- Worcester FireFlames broke out at a Worcester home days after the death of a city firefighter.
- Booked UpThere are no appointments available to buy marijuana in Salem this weekend.
- Rude Red Line RiderJon Keller weighs in on a rider who brought a Christmas tree onto a crowded train.
- Changes At The TopAlex Cora said Mookie Betts will flip to second in the lineup in 2019.
- Wednesday's ChildKelvin is eager and very excited to find a family to be a part of.
Springfield YMCA Apologizes For Promising Marijuana 'Smell Checks' On ParentsThe YMCA in Springfield is apologizing after saying in a letter to parents the facility would notify the Department of Children and Families if any parents smell like marijuana when they pick up their children.
High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide Close Mashpee School Day After Gas LeakThe Quashnet Elementary School in Mashpee is closed Wednesday after reports of high carbon monoxide levels.
Appointment Only: Salem Pot Shop All Booked Up Ahead Of Weekend OpeningWhen Alternative Therapies Group starts selling recreational marijuana in Salem this weekend, no walk-ins will be allowed.
2 Firefighters Injured While Responding To 'Heavy Fire' In Worcester HomeTwo firefighters were transported from the scene a large fire on Allen Street in Worcester.
Gardner Man Charged In Attack That Left NH College Student With Fractured SkullA Gardner man has been charged with an attack on a New Hampshire college campus that left a student with a fractured skull.
Mother Sues Bertucci's After Son Overdoses In Restaurant BathroomShe says the eatery failed to get help for her son.
Reporter Update: Firefighters Face Difficult Conditions While Working Against Flames In Worcester HomeThe fire department said a frozen hydrant forced them to end their offensive attack against the fire and they had to instead use defensive tactics. WBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Salem Pot Shop All Booked Up Ahead Of Weekend OpeningWhen Alternative Therapies Group starts selling recreational marijuana in Salem this weekend, no walk-ins will be allowed. WBZ-TV's Michelle Fisher reports.
WBZ News Update For December 12Weekend Forecast; Worcester Apartment Fire; Harvard Sex Assault; Salem Pot Shop To Open
WBZ Morning Forecast For December 12, 2018Sarah Wroblewski has your latest WBZ-TV weather forecast.
Celtics' Al Horford Out A Few More Games With Left Knee Injury The Celtics will be without Al Horford for at least a few more games as the veteran big man deals with a sore left knee.
NFL Owner On League's Handling Of Kareem Hunt Situation: 'We Look Like Idiots ... It’s Worse Than Ray Rice'For the NFL team owners who are meeting this week in Texas, the league's mishandling of yet another case of a player's act of violence toward a woman remains a significant topic.
Ian Eagle: Patriots Mystique Is FadingNFL on CBS play-by-play announcer weighs in on the Dolphins as they look to build off of last week's miraculous play.
Why Is Tom Brady Still Playing Football? Drew Bledsoe Provides Perfect ExplanationThere was one particular comment from Drew Bledsoe that helps to provide perspective as to what is still driving Tom Brady to dedicate himself fully to playing the sport of football, even in his 40s.
I-Team: Gray Market Emerges For 'Gifting' MarijuanaIs it an illegal drug deal or a gift? Police say some marijuana businesses have found a way skirt state regulations, but they also warn it’s not legitimate.
I-Team: FBI Investigates Salem, NH Police After Controversial ArrestsThe FBI probe comes just months after an exclusive WBZ-TV I-Team report earlier this year.
I-Team Gets Help For Woman In Desperate Need Of Drug To Treat MSJodie Haimila was told she had an insurance co-pay of more than $5,000 to get the medication to treat her multiple sclerosis.
2018 Holiday Mailing And Shipping Deadlines Are Fast ApproachingHere are the holiday shipping deadlines for the U.S. Postal Service, UPS and FedEx if you want your items delivered in time for Christmas Day.
Jamal Khashoggi & Other Journalists Named Time's Person Of The Year 2018Time magazine has chosen "The Guardians and the War on Truth," a group of journalists who have been in the news in 2018, as its Person of the Year.
CDC Holiday Warning: Say No To Raw Cookie DoughMaking cookies this holiday season? Resist the raw cookie dough. The eggs are not the only potential risk.
Phantom Gourmet: Sour Cream And Onion Potato ChipsPhantom recently purchased four bags of sour cream and onion flavored potato chips at a local supermarket.
4 Great Holiday Events In Boston This Weekend From riding around town in a trolley to view holiday lights to a photo with a sensory-friendly Santa, there are plenty of holiday events this weekend.
Can't Miss Music Events In Boston This WeekFrom a holiday orchestra concert to a blues performance at a winery, here are some local shows worth checking out.
Korn's Brian Welch & Daughter Jennea Discuss New Showtime DocumentaryBrian and Jennea discuss their wild story of touring with Korn, battling addiction and building a family amidst brokenness.
Crossroads Classic On CBS: How To Watch, Where To Watch, Things To KnowThe four biggest basketball programs in Indiana battle it out for in-state bragging rights on CBS this weekend.
2019 Grammy Award Nominees AnnouncedCardi B, Drake and Black Panther are all up for "Album Of The Year" at the 61st annual Grammy Awards.
WBZ Archives: WBZ-TV’s Very First BroadcastOn this day in 1948, WBZ-TV became New England’s first TV stations. The very first messages ever broadcast were greetings from Mayor James Michael Curley, Cardinal Cushing, and Rabbi Joshua Loth Liebman, followed by our inaugural newscast.
WBZ Archives: The Earliest Days Of Newsgathering For WBZ-TVTen years after WBZ-TV made its debut, we aired this video explaining the newsgathering process, and how WBZ put newscasts on the air in our first decade.
WBZ Archives: “Who Ya Gonna Call? Ghostbusters!”On this day in 1984, “Ghostbusters” was released in theatres. Joyce Kulhawik sat down with Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd to talk about the film that became an instant classic! “Ghostbusters is gonna be a big hit,” she said.