Massachusetts Ski Resort Apologizes For Letter Saying Snow 'Not An Excuse' To Miss WorkA Massachusetts ski resort is apologizing after a restaurant manager posted a letter telling employees that an incoming snowstorm was not an excuse to miss work.
NH Teacher Whose Class Sang About KKK To 'Jingle Bells' Will ReturnA Dover High School teacher who led a class in which students were captured on video singing a jingle about the Ku Klux Klan is expected to return to teaching.
Video Roundup: Weekend Storm Brings Snow, Sleet And Freezing RainHere is a look at the snow storm coverage by WBZ-TV reporters from around the region.
Treacherous Roads Cause Crashes Around RegionSnow and ice covered roads caused crashes around Massachusetts on Sunday.
Storm Causing Scattered Power Outages In MassachusettsSeveral thousand people were without power Sunday morning in Massachusetts as snow and freezing rain move through the region.
Who Got The Most? Snow Totals For January 19-20, 2019Who got the most snow as widespread snow fell throughout New England for the first time this winter?
With Snow Exiting New England, Freezing Rain Now Biggest ConcernThe first widespread storm of the winter brought a little bit of everything to New England.
Cannabis Control Commission Officials Express Concerns About Pot LabThe Cannabis Control Commission’s Executive Director says he’s concerned about the way a marijuana lab is throwing away its pot products after they’re tested.
I-Team: How Are Marijuana Labs Supposed To Dispose Of Weed?The I-Team went to Proverde Labs in Milford to find out how marijuana testing labs are disposing of their samples.
Hearing For 5-Time Drunk Driver Who Wanted License Back Is CancelledThe hearing for a drunk driver who killed a young mother in 2001 has been cancelled.
'Planetary Health Diet': Scientists Say Cutting Red Meat, Sugar Can Save Lives And The PlanetAn international team of scientists has developed a diet it says can improve health while ensuring sustainable food production to reduce further damage to the planet.
The Bacteria In Your Nose Could Protect You From The FluCould the bacteria that live in your nose and throat help protect you from the flu?
A Birth Control Skin Patch? Doctors Say It Could Be In The FutureResearchers are designing a new birth control option for women that would not require a visit to the doctor.
Lynch: Trump Put Members Of Congress 'In Mortal Danger' With Letter To Pelosi About TripAccording to Lynch, the president jeopardized the safety of the congressional delegation with his “unforgivable” actions.
State Rep. Paul McMurtry Faces Accusations Of Inappropriate ConductMassachusetts State Representative Paul McMurtry is now facing an investigation for inappropriate conduct.
Mass. House To Probe Claim Of Inappropriate Conduct During Cocktail HourMassachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo is forming a special committee to investigate reports of inappropriate conduct during an orientation cocktail hour for newly elected lawmakers.
Hampshire College Seeks Merger Amid Financial PressureHampshire College is hoping to merge with another institution well before it reaches a financial crisis.
Central Mass. Schools Struggling To Find Substitute TeachersLow pay and a strong local economy are creating a shortage of substitute teachers in many Massachusetts school districts.
16-Year-Old To Receive Harvard Diploma Days After Graduating High SchoolA 16-year-old Kansas boy will soon earn his high school diploma — and a few days later he'll travel to Harvard to collect his bachelor's degree.
Gymboree's Second Bankruptcy Will Kill The Brand, Close All StoresIt's the end of the line for Gymboree.
Grocery Store Robot Now Patrolling Aisles Of Seekonk Stop & ShopThe robot named Marty has eight cameras — some directed down at the floor and others that can see shelves.
Gymboree Expected To File For Bankruptcy, Close All 900 StoresIt looks like the children's retailer is closing up shop.
Perdue Chicken Nuggets Face Recall For Possible Wood ContaminationThey were shipped to retail locations nationwide.
It Happens Here: Lynn Entrepreneurs Turn Recycled Newspapers Into HandbagsThe Couture Planet handbags are made from recycled newspapers.
Ford To Make All-Electric Version Of Its F-150 TruckAmerica's most popular vehicle is going electric.
Kevin Spacey Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Assault Charge On NantucketKevin Spacey appeared briefly in Nantucket District Court Monday morning, among a crush of media, for his arraignment on a felony indecent assault and battery charge.
Nancy O'Dell Recaps Her Night At The 2019 Golden GlobesNancy O'Dell discusses her biggest surprises and most memorable takeaways from the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
Pete Frates To Be Portrayed In Casey Affleck-Produced Netflix MoviePete Frates, the man whose fight inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge, will be portrayed in a new movie.
Ex-envoy: Trump's "total reversal" of U.S. policy in Syria forced resignationIn his first television interview since resigning, Brett McGurk said his "heart is broken"
Gillibrand rejects Trump's immigration offer: "I don't take him on his word on anything""If he really cares about this, he would open up the government ... It just shows the callousness that is unacceptable," Gillibrand said
Face The Nation - Kirsten Gillibrand, Brett McGurk, Jason RezaianMissed the second half of the show? The latest on Trump's border security offer.
Schiff sets date for Cohen to testify to House Intel CommitteeSchiff said he has a date for Cohen to testify before his panel "either voluntarily, or if necessary, by subpoena"
Brett McGurk says Trump's "total reversal" on Syria policy forced him to resignBrett McGurk, the former special presidential envoy in the fight against ISIS, joins Margaret Brennan for his first interview since his resignation over President Trump's decision to withdraw from Syria.
Jason Rezaian: U.S. inaction on Americans detained in Iran "a black spot" on Trump's recordWashington Post journalist Jason Rezaian and former deputy assistant secretary of state for Iraq and Iran Brett McGurk discuss Rezaian's new book "Prisoner," about the 544 days he spent in an Iranian prison.
Report from Northern Syria: Suicide bombing shows ISIS is evolvingCBS News Foreign Correspondent Charlie D’Agata reports from Northern Syria where a suicide attack in the northern city of Manbij claimed the lives of four Americans this week.
Almanac: The "Chunnel"On January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of tunnel connecting England and France. Jane Pauley reports.
Almanac: The English Channel TunnelOn January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of "Chunnel"
Massive fireball at Mexico pipeline tap kills at least 73More than 85 other people on Saturday were listed as missing
Man recalls freeing Prince Phillip from crashed SUV, baby from 2nd carWitness says he was driving home from work when the accident involving Philip's Land Rover and a compact car unfolded in front of him
Americans killed in Syria suicide bombing identifiedThe Pentagon has identified four Americans among at least 20 people who died in a suicide bombing this week in northern Syria. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. It was the deadliest assault on U.S. troops in Syria since American forces went there in 2015. Charlie D’Agata reports.