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WBZ Evening News Update For July 26, 2021Dept. of Veterans Affairs to require all employees to be vaccinated; President Biden nominates DA Rachael Rollins to be Massachusetts U.S. attorney; Acting Mayor Janey announces pilot program for free MBTA rides on Route 28; Latest forecast.
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Rachael Rollins Nominated To Be U.S. Attorney For MassachusettsIf confirmed, Rachael Rollins would become the first Black woman to serve as U.S. attorney for Massachusetts. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
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Air Quality Alert Issued In Massachusetts Due To Western WildfiresThe smell of smoke and the sight of haze hung in the air once again in Massachusetts Monday due to wildfires. WBZ-TV's Eric Fisher has more.
Wellesley Family Reacts After Being Reunited With Stolen PuppyPolice tracked down an 8-month-old puppy that was stolen from a Wellesley yard.
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Red Sox To Celebrate Disability Awareness Night At Fenway ParkThe Boston Red Sox on Monday will celebrate "Disability Awareness Night" at Fenway Park. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Pilot Program For Free MBTA Rides On Route 28 To Begin August 29Riders won't need to pay a fare on Route 28 from August 29 to November 29.
WBZ News Update For July 26Rachael Rollins nominated to be US Attorney; Provincetown indoor mask mandate; VaxMillions first drawing Monday
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