Merrimack Valley Residents Worried About Safety Of Gas Repair WorkAs gas safety expert Bob Ackley drove around the Merrimack Valley Thursday, he was struck by what he did not see.
Suspect Arrested After Road Rage Stabbing In NortonA suspect has been arrested after a man was stabbed in an apparent road rage incident Thursday afternoon.
WBZ Radio's Lana Jones Inducted Into Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall Of FameThe late Lana Jones, a longtime WBZ NewsRadio 1030 reporter who died suddenly earlier this year, was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame Thursday,
No Decision On Firing Of Saugus Football Coach Accused Of HazingA parent claims her son was forced to practice in his underwear. Coach Anthony Nalen is now fighting for his job.
Malden Brothers Named 'Heroes' For Creating Products That Help Cancer PatientsTwo boys from Malden are running a business out of their kitchen, making lip balm and donating the profits to cancer research.
One Week After Merrimack Valley Explosions And Many Customers Are Still StrugglingAs crews are working to restore gas to 9,400 customers, many residents are still scared of what is to come in the upcoming weeks. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Slain Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna’s Wife Shouts In Court At Suspected KillerThe widow of Sergeant Michael Chesna sat in court and sobbed as the details of her late husband's death were released. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Suspect In Easton Road Rage Incident Has Been FoundA suspect was arrested for allegedly stabbing another driver in an act of road rage. WBZ-TV's Katie Brace reports.
Low-Carb Dieters Might Benefit From More Vegetables, NutsMany people turn to low-carb diets to shed pounds but recent data suggests eliminating carbs from your diet could pose long-term health risks.
Eating Fish During Pregnancy May Improve Baby's EyesightPregnant women may be able to optimize their baby’s eyesight and brain function by regularly eating fatty fish during pregnancy.
Study: Most Yogurts On Store Shelves Packed With SugarYogurt is often regarded as a healthy snack but a new study finds that most yogurts on store shelves are chock-full of sugar. In fact, some contain as much sugar as soda.
Poll Finds Mass. Voters Look At 'Person Over Party' When It Comes To Baker, WarrenGov. Charlie Baker and Sen. Elizabeth Warren have both found a way to gain approval from over half of voters statewide, a new poll says.
Lori Trahan Defeats Dan Koh After Recount In 3rd Congressional District PrimaryLori Trahan has prevailed over Dan Koh in the Third Congressional District Democratic Primary.
Keller @ Large: Republican Rick Green Ready To Face Either Trahan Or KohOnce it is established that either Lori Trahan or Dan Koh won, they will face Republican opponent Rick Green.
UPS To Hire 100,000 Employees For The Holiday SeasonUPS announced they plan to hire about 100,000 people to help with this year’s holiday season.
Target Plans To Hire 120,000 Workers For The HolidaysTarget is planning to hire 120,000 workers across the country ahead of the holiday season, including 4,300 in Massachusetts.
Subway's $5 Footlong May Be Going Away For GoodThe sandwich shop's CEO tells USA Today that starting this month each individual franchisee will be allowed to decide if it will offer the deal.
Nissan Recall: Some Car, SUV Owners Should Park Outside Over Fire RiskNissan recalled more than 215,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. due to a fire risk.
Over 132,000 Pounds Of Ground Beef Recalled; Meat Linked To Death & IllnessesThe USDA is recalling ground beef products sold nationwide that are believed to be responsible for several illnesses and one death.
'Buy Nothing' Facebook Groups All About 'Gifting Where You Live'Buy nothing but get everything you need. That's the mission of Facebook groups popping up in several towns.
Fidelity Program Aims To Get Girls Interested in Finance CareersFidelity's Summit for Young Women gives girls a glimpse of what it's like to be in finance.
New Video Game Developed In Boston Can Help Kids Manage EmotionsA video game developed by a Children's Hospital doctor helps players regulate and make them more aware of their emotions.
MIT Is The Best College In America, New Ranking SaysTwo of the top three colleges in the United States are in Cambridge, a new report says.
'Hamilton' Opens To Excited Crowd At Boston Opera HouseThey promised to blow the audience away, and they did, leaving 2,600 people on their feet, more than satisfied.
'Space Jam 2' With LeBron James Is Happening"Black Panther" director Ryan Coogler is joining LeBron James and the "Space Jam 2" team.
Former 'Sesame Street' Writer Says Bert And Ernie Are Gay CoupleA former “Sesame Street” writer has revealed that - in his mind - Bert and Ernie have always been a gay couple.
9/20: CBS Evening NewsMaryland shooting: 3 killed after woman opens fire; Baby born after undergoing experimental surgery in the womb.
Trump holds campaign-style rally in Las Vegas -- live streamTrump heads to Vegas to rally Republicans ahead of the November elections
Maryland shooting: 3 killed after woman opens fireFour people are dead, including the shooter, after police say a 26-year-old woman opened fire. It happened at a Rite Aid distribution facility in Harford County, Maryland. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports.
Michael Cohen interviewed multiple times by special counselPresident Trump's former personal attorney is cooperating with the special counsel after agreeing to a plea deal. CBS News Washington correspondent reports Cohen has been interviewed a number of times by Robert Mueller's team.
Annoying robocalls expected to get worseIf it feels like you're getting more robocalls, it's because you are. Last year, some 30 billion spam calls were made in the U.S. This year, that number is expected to be 10 billion calls more. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod reports.
California police using podcast to capture murder suspectNewport Beach police are using a unique tactic to try and catch a murder suspect. This week they launched a podcast centered on a man charged with murdering his wife. CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports.
More than 30 passengers hurt after loss in cabin pressure mid-flightA senior official told the Hindustan Times newspaper that the crew forgot to select a switch to maintain cabin pressure
Pence presents flag used at repatriation ceremony to Korean War MemorialThe American flag Vice President Mike Pence presented was flown during the repatriation ceremony of recently recovered remains of presumed U.S. soldiers killed during the Korean War.
Saudi Arabia seeks death penalty for female activistIn an apparent first, Saudi prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against a female activist charged with non-violent offenses. Rachel Vogelstein, director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations, joined CBSN to discuss the case.
Abalone poaching fueling crime in South AfricaAbalone, a sea snail, is at risk of extinction with more than 2,000 tons of it fished illegally in South Africa every year
South Korean president to bring private message from Kim Jong Un to Trump at UNTrump and Moon Jae-in will see each other at the U.N. General Assembly in New York next week
Key witness may not testify in trial of American killed in GreeceCBS News spoke to the parents of the 22-year-old American beaten to death in Greece as they set out to face their son's alleged killers