Tornado Strikes Western Mass. TownsThe National Weather Service said that an EF-1 tornado touched down near the town of Conway in western Massachusetts Saturday night.
Pioneer Valley Or West Mass? Regional Rebranding Is FraughtA new nickname for the river valley in western Massachusetts isn't sitting well with some residents.
Would Massachusetts Fight A Federal Crackdown On Recreational Marijuana?Will Massachusetts, where recreational marijuana is now legal, fight any federal crackdown on the industry after White House spokesman Sean Spicer said they should expect to see stepped-up enforcement of anti-pot laws?
LOCS Collective Symposium At Harvard Law SchoolWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with LOCS Collective Co-Founder Shaunya Thomas on the English version of Centro and with LOCS Spokesperson Maricel Sheets on the Spanish version.
Proposed Bill Would Require President To Disclose Financial InterestsMembers of Congress from Rhode Island and Massachusetts are pushing legislation that would require the president to publicly disclose any personal financial interests that would be at stake before acting on trade matters.
Dominican Republic Independence Day 2017WBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with Nilson “Junior” Pepen and Yarlennys Villaman, from the non-profit organization FUNDOARCU, whose mission is to preserve Dominican art, culture and traditions.
Program Can Help Doctors, Patients Discuss Gun SafetyThe material is being developed after physicians and other health care professionals complained about a lack of information available for discussions with patients about firearms safety.
Gov. Baker: MassDOT Used Lessons From 2015 Blizzards To Fight Latest StormsMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker praised the work of MassDOT Monday morning in clearing the roads and railways of the Commonwealth after the latest storm dumped several more inches of snow across the area.
Delayed Start For State Workers Monday, Gov. Baker SaysThe governor said this move was to help crews continue cleaning roads around the Commonwealth, as well as keeping commuter rail and MBTA tracks clear.
HOT Topics: Immigration, Sanctuary Cities & Safe Communities ActWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with Liza Ryan, Organizing Director for the non-profit, non-partisan organization MIRA on the English version of Centro and with MIRA Community Organizer Joel Rivera on the Spanish version.
Gov. Baker Lauds Patriots' 'Mental Toughness' In Super Bowl WinMassachusetts' first fan is reveling in the New England Patriots 34-28 comeback victory over Atlanta in the Super Bowl.
Aetna's Possible Move To Massachusetts Concerns Connecticut LeadersConnecticut and Hartford leaders say they're concerned healthcare insurance giant Aetna might downsize or relocate its corporate headquarters from Hartford to Boston.