Paula Ebben

Dr. Tommy Chang. (WBZ-TV)

Eye On Education: Superintendent Tommy Chang Officially Takes Over Boston Schools

Today marks a new beginning for Boston Public Schools. It’s the first day for the new superintendent.


Jack Williams retired from WBZ after 40 years. (WBZ-TV)

Colleagues Say Retiring WBZ Anchor Jack Williams Was ‘Priceless Boston Jewel’

Jack Williams’ colleagues reflect on his outstanding career as the WBZ anchor signs off for the final time.


(Image credit: CBS News)

Study: Most Cars Don’t Have Good Latch Systems For Child Car Seats

The Insurance Institute For Highway Safety (IIHS) looked at the built-in hardware – or latch system – which stands for “lower anchors and tethers for children.”


Avandro Goncalves of Brockton is unable to walk after accidentally falling out a window at his home. (WBZ-TV)

Brockton Boy Continues Fight To Walk After Falling Out Window

A young Brockton boy who fell out of his bedroom window in March continues his fight to walk again.


James Dodge skateboarding with Shawn Kain (WBZ-TV)

Skateboard Therapy Helps Whitman Boy Soar

Skateboarding therapy is making all the difference for a Whitman boy who has daily seizures.


Two Worcester teachers are taking on a NASA mission. (WBZ-TV)

Eye On Education: Two Worcester Teachers Take On NASA Mission

This summer, two Worcester teachers will reach new heights.


William Flynn. (Image credit: NH Dept. of Corrections)

Pamela Smart’s Teen Lover Released From Prison

The triggerman in the Pamela Smart murder case and an accomplice were released from prison Thursday.


Louis Charpentier (WBZ-TV)

Louis Charpentier, Leominster’s ‘Mr. Christmas,’ Dies At 104

Louis Charpentier, a Leominster man who was affectionately called “Mr. Christmas for putting out his hand-carved Styrofoam displays for several decades, has died at 104.


Pamela Smart talks to WBZ-TV,  June 2, 2015. (WBZ-TV)

Serving Life Sentence, Pamela Smart Remorseful Over Husband’s Death

Pamela Smart knows the hate she’s felt from the public since her 1991 conviction for the conspiracy to murder her husband Gregg has never weakened.


Pamela Smart in an exclusive interview with WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben. (WBZ-TV)

Pamela Smart: Husband’s Death Something ‘I Have To Carry For The Rest Of My Life’

Speaking from a maximum security prison in New York where she has been held for the last 23 years, Pamela Smart is adamant about her guilt – and also her innocence.