The Alphabot Aims To Transform How People Shop For GroceriesMeet the newest grocery store associate - the Alphabot.
Bionic Exoskeleton Created In Marlboro Helps People Walk AgainA device created right here in Massachusetts is helping people who have been paralyzed, walk again.
New Income Restricted Property Opens In BostonQuality affordable housing is so rare in the city that The Beverly received nearly 6,000 applications for a lottery last fall.
70 Years Of WBZ: Race To Get First Broadcast On Air In 1948Seventy years ago this week WBZ-TV went on the air for the first time. It was a challenge, but one the station's owners were determined to meet.
Climate And The Cape: Erosion Will Continue Changing The Landscape Of The BeachesIt’s hard to talk about the future without talking about climate. And there’s no better visual for a changing landscape than outer Cape Cod.
Strategy, Innovation, Intention Help Improve Race Relations In BostonLeaders working to improve opportunities for people of color in Boston say strategy, innovation and intention are three keys to success.
Boston's More Diverse, But Racial And Opportunity Gaps Still ExistWhen WBZ-TV went on the air 70 years ago, Boston was 94-percent white and 5-percent black. Now it's 47-percent white, 22-percent black.
How Far We've Come: 70 Years Of Weather Technology AdvancesA 7-day forecast in 2018 is as accurate as a 2-day forecast 50 years ago.
Artificial Intelligence May Be The Future Of Forecasting WeatherYou're a baseball coach. 'Watson' knows this. So when a storm is approaching as you're on your way to practice, 'Watson' will give you a weather update in the car.
GPS Darts, Drones, Powerful Grid Of Cameras Helping Police Prevent & Crack CrimesSince the September 11th attacks, police have been assessing terror threat levels and gathering intelligence from thousands of sources.
How Investigating Bombings And Threats Has Evolved Since The 1950’sSchool shootings, terrorist bombings, cyber-attacks. Our security and ways to prevent these attacks has become an almost daily conversation. And while many assume this is a 21st century problem, people as far back as the 50’s knew what it was like to have an ordinary day turn violent.
Massachusetts' Next Political Leaders Will Face Enormous ChallengesJon Keller says the next generation of political leaders in Massachusetts will have several issues to navigate.