- Beach Closed After Shark AttackA 61-year-old man was attacked by a shark at a Cape Cod beach.
- First Attack Since 2012In 2012, a man was bitten by a shark not far from the scene of a Wednesday attack.
- Newspapers Fire BackHundreds of newspapers used editorials to tell President Trump they're not the enemy.
- Brady Back On The Field?The Patriots take on Philadelphia on Thursday at Gillette Stadium.
- Morning MagicHere are three new spots for breakfast or brunch in Boston.
'Queen Of Soul' Aretha Franklin Has DiedThe cultural icon died from advance pancreatic cancer.
Cape Cod Shark Attack Victim Identified As New York ManThe Cape Cod National Seashore said the 61-year-old from Scarsdale, New York is in good condition and with family at Tufts Medical Center.
Boston Area Lands On List Of Places Where Middle Class Can No Longer Afford HomesThe middle class is being priced out of the Boston area, according to a new report.
Multiple Vehicles Stolen Overnight In WalpolePolice are investigating a string of stolen vehicles and car break-ins overnight in Walpole.
Truro Shark Attack Was First Bite Off Cape Cod Since 2012Before a man was bitten by a shark in shallow water off of Long Nook Beach on Wednesday, the last time someone was attacked off Cape Cod was 2012, also in Truro.
Boston Globe, Hundreds Of Newspapers To Trump: We're Not Enemies Of The PeopleThe nation's newsrooms are pushing back against President Donald Trump with a coordinated series of newspaper editorials condemning his attacks on "fake news" and suggestion that journalists are the enemy.
Report: Plan Is For Tom Brady To Play Vs. EaglesTom Brady said earlier this week that he expects to play Thursday night against the Eagles. With game day here, the quarterback will reportedly do just that.
Red Sox' Andrew Benintendi Hits Ball Twice With One SwingAndrew Benintendi did something during Wednesday night's Red Sox loss that will have you doing a double take.
Dion Lewis On Patriots: 'Obviously They Didn't Want Me'Dion Lewis sounds like someone who was not at all pleased with the way his Patriots career ended.
Eduardo Rodriguez Takes Another Step Toward Rejoining Red SoxIf all goes to plan, Eduardo Rodriguez will be back in the Red Sox rotation in a couple of weeks.
Dogs, Cats & Horses Only: Southwest Changes Support & Service Animal PoliciesStarting September 17, 2018, Southwest will only allow trained service dogs, cats, and miniature horses in its cabins.
Record-Breaking Roller Coaster Will Plunge Riders 245 Feet Into Underwater TunnelIf you want to ride the world's largest, fastest and tallest dive coaster - you'll soon have to head to Canada.
Girl Scouts Add A New Cookie, But Drop Another VarietyThe Girl Scouts are getting a new cookie but losing another one.
Robot-Driven Cooking & More: What's Trending On Boston's Food SceneAs fans of cronuts and cake pops can attest, food trends come and go. So how can you tell which tastes are trending today?
Boston Style: 3 New Newbury Street ShopsLooking for a new spot to update your style? Boston's Newbury Street has some new players.
Newest Boston Eateries For Modern American FareSo you're hungry and you're ready for some contemporary American cuisine. Good news: we've found the freshest spots to satisfy your appetite.
'Titanic' Ode By James Corden & Ariana Grande Melts HeartsJames Corden's latest musical celebrity segment will have you swimming in emotions.
Ethan Peck To Join 'Star Trek: Discovery' As SpockCBS has announced that Ethan Peck will join the cast of Star Trek: Discovery as the legendary "Spock." The character "Spock,” is a half-human, half-Vulcan Science Officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise, and foster brother of “Michael Burnham.”
LeBron James Named Executive Producer Of 'Million Dollar Mile'CBS has ordered a new show called Million Dollar Mile (working title). The series will be a 10-episode high-stakes competition that confronts everyday athletes with physical and mental challenges for a chance to change their lives forever.
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.