Louisa Moller

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Louisa Moller is a general assignment reporter for WBZ-TV.

Moller joined WBZ-TV in October 2015, after working as a general assignment and investigative reporter for WTIC-TV, the FOX affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut. During her time in Hartford, she covered a wide range of stories including the tragic Sandy Hook shooting massacre and the Boston Marathon bombing. She also uncovered flaws in Connecticut’s online health insurance exchange and the state’s landmark gun control legislation. Before WTIC-TV, Moller was a reporter at CBS affiliate, WTHI-TV, in Terre Haute, Indiana. Prior to that, Moller was a reporter for WFFF-TV in Burlington, VT.

Moller is a graduate of Boston College and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication.

You can connect with her on Twitter at @LouisaMoller.

Thief Steals Dump Truck In Brockton, Takes It For Joyride

Surveillance video shows the perp stealing the dump truck and smashing it through the fence, only to return 45 minutes later.


Billboard Near Gillette Stadium Celebrates Eagles Super Bowl Win

A new billboard along Route 1 in Foxboro is pouring salt in the wounds of Patriots fans everywhere.


Charlton Residents Take First Step Toward Banning Recreational Pot Facilities

At a packed, special town meeting, residents voted in favor of a ban on the sale and manufacture of recreational pot in Charlton.


Wilmington Woman Hopes Brother Is Among Remains of Soldiers Returned From North Korea

Ronald Dow Eaton’s family has a glimmer of hope with the news that North Korea is returning the remains of 55 service members to the U.S.


Former Green Beret Develops Shield To Protect Police Officers

After viewing videos of police officers who were the victims of surprise attacks, former Green Beret, Robert Scali, developed Vector Shield.


Police Seek Witnesses After Teen Killed On Cambridge Sidewalk

A 15-year-old girl is dead after an assault on a Cambridge sidewalk.


FDA Approves Clinical Trial Of Trauma Foam In Patients At MGH

The FDA has approved the use of a potentially lifesaving foam on patients in a clinical trial.


Police Search For Car That Hit 85-Year-Old Man In Melrose

A Xaverian Brother from Malden Catholic High School was struck by a hit and run driver in Melrose Monday morning.


Sister’s Overdose Death Drives Man To Walk Up The East Coast

Brett Bramble walks with a cart, two companions, some dogs, and a mission to spread awareness of the opioid crisis.


Charlton Moves Forward With Plan For Massive Marijuana Farm

Charlton’s Board of Selectmen voted to move forward with a plan to turn an orchard into a large-scale marijuana farm.


Family Wants Answers After Grandfather’s Sudden Death Ruled A Homicide

A family believes murder is exactly what happened to the 67-year-old grandfather after learning he died from trauma to the head and neck.


Caught On Camera: Woman Carrying A Baby Breaks Into Home

The homeowner posted a video on Facebook asking others to help identify her. 


Patriots Players, Governor Attend Gala Supporting Kids With Chronic Illnesses

Patriots stars Matthew Slater and Patrick Chung, owner Robert Kraft, and Governor Charlie Baker were among the celebrities at a charity gala for Team IMPACT.


Community Remembers Student, Father Killed In Jamaica Plain Shooting

Dozens gathered for a vigil honoring the two men killed in a double shooting in Jamaica Plain.


TSA At Logan Looking For Volunteers To Test Bomb-Sniffing Dog Unit

K-9 units are the first line of defense for the Transportation Safety Administration at Logan Airport.


Local Syrian Man Reacts To Latest Chemical Weapons Attack

For Mohammed Al Bardan, the horrific videos of children gasping for air and victims being hosed down are not just images from a far away, foreign conflict.


Veterans To Honor World War I Servicemen Who Kept Boston Marathon Alive

One hundred years ago, a group of servicemen turned the Boston Marathon into a relay to keep the race alive. Now a group of veterans will honor them.


School Shooting Survivors Speak At Harvard Days Before March On Washington

Survivors of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida spoke about gun control and civic engagement at a forum at Harvard, Tuesday night.


Mayor, St. Patrick’s Day Parade Organizers At Odds Over Route

Mayor Marty Walsh announced changes to the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.


Crews Work To Fix Duxbury Seawall As Next Storm Looms

Duxbury is starting to clean up after the storm, but Wednesday’s storm looms.


Superintendent To Retire Early After Ammo Found In School Went Unreported

Facing angry parents and a lot of questions, Medford’s school superintendent announced he will retire early.


Cars Broken Into, Windows Smashed In Milton

Police say 16 cars were broken into across town.


Twelve Saint Bernard Puppies Rescued By Douglas Police, Animal Control

Steven Banville, 38, of Sutton was charged with animal cruelty and misleading a police investigation.


Some Local Students Say They Are ‘Numb’ To School Shootings

High school students from Newton said they have become numb to the tragic images associated with school shootings.


Private Pot Club Opens In Worcester

The state’s first private pot smoking club opened its doors in Worcester on Friday.


Boys Allegedly Killed By Mother Remembered At Brockton Vigil

At a vigil Thursday night, the Brockton community remembered the two little boys who prosecutors say were killed by their mother.


Mass., RI Family Of Danny Amendola Cheer On Their Patriots Hero

Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola may be Texas grown, but his heart is in the Northeast.


Father, Son Say NH Hospital Exposed Them To HIV

A Nashua man claims a nurse at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center injected him with a needle that was previously used on an HIV infected patient.


New Hampshire Man Missing In Guatemala

A New Hampshire man who was vacationing in Guatemala has been missing for more than a week.


Flu Cases Spike In Mass., Across The Country

Cases of the flu have increased across the country, resulting in a season that health officials are calling “moderately severe,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported this week.


Snow Headaches Continue Days After Nor’easter

Leftover snow from last week’s major winter storm continues to plague the Boston area and beyond.


Cold Classrooms In Lowell Have Parents, Kids Begging For Relief

Classes at Lowell High School will be canceled on Wednesday due to an ongoing issue with the school’s heating system.


Schools Closed, Delayed Due To Cold

Several Massachusetts school districts have chosen to close or delay school on Tuesday due to the extreme cold.


Boston EMS Prepares For Frigid Temperatures

Every ambulance will be loaded with heat packs to combat cold-related ailments.


Group Hosts Holiday Party For Thousands Of Boston Kids

More than 2,000 inner city kids kick-started the holidays with a special party catered just to them.


‘Collision Of 2 Crises’: Organ Donations Up Due To Opioid Overdose Deaths

The number of organ donors who died after a drug overdose has risen from roughly four-percent in 2010 to 27-percent in 2016.


Flag Hanging From Arlington Business Set On Fire

Arlington Police are investigating after an American flag that was hanging from a Massachusetts Avenue business was set on fire.


Unarmed Russian Surveillance Jet Flies Over Boston

An unarmed Russian Air Force jet flew over Boston Friday morning as part of a treaty between the United States and 33 other nations.


Unresponsive Baby Transported To Hospital In Plymouth

Based on information from witnesses, crews also administered Narcan to the boy.


Paul Shanley’s Landlord: Sex Offender Registry Is ‘State Sponsored Prejudice’

The landlord for convicted pedophile priest, Paul Shanley, says he is trying to give sex offenders a helping hand when it comes to housing.


3 Chelsea Police Officers Treated After Exposure To Fentanyl

Three men may have overdosed in a minivan that was involved in a minor accident in Chelsea Friday afternoon.


Severely Injured Police Officers Advocating For Simpler Path To Retirement Benefits

Under the proposed bill, first responders who are permanently injured in an attack are eligible for 100 percent of their base pay for the rest of their lives.