled sentencing in September.
Lawmakers on Beacon Hill are considering legislation that would require all teachers in Massachusetts be trained in CPR.
The MBTA has begun a new security initiative to install more cameras on buses and train platforms.
Looking for some peace and quiet? Starting today, you can find that on the commuter rail. WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope explains from North Station.
Federal officials are hoping more tornado victims in western and central Massachusetts come forward to register for disaster assistance as several more disaster recovery centers open this week.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration came under fire today at U-S Senate subcommittee hearing at Faneuil Hall over their spending of fines levied against New England fishermen.