WBZ Cares: 'Shadow Fund' Founders Say Fundraising A ChallengeDiane Sullivan admits sometimes it can be a challenge keeping the Shadow Fund going.
Bomb Training Drill Held At CambridgeSide GalleriaFirst responders and mall security participated in the drill, responding to a simulated bomb going off inside the CambridgeSide Galleria Sunday morning.
Saturday Marks One Year Since Bella Bond Was Found On Deer IslandMassachusetts marks a sad milestone on Saturday – the one-year anniversary of the day Bella Bond’s body was found on Deer Island.
Overnight Shootings Leave 1 Dead, 3 Hurt In BostonThree shootings are under investigation.
WBZ Cares: Shadow Fund Volunteers Say Saving Pets Is HumblingThe Andover Animal Hospital has teamed up with the Shadow Fund over the years to perform hundreds of surgeries and medical procedures on pets in need.
Fall River Student Killed On Way To Senior Prom Was 'Youth Of The Year'A high school student killed Friday night in a crash on the way to prom is being remembered as a community leader and outstanding student.
WBZ Cares: 'The Shadow Fund' Helps Pets Get Life-Saving TreatmentEach month, WBZ NewsRadio 1030 will highlight a worthy non-profit organization and tell the story of what it does for the community.
66,000 American Flags On Display At Bourne Cemetery For Memorial Day WeekendThe American flags adorn veterans' graves at the Massachusetts National Veterans Cemetery in Bourne for Memorial Day weekend.
Taunton Detail Officer Donates Shift Earnings To Employees At Site Of Deadly AttackA Taunton police officer is being praised for giving money he made on a detail shift to employees at the site of a deadly stabbing.
Taunton Attacker's Discharge Paperwork From Morton Hospital Shows 2 NamesWBZ NewsRadio 1030 has reviewed the original discharge form from Morton Hospital, where Arthur DaRosa had sought help for having suicidal thoughts just hours before the rampage. It shows two different names on the same form.
Wide Variety Of Items Bought During Estate Sale At Deval Patrick's Milton HomeResidents bought expensive furniture, practical items and personal belongings of Deval Patrick during an estate sale at the former Massachusetts governor’s Milton home.
Walk For Hunger Draws 35,000 To Boston CommonVolunteers cheered and rang cowbells to spur on the 35,000 walkers who hit the streets of Boston Sunday morning to raise awareness about the issue of hunger.