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Search For Clues Continues In String Of Unprovoked Waltham AttacksPolice in Waltham continue looking for a suspect in a series of unprovoked attacks over the past three weeks.
NH Officials Warn Not To Rely On Phone Maps While Hiking After Mass. Mother And Daughter Get LostNew Hampshire's Fish and Game Department is warning hikers not to rely on cellphone mapping apps for wilderness navigation after two individuals got lost in the woods.
Strong, Damaging Wind And Heavy Rain Expected Monday Into TuesdayAfter a dry finish to the weekend on Sunday, a powerful storm system will move through New England on Monday, bringing strong wind and torrential rain to the area.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
Waltham Police Release Video Of Possible Suspect Connected To Recent AssaultsWaltham Police released video on Saturday of someone they would like to identify in connection to recent assaults in the city.
Retailers Grapple With Pandemic On Small Business SaturdayMany local businesses hoped to see a boost on the Saturday following Thanksgiving.
Massachusetts Reports 2,914 New Coronavirus Cases, 40 Additional DeathsAs of Saturday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 3.57%.
Construction On New Vermont Amtrak Station Set For 2022The proposed project will be built in Brattleboro, the first stop for northbound trains entering the state from Massachusetts.
30 Endangered Sea Turtles From Cape Cod Waters Reach New Orleans For Further TreatmentThirty endangered sea turtles recused from Cape Cod beaches have reached New Orleans after a hiccup in their travel plans over Thanksgiving week.
Boston Offering Free 2-Hour Parking On Saturdays During Holiday SeasonBoston will have free two-hour parking every Saturday through the holiday season.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updating daily.
Dorchester Woman Hurt After Porch Collapses In Hyde Park ResidenceA Dorchester woman was treated for injuries after she fell through her back porch on Friday and landed on a car.

CBS World News

Portraits of the homelessFor five years 20-year-old Canadian photographer Leah Denbok has been taking photos of the homeless in Toronto, capturing their faces as well as their stories, to bring attention to their plight. Correspondent John Blackstone talks with Leah and her father, Tim, who have used her haunting photographs to raise funds for homeless charities.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory becomes first Black American Cardinal of Catholic ChurchArchbishop Wilton Gregory made history this Saturday by becoming the first African American Cardinal of the Catholic Church. Chris Livesay has more on Gregory’s historic installation.
Iran vows vengeance after assassination of top nuclear scientistOn Saturday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blamed Israel for the assassination of a top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. In 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu singled out Fakhrizadeh in a news conference, accusing him of developing nuclear weapons. Holly Williams has more.
Poland protests continue over abortion ruling, police violenceAn October 22 ruling by the Polish constitutional court to ban abortions of fetuses with congenital defects, even when the fetus has no chance of survival at birth, sparked the protests.
Ethiopia's Tigray capital reported to be "heavily bombarded""I invite everyone to pray for Ethiopia where armed clashes have intensified and are causing a serious humanitarian situation," Pope Francis tweeted.
Wilton Gregory becomes the first Black American cardinalIf you've heard of Gregory, it might have been this summer, as Black Lives Matter protesters marched through the capital.