WBZ-TV anchors Lisa Hughes and Jonathan Elias, who were at the Boston Marathon Finish Line when the bombs exploded, accepted the award at Columbia University in New York City.
Bill Kleinedler isn’t just an artist, he’s a survivor. Seven years ago as an Army Staff Sergeant in Iraq, the Humvee that he was driving was blown up.
It was a local landmark for decades, and soon, memorabilia like fiberglass cows and bison heads can be yours.
They’re on the line every day, and today was a time to honor the heroism of Massachusetts police officers who risk their lives for others.
Environmentalists say global warming has depleted fish stocks. Fishermen argue there are fish, and regulations that defy common sense.
The nearly 47-million Americans who rely on food stamps are now dealing with cuts. The 2009 stimulus program that boosted benefits is now over.
A service dog that provides lifesaving and life changing help to a Dracut woman, needs help himself.
Many students at Lincoln-Sudbury High School were upset that the school did not honor September 11th victims with a moment of silence. Now, they are trying to make sure that never happens again.
Children — like adults — are increasingly trying electronic cigarettes, according to the first large national study to gauge use by middle and high school students.
What you hear on the audio is a team stationed near the finish line responding quickly and efficiently to a tragedy.