WBZ-TV's Michelle Fisher reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For November 30, 2021Fatal crash involving moped in Norton; Review says judge was following "correct law" when denying woman's protective order; Workers injured while cleaning chemicals at Haverhill facility.
Celtics' Enes Kanter Freedom Discusses Becoming A U.S. Citizen, Why He Changed His NameEnes Kanter Freedom said that becoming a U.S. Citizen on Monday was the most unforgettable moment of his life, and said he changed his last name to "Freedom" because it's something he's been fighthing for his entire life.
WBZ Evening Forecast For November 30, 2021Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Loyal Customers Say Goodbye To Beloved Muffin Shop In WeymouthJudging by the hugs, cards, and tears, it’s obvious it’s not just the muffins that kept people coming back all these years. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
Keller @ Large: A Deep Dive Into How Mass. Lawmakers Want To Spend Federal COVID ReliefIt has taken the Massachusetts House and Senate months to come up with their own spending plans, which still haven't been finalized. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
Tuition At UMass Amherst Is Going Up In 2023UMass Amherst had frozen tuition for the last two years.
Police Investigate Shooting In RoxburyOne person was shot in Roxbury Tuesday afternoon.
Transit Police Searching For Man Who Stole From 83-Year-Old At Park Street StationTransit Police are looking for a suspect who recently robbed an 83-year-old man at the Park Street MBTA Station.
Baker: COVID Vaccine Passport Program Could Be ComingA COVID-19 vaccination passport program that would allow residents to quickly demonstrate their vaccine status could be up and running in Massachusetts and several other states soon, Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Black Lives Matter Mural Vandalized At Somerville Hair SalonA Somerville hair salon owner wants answers after her window mural was tagged with graffiti Friday morning. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Horse Runs In Traffic On Busy Route 140 In TauntonA horse was loose on Route 140 Tuesday morning.
Move To Deny Restraining Order For Woman Before Salem Shooting Ruled A 'Reasonable Application' Of LawA judge's decision to deny a protective order to a woman who was later shot, allegedly by her ex-boyfriend, “represented a reasonable application of current New Hampshire law."
Two Workers Injured In Chemical Spill At Haverhill PlantTwo people were taken to the hospital with burns after a hazardous materials emergency at a plant in Haverhill.
85-Year-Old Man Killed In Yarmouth Hit-And-Run CrashAn 85-year-old man was killed in a hit and run crash in Yarmouth. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Police Investigating After 1 Person Shot On Rockland Street In RoxburyOne person was shot Tuesday afternoon in Roxbury has been taken to the hospital.
Gov. Baker Speaks At Groundbreaking For New Norwood HospitalMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker spoke at the groundbreaking event for Norwood Hospital, which is the area’s first newly constructed hospital in nearly 25 years.
2 Taken To Hospital With Burns After Chemical Spill In HaverhillTwo people have been taken to the hospital with burns after a hazardous materials emergency at a plant in Haverhill.
Demand For COVID Booster Shots Growing In MassachusettsWBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
WBZ News Update For November 30WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben and Jacob Wycoff have your latest news and weather.
83-Year-Old Man Robbed At Park Street MBTA Station; Police Searching For SuspectTransit Police are looking for a suspect who recently robbed an 83-year-old man at the Park Street MBTA Station. Katie Johnston reports.
Leonard Robinson Held Without Bail After Being Charged With Murdering Dejah Jenkins-Minus In LowellWBZ-TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
Horse Runs In Traffic On Busy Route 140 In TauntonThe horse was captured and put into a trailer, and did not impact traffic.