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2 Men Hospitalized With Serious Injuries After Car Crashes Into Pole In PembrokeTwo men were hospitalized Saturday after their SUV rolled over and hit a telephone pole in Pembroke.
Hundreds March In Boston Demanding Justice For Daunte Wright's DeathA determined rally moved through Boston on Saturday, as hundred of people turned out for a march seeking "Justice For Daunte Wright".
Johnny Peirson, Former Bruins Player And Broadcaster, Dies At Age 95The Boston Bruins announced on Saturday that Johnny Peirson, a former player and team broadcaster, has died at the age of 95.
Massachusetts Reports 1,694 New COVID Cases, 10 Additional DeathsHealth officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 630,206. The total number of confirmed deaths is now 17,110.
2 Million People Now Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19 In MassachusettsTwo million people are now fully vaccinated in Massachusetts, Gov. Charlie Baker tweeted Saturday afternoon.
Camp Harbor View Provides A Place Of Discovery For Boston KidsCamp Harbor View provides year-round programming.
Car Fire In Millis Extends To Auto Body Repair ShopA car fire on Friday night spread to a large auto body repair shop in Millis.
Massachusetts' 3 Casinos Have Encouraging Month In MarchEncore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino brought in a total of $84 million in gross gambling revenue last month.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
Plainville Firefighter In Coma After Contracting COVID-19A Plainville firefighter and EMT, whose life’s work is helping others, is now the one in need.
How To Get An Appointment When COVID Vaccines Open For Mass. Residents 16+On Monday, everyone over the age of 16 in Massachusetts will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine, an additional 1.7 million people.
Vehicle Inspections Will Resume At Most Massachusetts Locations SaturdayVehicle inspections in Massachusetts will resume at most stations Saturday at 7 a.m. after a malware attack last month.

CBS World News

World's "ugliest" color plays role in anti-smoking campaignAustralian researchers have found the world's most grotesque color. They are using the ugly hue on packages of tobacco products to see if it helps people quit smoking.
Climbers discuss ascending Mount Everest without supplemental oxygenClimbers Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards let the world follow them to the top of Mount Everest through social media. Now back in the U.S., Ballinger and Richards stop by CBSN to discuss reaching the summit without the help of supplemental oxygen.
The fight to recapture Fallujah from ISIS stallsCBS News' Charlie D'Agata explains why Iraqi forces are struggling to recapture Fallujah from ISIS.
American climbers on harrowing climb up Mt. EverestFor weeks, we've shown you the first-hand account of professional climbers Cory Richards and Adrian Ballinger working to reach the summit of Mount Everest. They shared their adventure on social media, capturing their attempt in real-time through Snapchat. Last week, Richards made it to the top without supplemental oxygen, but Ballinger was forced to turn back after facing hypothermia. Richards and Ballinger join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their daring journey.
Fallujah battle against ISIS stalls partly over risk to civiliansIraqi troops are stalled in their battle to reclaim the city of Fallujah. ISIS fighters are pushing back against the military, and tens of thousands of civilians are believed to be trapped by the fighting. Charlie D'Agata reports from Baghdad, east of Fallujah, on the troops' struggle against the extremists.
20K kids trapped in Fallujah battle against ISIS, U.N. saysThe U.N. estimates tens of thousands of children are in danger because of fighting between Iraqi forces and ISIS. UNICEF says many civilians are unable to escape from the Iraqi attack on Fallujah. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the offensive.