- Hateful Graffiti"Kill cops" was spray painted on a sign in Southbridge.
- Jackpot RisesThe Mega Millions jackpot climbed again, this time to $493 million.
- Dockless Scooters ArriveA company has left electric scooters in Somerville and Cambridge without warning.
- Anthem Debate ContinuesPresident Trump again criticized the NFL for its protesting players.
- Phantom: Durk’s Bar-B-QDurk’s Bar-B-Q in Providence is a taste straight from the South.
Haverhill Skateboarder Hit And Killed By TruckA skateboarder was killed in an early morning Haverhill crash.
Yarmouth Fire Being Investigated As SuspiciousAuthorities say they're investigating a Massachusetts fire as an arson.
'Kill Cops' Spray Painted At Southbridge Soccer FieldPolice are trying to find the person who spray painted “kill cops” on a Southbridge sign the same day police officers from around the region mourned a Weymouth police officer who was killed in the line of duty.
Mega Millions Jackpot Climbs To $493 MillionThe bad news is no one won the Mega Millions jackpot Friday night. The good news is you now have a chance at the jackpot, which climbed to $493 million.
Facebook Suspends Boston-Based Analytics Firm Over Data UsageFacebook said Friday that it has suspended Boston-based analytics firm Crimson Hexagon while it investigates how it collects and shares Facebook and Instagram's user data.
Large Police Turnout At Slain Weymouth Sgt. Michael Chesna's FuneralA police officer killed while investigating a car crash was remembered by his brother-in-law as a family man, a fervent New England Patriots fan and a hero.
WBZ News Update For July 21, 2018David Epstein and Nick Giovanni have your latest headlines.
Centro: TPS – Latest Information Regarding Temporary Protected StatusWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with Massachusetts TPS Committee Coordinator Jose Palma.
4 Your Community: May InstituteWBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez talks to Senior VP of Applied Behavior Analysis Dr. Cynthia Anderson.
Red Sox Activate Rafael Devers From Disabled ListThe Red Sox will be adding another bat to their lineup as the team announced third baseman Rafael Devers has been activated from the disabled list.
President Trump Says Goodell Must Suspend Kneeling NFL PlayersPresident Trump weighed in again on the NFL national anthem protests, saying commissioner Roger Goodell “must now make a stand” and suspend kneeling players.
Patriots Training Camp Position Preview: QuarterbackWe know who the starter will be. Here's a look at the entire quarterback situation as the Patriots enter camp.
Price, Red Sox Win Again, Blanking Tigers 1-0David Price took a shutout into the seventh inning, and the Boston Red Sox kept right on rolling in their first game after the All-Star break, beating the Detroit Tigers 1-0 on Friday night.
Woman Impaled By Beach Umbrella On New Jersey ShorePart of the umbrella pierced her right ankle and was driven completely through due to the "force of the wind."
Poll: Americans Name Obama As Best President In Their LifetimePresident Obama might not be in the Oval Office anymore, but according to a new study Americans believe he did the best job of any president in their lifetime.
Planters Gets Retro, Brings Back Cheez BallsIn "everything old is new again" fashion, Planters just announced that they're bringing the retro snack back to store shelves and online.
Phantom Gourmet: Durk's Bar-B-Q In ProvidenceAll it takes for great barbecue is a good cut of meat, wood, smoke, fire, a little seasoning, and a lot of patience.
Phantom Gourmet: Great 8 Spots For Dessert LoversIt's a shame that dessert comes at the end of the meal, because Phantom can't wait to eat it! These are his picks for the 8 Greatest places for dessert lovers.
What Will $2,000 Rent You In Boston's West End, Right Now?Curious just how far your dollar goes in the West End? The median rent for a one bedroom in the West End is currently hovering around $2,675.
President Trump Interviewed By CBS Evening News's Jeff Glor Following Helsinki SummitOn Wednesday night, President Donald Trump will sit down for his first interview since returning from Helsinki.
61st Annual GRAMMY Awards Coming To Staples Center
Alex Ferrer On Corrupt Organizations, "Between 100 And 300 Billion Dollars Stolen Yearly From The U.S. Government"
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.