June 27, 2015 On Wednesday, June 24th Boston City Council unanimously approved a local resolution in support of immigrant children and their families. The resolution, promoted by the non-profit organization Centro Presente, has been sponsored […]
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have said he feels remorse for the deadly attack, but the public has never heard directly from him.
Boston is a much different place than it was 40 years ago when Jack Williams first arrived here at WBZ-TV to anchor the news.
A grand jury has indicted a Bridgewater State University student who is accused of raping two young boys at a campus day care center.
New Bedford residents are steadily turning out to vote on a proposed $650 million resort casino for the city’s waterfront.
A tree worker was injured in Littleton after being struck by a piece of a tree he was trimming.
Massachusetts State Police’s most wanted fugitive has been captured.
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This incident made us question, who really rescued whom?
Jack Williams’ retirement is a bittersweet moment here at WBZ-TV.