Juli McDonald is a general assignment reporter for WBZ-TV.
McDonald comes to WBZ-TV from WCVB-TV, the ABC affiliate in Boston, where she spent a year as a reporter. Before WCVB-TV, McDonald was an anchor/reporter for four years at WWLP-TV in Springfield, MA. Prior to WWLP-TV, McDonald spent two years as an anchor/reporter for KFYR-TV in Bismarck, ND.
A native of Norwood, MA, McDonald is a graduate of Emerson College where she earned a B.A. in broadcast journalism.
You can connect with her on Twitter at @julimcdonald.
Twenty-four hours after announcing an historic change for Boston and its police force, the commissioner and his replacement were back on the beat for a peace walk.
Police believe a surveillance photo could help them find a pet owner and her two dogs after an attack.
Two men have been arrested for allegedly beating and robbing a woman at a Norwood train station.
A planned Beer Garden beneath the Southeast Expressway is now scrapped over safety concerns.
She was a contender for Miss Massachusetts, but now Miss Plymouth County says she’s given up her crown.
Opponents to Starbucks’ plan to build at the entryway of Boston’s North End believe they have won a battle, but not the war.
A successful lawsuit has brought a mother and her daughter back together.
The winner of the Greasy Pole Contest says he just completed his lifelong dream.
A North Shore cafe is looking for answers after a cash register full of money disappeared.
Dozens of teens from in and around Boston, once homeless, received their high school diplomas Tuesday.
A man was killed and two others have life-threatening injuries after a shooting in Lowell.
A Waltham woman is desperate to find a wedding dress that was accidentally donated to the West Roxbury Savers.
The school year may be winding down, but it was an unforgettable ride to class this week for one student in Northbridge.
From Windsor to Boston, the excitement is building for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
One trio at Mass Bay Community College is making graduation a family affair.
A teacher at Concord-Carlisle High School is on leave after being accused of inappropriate behavior.
Students in Hudson will soon have a robotic classmate.
Among the many people mourning the death of Yarmouth Police Sgt. Sean Gannon is a boy who knew him as a “Big Brother.”
Family and friends of a young woman killed in a brutal attack in Needham are working to create a lasting legacy.
The murder of Yarmouth Police Sergeant Sean Gannon has some Republican lawmakers calling for the death penalty in such cases, and Governor Charlie Baker supports the idea.
Five years after the Boston Marathon bombing, survivors and family members gathered to honor the life of MIT Police Officer Sean Collier.
One concertgoer said she did everything right. She took a photo with the seller, got his name and purchased the tickets in a public place.
It was standing room only at Monday night’s Everett City Council meeting in response to one councilor’s message on Facebook.
A frightening fall down Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington was captured on video. Two skiers tumbled hundreds of feet and survived.
A young Holliston boy got the chance to meet some of the actors from his favorite television show, Big Bang Theory.
School leaders sent a survey home to find out whether parents and teachers preferred to make up time in April or the end of June.
Just as they’re getting back on their feet, they’ve learned their days here are numbered.
Dorchester dog owners are heartbroken over the loss of one of their dachshunds and warning others to be on the lookout.
The two men who attacked a couple in a violent home invasion in Shrewsbury are still on the loose.
A mother getting her child off the bus was nearly hit by a speeding driver in Central Mass.
A man pushed a woman into the snow in an apparent case of road rage.
Little Lucas’s iconic achievement means something for everyone who lives and shines with Down syndrome.
Police in Everett are investigating whether a small dog found badly hurt in the road may have been thrown from a car.
In the packed gymnasium of North Andover High Tuesday night, the majority of voters decided against recreational marijuana businesses in town.
Fourteen firefighters were rushed to the hospital after being exposed to chemicals in Cranston, Rhode Island Monday night.
Customers still haven’t been able to get their clothes and workers say their checks are bouncing.
The heartbreaking loss of a father was soothed by the Patriots AFC Championship victory Sunday night.
A retired Middleton couple is out $2,500 they meant to stash in a tomato soup can. Now the family is hoping to get the money back.
A pregnant Harwich woman requested a TSA pat-down before a recent flight instead of stepping through the screening equipment.
Sherborn Fire Chief Erron Kinney’s allegiances will be tested on Saturday.
The Crusaders just gained a fighter like no other, a teammate tougher than most.
The MBTA is encouraging riders to leave themselves some extra time on Tuesday morning.