Looking Back On 70 Years Of WBZ And Those Who Made It PossibleFrom our first broadcast in 1948, to the stories we cover today, WBZ-TV has been an important part of New England.
'You Helped Me Find A Family': Jack Williams Reunites With 1992 Wednesday's ChildLuis was featured on Wednesday's Child in 1992 and found his forever home. He's since started a family of his own.
Former Foster Child Credits Wednesday's Child For Finding Him A FamilyJack Williams reunites with Devin, who was adopted in 2013 after appearing on Wednesday's Child for a second time.
Jack, Liz, Bob, Bruce & Joyce Reunite Decades Later On WBZ-TVThe legendary WBZ-TV team of Jack Williams, Liz Walker, Bob Lobel, Bruce Schwoegler and Joyce Kulhawik reunited to celebrate the station's 70th Anniversary.
Jack Williams Reunites With One Of The First Wednesday's ChildrenAs we celebrate 70 years of broadcast history at WBZ-TV, we take a look at Wednesday’s Child, a Channel 4 legacy that's been changing lives for nearly 40 years.
The Story Behind The New WBZ-TV 'Legacy' PromoWith so much change in the media landscape and the way people consume news, it got us thinking about our legacy as New England’s first TV station, and how we’ve been here to document all that change.
Wednesday’s Child: 10-Year-Old IsabellaIsabella, or Bella, is a bubbly 10-year-old Caucasian/Hispanic girl who always looks on the bright side.
After 40 Years, Jack Williams Signs Off For Final TimeLongtime WBZ anchor Jack Williams signed off for the final time after decades with WBZ.
Iconic News Team Reunites To Say 'Thanks Jack'Bob Lobel and Liz Walker surprise Jack Williams to say farewell to the retiring anchor.
Colleagues Say Retiring WBZ Anchor Jack Williams Was 'Priceless Boston Jewel'Jack Williams' colleagues reflect on his outstanding career as the WBZ anchor signs off for the final time.
Here's What Bostonians Think About WBZ-TV's Jack WilliamsJon Keller took to the streets to find out what Bostonians really think about the veteran news anchor.
Keller @ Large: Boston Will Miss Jack WilliamsBoston TV news will be quite a bit less smart, interesting and fun after tonight.