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Top audio clips from each week, as selected by WBZ News Editor Dave Mager.
A grand jury is looking at whether November paving was connected to Mayor William Lantigua’s re-election bid.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he’s considering a plan to keep several bars and restaurants open as late as 3:30 a.m.
Scammers had a field day with the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), using it as a way to fool Americans into sharing their personal information.
First responders from around New England made sure a 7-year-old Rhode Island boy has a birthday to remember.
Massachusetts lawmakers moved at a pace rarely seen in the legislature, acting quickly to pass through a bill criminalizing the taking of photographs up the skirts of women in public.
Boston Public Schools have returned what’s left of 40,000 condoms donated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to the schools’ free condoms program.
The judge in the trial of former Massachusetts Probation Department commissioner John O’Brien has recused himself.
For the first time of its two decades in business, the start of the season for Boston Duck Tours could be delayed.
With online and mobile banking skyrocketing, it’s no surprise that scams are quickly following.
Follow the photos as Carl Stevens attempts to play all 75 pianos on public display in Boston as part of the Play Me I’m Yours art installation. Did we mention he’s doing this in a single day?
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.
At least 26 people were killed following a shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut on Friday, according to multiple reports.
Eighty kids spent the better part of Saturday exploring a Winter Wonderland inside a giant airplane hangar in Boston.