Wednesday's Child: 11-Year-Old KodyEleven-year-old Kody has special needs and is in need of a single or two-parent family who can provide him with love and attention.
Wednesday's Child: 9 Year-Old DominickDominick is a bright, charming and friendly Caucasian boy who loves to engage in conversations with others.
Wednesday's Child: 13 Year-Old TiaraTiara, 13, is a sweet, polite Caucasian girl who opens up easily to others and likes to ask a lot of questions. WBZ-TV's Jack Williams reports.
Wednesday's Child: 14 Year-Old FarrahFarrah is a smart 14-year-old Caucasian girl with loads of personality and spunk.
Wednesday's Child: Update On Jessica, Robert, James and SamuelJack Williams checks up on four children that he featured more than 11 years ago.
Wednesday's Child: 4 Year-Old RandyRandy, soon-to-be 4, is a cute, expressive Haitian young boy who has a very loving side to him.
Wednesday's Child: 11 Year-Old FrantzdyFrantzdy is an 11-year-old boy of Haitian descent.
Wednesday's Child: 14-Year-Old VeronicaVeronica, 14, is a sweet girl of Hispanic descent.
Wednesday's Child: 12-Year-Old ArairisArairis is a shy but friendly 12-year-old girl of Hispanic heritage available for adoption through the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange.
Wednesday's Child: 12-Year-Old SandraSandra is a beautiful and sweet 12-year-old girl of Hispanic descent.
Wednesday's Child: 12-Year-Old BrandonBrandon loves playing sports, and has played in a flag football and basketball league.
Jack Williams 'Anchored Boston' For 39 YearsJack Williams' colleagues recall his lengthy 39-year career as Friday marks his final day as full-time anchor at WBZ.
Jack Williams Reflects On 39 Years In BostonWBZ-TV's Jack Williams talks with co-anchor Lisa Hughes about the biggest stories he's covered in Boston.
Wednesday's Child Segment Shows Jack Williams' 'Tremendous Heart' Jack Williams' weekly Wednesday's Child segment paired more than 700 children with families during 1,100 segments over 33 years.
Jack Williams' Letter To WBZ-TV ViewersIt has been such an honor to be invited into people’s homes night after night.