Gov. Baker Signs Bill Protecting Animals Left In Hot CarsFlanked by several canine constituents, Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bipartisan bill Wednesday that protects pets left in hot cars--as well as those who break them out in order to rescue them.
Cosplayers Compete For Comic Con Tickets At Faneuil HallAbout 30 cosplayers--dressed as Supergirl, The Joker, and many others--paraded around Faneuil Hall Thursday hoping to win Boston Comic Con tickets.
Southwest Outage Causes Cancellations, Long Lines At Logan AirportA day after a computer outage in Southwest Airline's system left hundreds of flights across the country cancelled, a long line of upset passengers gathered at the airline's counter at Logan Airport.
WBZ Cares: St. Mary's Center for Women and Children Has a Long History of HelpingThis month, the WBZ Cares Campaign is profiling St. Mary's Center for Women and Children in Dorchester, which provides housing, education and services for young women and their families.
WBZ Cares: Young Women Learn Valuable Skills On Internet Radio StationThis month, the WBZ Cares Campaign is profiling St. Mary's Center for Women and Children in Dorchester, which provides housing, education and services for young women and their families.
Teen Held Without Bail In Murder Of East Boston WomanA teen charged in the murder of a woman in an East Boston garage last month was arraigned in court Monday.
WBZ Cares: "St. Mary's Center" in Dorchester Helps Women and Their ChildrenFor the month of July, WBZ profiles St. Mary's Center for Women and Children, located on Cushing Avenue in Dorchester. St. Mary's Center provides housing, education and services for young women and their children.
MCAS Exams Getting First Overhaul In Nearly 20 YearsThe statewide Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exams are getting their first overhaul since their creation nearly two decades ago.
Thousands Flock To Boston For PAX EastGamers from far and wide are flooding into Boston for one of the world's premier gaming festivals this weekend.
Court Hears Case Of Teen Who Sent Boyfriend Texts Urging SuicideMassachusetts' highest court is set to hear arguments in the case of a teenager charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to kill himself.
Keolis Giving MBTA's Commuter Rail Conductors 400 Specialized iPhonesThe MBTA's Commuter Rail conductors are getting an information technology upgrade in the form of a specially designed iPhone.
Education Chief Urges State Takeover Of Southbridge SchoolsMassachusetts education officials are calling for a state takeover of Southbridge public schools.

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