Watch WBZ-TV reporters out in the field Saturday during the blizzard of 2013.
Just hours after an 11-year-old died from carbon monoxide poisoning, the storm has claimed another victim in the same fashion.
While almost everything shuts down in a blizzard, some events just can’t wait. Such was the case Saturday at 4:07 a.m., when Kingston Fire Chief Robert Heath says a woman gave birth to a baby girl.
With hundreds of thousands of homes and business still without power, the Red Cross opened shelters across Massachusetts for blizzard victims Saturday.
At 1 p.m., Boston’s Logan Airport had 24.9 inches, officially making it the 5th biggest snow event in more than 100 years of record keeping.
Down on Newbury Street, one man has made some unlikely friends who needed his help during the blizzard.
The Boston Bruins will not play the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday, as scheduled.
A dolphin off of Cape Cod apparently decided it was no match for seas swelling to 25 feet.
Here are some common-sense tips on how to stay safe after the storm.
The U.S. Postal Service has suspended mail delivery and will keep post offices closed in all six New England states because of the blizzard that has dumped more than 2 feet of snow throughout the region.