Home Remodeling Truck Slams Into Malden HouseA 51-year-old Billerica man is facing OUI charges police say he crashed a home remodeling company dump truck into a house.
Online Retailers Crack Down On Chronic ReturningOnline shoppers are not going to like a new trend. Some retailers are now cracking down on returns.
Middleboro Homes, Cars Targeted By Vandals The Dexters have lived in Middleboro for nearly 40 years and say they've never had any issues until this weekend.
Students, Local Leaders Play In Annual Basketball For Peace Tournament Local kids and teens hit the hard court Thursday, playing for peace at the sixth annual basketball for peace tournament.
Petition Asks BU To Cancel Robin Thicke Concert Over 'Blurred Lines' LyricsA student petition is calling for BU to cancel Robin Thicke’s concert claiming his lyrics promote sexual abuse of women.
More Workers Will Be Looking For New Jobs This YearMore workers say they are willing to shake off their recession inspired fears and will be looking for new opportunities in the coming year.
Fake Perfumes Pose Health Risk When it comes to buying perfume, experts say to be careful where you buy it.
Melrose Man Fights To Get Back 777,000 Frequent Flyer MilesA Melrose man is upset American Airlines never informed him that more than 777,000 frequent flyer miles had expired.
Boston Company Builds Gaming App For Children's HealthA Boston company has developed a game designed to help kids with asthma, one of the most common chronic illnesses among children.
Service Allows Customers To Mask Credit Card Info From RetailersEvery time you make a purchase, Do Not Track Me creates a one-time use credit card number on your phone with the exact amount of the purchase.
Secondary Infertility Becoming More Common More couples are finding their dreams of having a second child are not coming true.
Mass. Approves First 20 Medical Marijuana Dispensary LicensesState public health officials have selected 20 locations to award the first licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts.
U.S. Supreme Court Skeptical Of Massachusetts Buffer Zone LawThe Supreme Court seems likely to strike down a Massachusetts law setting a 35-foot protest-free zone outside abortion clinics.
Wives, Girlfriends Of Patriots Stop At Boston Children's Hospital While the Patriots were on the practice field preparing for Saturday night's game, some of the players' wives and girlfriends were visiting with sick children.
Video Roundup: First Snow Storm Of 2014 Hits Southern New EnglandHere's a look at the coverage from WBZ-TV reporters from around the region.