Gov. Baker Plans To Hit Reset Button With DA Rollins On MondayGovernor Charlie Baker plans to hit the reset button on a bitter political back and forth with Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins over her plans to halt prosecution of minor crimes.
Activists Call For Supervised Injection Sites For Drug UsersActivists are hoping to persuade Gov. Charlie Baker and state lawmakers to allow drug users to shoot up at supervised injection sites in Massachusetts.
Keller @ Large: How Did Massachusetts Make Out In 2018?Jon Keller says while our state had some infrastructure fails, there was some political competence to balance it out.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren & Rep. Geoff Diehl Senate Debate To Air On WSBK, CBSBoston.com
WBZ / WSBK To Host First Televised Mass. Governor's DebateWBZ-TV and WSBK-TV will host the first televised debate between Massachusetts gubernatorial candidates Charlie Baker and Jay Gonzalez.
Gov. Baker Orders Flags To Half-Staff Following Death Of Weymouth Police OfficerGov. Charlie Baker ordered all flags be lowered to half-staff Monday in honor of slain Weymouth police officer Michael Chesna.
'This Has To Stop': Rep. Kennedy Joins Protests Over Child SeparationCongressman Kennedy joined a protest on the Texas/Mexico border Sunday to draw attention to a tent-like shelter to house immigrant children separated from their parents.
Keller @ Large: Gov. Baker Aims For 'Tough On Issues, Soft on People'Governor Charlie Baker says he aims to be "bipartisan and collaborative" in politics. He had less to say about the Gaming Commission though.
Gov. Announces Plan To Track Over 1000 State Police CruisersGov. Baker says 1,087 police cruisers will be tracked by the end of the day using a GPS system so commanders can deploy personnel to emergencies.
Gov. Baker Tours Areas Damaged By Nor'easterGovernor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito visited Gloucester, Scituate, Quincy, and Marshfield.
Baker Calls Latest Reports Involving Rosenberg 'Troubling'Gov. Charlie Baker says if the most recent reports involving former State Senate President Stan Rosenberg are true, the Democrat shouldn't return to the Senate's top post.