WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes speaks with Martha Coakley and her husband about the governor’s race.
The autism-friendly performance of “The Lion King” is for people on the autism spectrum who often can’t handle the high sensory output of a show.
Running represents a freedom for marathon bombing survivor Roseann Sdoia that she hasn’t known since she lost her leg in the attack.
“For 14 years, one of my closest co-workers has also been one of my closest friends. He’s like the big brother I never had.”
WBZ-TV News today announced that Lisa Hughes and David Wade will co-anchor WBZ-TV News at 5PM and 11PM, and Paula Ebben and Jonathan Elias will co-anchor WBZ-TV News at 6PM as well as WBZ-TV News at 10PM on myTV38 (WSBK-TV).
Pam Elrod rode the PMC for a friend who lost her cancer battle but she believes the event helped save her own life.
The Massachusetts Resiliency Center opened its doors Wednesday to anyone affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.
Burlington firefighters made a 5-year-old battling cancer the town’s honorary fire chief.
WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes was a guest co-host Tuesday afternoon on CBS’s “The Talk.”
With more than 5,800 riders taking part in the Pan-Mass Challenge, one Wayland family stands out for going all in.