Gov. Charlie Baker On CrutchesAn old college basketball injury has Gov. Charlie Baker hobbling a bit.
Baker Announces DCF Reforms, Independent Review Of Baby Bella CaseNew policies and procedures are coming to the embattled agency.
Massachusetts Governor: New Protocols Needed To Protect KidsGov. Baker said the state must update the way it handles investigations into allegations of abuse or neglect of children if it hopes to avoid more cases like the death of 2-year-old Bella Bond.
Baker Says He's OK With State's Ban On 'Happy Hour'Anyone pining for a return of so-called "happy hour" in Massachusetts won't be happy with Gov. Charlie Baker's support for the two-decade ban.
Gov. Baker, Mayor Walsh Talk Political 'Bromance'The unlikely partnership between Democratic Mayor Marty Walsh and Republican Governor Charlie Baker is unusual in this day and age.
Baker Joins Governors, Premiers; Renews Hydropower PushGov. Charlie Baker says he hopes to make progress over the next few years bringing Canadian hydropower to Massachusetts.
Charlie Baker To Take Ice Bucket Challenge For ALS ResarchHe's gotten a buzz cut for cancer research and now Gov. Charlie Baker is planning to take the ice bucket challenge to help find an ALS cure.
Charlie Baker To Head National Governors' Health Care PanelMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has been named chairman of the National Governors Association's Health and Human Services Committee.
Gov. Baker Has No Interest In White House RunMassachusetts voters hoping to cast a ballot for presidential candidate Charlie Baker will have to set their sights on someone else.
Gov. Baker: Boy Allegedly Starved, Beaten Should RecoverGov. Charlie Baker said a 7-year-old boy allegedly starved and beaten by his father is on a ventilator, but should recover.
Keller @ Large: MBTA Reforms Not Anti-Union, House Speaker SaysHouse Speaker Robert DeLeo tells WBZ-TV political analyst that he decided to give Gov. Charlie Baker the tools he needs to fix the MBTA.
Activists Launch Tour of Massachusetts To Push For More Solar PowerEnvironmental activists are launching a tour of Massachusetts to press Beacon Hill lawmakers and Gov. Charlie Baker to lift limits on a key program designed to encourage solar power use in the state.