Liam Martin joined WBZ-TV in June of 2015 as an evening anchor and reporter.
He grew up on the South Shore and now lives west of Boston with his wife and baby daughter.
Prior to joining WBZ, Liam worked as a general assignment reporter at WCVB-TV in Boston and as an evening anchor and reporter for WILX-TV in Lansing, Mich. In 2011, he was named “Best Reporter” by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
Liam began his journalism career as a Celtics columnist for the New England Sports Network.
He earned an undergraduate degree in Government from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University.
Liam is an avid Boston sports fan and is proficient in Spanish and French.
You can connect with him on Twitter at @LiamWBZ.
Neighbors in Boston’s West End are fuming over the latest in a string of construction projects.
It’s clear that Boston is in the midst of a tech boom.
The Boston area is known for its role in the American Revolution, but it’s also the birthplace of some revolutionary inventions.
Along with information, they gave people an up close look at how they say these sites can prevent overdoses and save lives.
A father is running the Boston Marathon to help sick children and families in need at Children’s Hospital.
The father of Conrad Roy is running the Boston Marathon to help spare others from the pain he still feels after his son committed suicide.
After groundbreaking surgery at Mass Eye and Ear, both patient and doctor are beaming, with hope.
A Cambridge company is using artificial intelligence to help retailers cut down on losses by tracking your every move at the checkout.
Susan Tedeschi has received another Grammy nomination, this time with the Tedeschi Trucks Band.
Organizers say the only gluten free food bank in the country is operating in Medfield, supplying food pantries in eastern Mass.
Somebody ran their car through a school playing field in Haverhill Tuesday night, and it’s wrecked.
Offering fresh, healthy food for sale in neighborhoods where that’s not always easy to find is the mission of the new Mobile Farmers Market.
A 48-year-old grandfather from New Bedford is one of the city’s newest police officers.
Legal Analyst Jennifer Roman spoke with WBZ-TV’s Liam Martin about the verdict in the Aaron Hernandez case.
The 2017 Boston Marathon will be the final time Meb Keflezighi makes his way from Hopkinton to Boston.
Players from two local colleges are getting ready for the Final 4 playoffs.
Several cities including Boston, Cambridge and Somerville do not fully cooperate with immigration officials.
Paying cash at toll booths on the Mass Pike becomes part of history Friday, so there’s a last minute scramble underway to get EZ Pass transponders.
A North Andover native is using music to help underprivileged children in Uganda.
It’s the lap of luxury on the high seas, visiting Boston today, and we’re taking you aboard.
Home sweet home is the new reality for 30 people in Brookline, thanks to the efforts of the Pine Street Inn.
Artists from around the world are creating dramatic murals near the center of Worcester.
A man has made it his mission to clean each gravestone at the West Dennis Cemetery.
A Gloucester fisherman says a dogfish stabbed him while he was trying to get the hook out.
The new CBS thriller “American Gothic” is based in Boston, but was filmed in Toronto.
At least 36 people are dead and dozens more are injured following a terrorist attack at Turkey’s busiest airport.
WBZ’s Liam Martin visited the set in Toronto to meet the cast and the executive producer who had a very specific reason for setting the show in Boston.
School is closed through Monday because asbestos was freed up by the rushing waters.
On Christmas Eve, a man walked into a South Boston convenience store and pulled a hypodermic needle on the clerk.
LeBron James has won over a lot of Celtics fans after he took a moment to greet a Newton teen who was honored at the TD Garden Tuesday night.
The man accused of dragging two Boston Police officers down a Mattapan street was recently an Uber driver, and now there are new calls to regulate ride sharing services.
Watertown High School’s field hockey team is closing in on a national record.
He may have been off-duty at the time, but Arlington Police Officer Michael Hogan helped save the life of a teammate while playing ice hockey.
An eighth grade student and her principal each gave up their phone for 15 days and learned a valuable lesson in doing so.
Cian McDonnell-Lynch is just four years old. He’s been given until Christmas to live.
The Prouty Garden has been a place of peace at Boston Children’s Hospital for decades, but it could soon be gone.
Uncovering our seafaring past on an Ipswich beach. That’s what a group of students is doing this week– digging, exploring and looking for answers.
An Attleboro couple is planning their dream wedding while they still have time.
The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Wrentham’s town common Tuesday evening.
At the Roxbury mosque where Usaamah Rahim used to pray, family and friends gathered to mourn his death at a traditional Muslim service.