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Lawrence Announce Childcare Scholarship FundThe city will invest $400,000 to help provide childcare for families.
Upton Man Wants Justice For Girlfriend Killed By Drunk DriverWBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Activists Call On Lawmakers To Pass Bill That Would Guarantee Housing StabilityThe state's moratorium on evictions is set to expire soon.
Photos Taken By Quincy Studio In 1980s Could Be Clue In Florida Cold Case MurderPolice are asking for the public’s help identifying four girls whose pictures were found as a part of a cold case investigation into the 1984 murder of a 15-year-old in Florida.
Boston Plastic Bag Ban ReinstatedBoston's plastic bag ban, lifted to slow spread of coronavirus, goes back into effect in Boston.
Keller @ Large: Highlights, Missed Opportunities From First Trump-Biden DebateWBZ-TV's Jon Keller found some highlights from the chaotic first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden.
CBS News: Debate Organizers Will Silence Microphones If Candidates Ignore RulesA source tells CBS News debate organizers could cut off microphones if Trump or Biden violate rules. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Storm Leaves Damage Across The StateWBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Remote Learning Impacted By Storms, Power OutagesSome Massachusetts schools cancelled remote learning due to power outages. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Loose Emu Wrangled In HaverhillAnimal control responded to an emu on the loose in Haverhill Wednesday.
PHOTO: Loose Emu Corralled In HaverhillPolice said that Animal Control Officer Michelle Cannon has been on the job for more than a decade and has dealt with all kinds of creatures including moose and bear. But she's never had to respond to a call about an emu before the incident on 17th Avenue. Geoff Petrulis reports
18,000 Mail-In Ballots Rejected In Massachusetts Primary ElectionWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ News Update for September 30, 2020Paula Ebben and Zack Green have your latest news and weather forecast.
WBZ Midday Forecast For September 30Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
More Than 70,000 Customers In Massachusetts Lose Power In StormWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Damage Scattered Around Boston Area After Morning StormWBZ TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
Frustrated Walsh Rips 'Irresponsible' College Students In Boston For Not Acting Like AdultsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is not happy with college students and the rise of coronavirus cases in the city.
Walsh Says Boston Not Moving Into Phase 3 Step 2 Of Reopening YetBoston Mayor Marty Walsh says he expects the city to move into the high-risk red zone for coronavirus cases soon.
Walsh: Don't Have Patriots House PartiesBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is asking everyone in Boston to avoid having or attending house parties to slow the spread of coronavirus.
WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For September 30Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Thousands Lose Power As Early Morning Storm Hits MassachusettsWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Gordon Hayward Shares Adorable -- And Hilarious -- Photo Of His New SonCeltics forward Gordon Hayward had a little fun sharing the first photo of him and his new son, Gordon Jr. -- or GT has the baby is known.
Topsfield Fair Still Hosting 'Socially Distant' Giant Pumpkin ContestA global pandemic won't stop the Giant Pumpkin Weigh-off at the Topsfield Fair. While the fair itself has been canceled, the Essex Agricultural Society is still holding a "socially distant" giant pumpkin contest this Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Stunning Fall Foliage Colors In The White MountainsThe leaves are turning brilliant colors in northern New England.