The Week That Was: December 3, 2018
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Gold Star Family Gets New SUV From Herb ChambersSgt. 1st Class Eric Emond was killed in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan. The Herb Chambers companies donated a new SUV to Edmond’s wife Allie.
Dighton Selectmen Vote To Euthanize Dogs That Mauled TeenA 14-year-old boy was killed by several dogs at a Dighton home. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For May 22School Bus Catches Fire In Bellingham; Massport Worker Found Dead At Worcester Airport; Peabody Police Investigate Report Of Attempted Kidnapping; Showers Thursday.
Boston Calling: Police Will Issue Citations For Public Consumption Of MarijuanaThe three-day music festival, Boston Calling, starts Friday, and Boston Police said they will be giving citations to anyone smoking marijuana. WBZ-TV's Gary Brode reports.
Students Mourn 13-Year-Old 'Talented Young Artist' Who Died In LawrenceChloe Ricard had attended Amesbury Middle School. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For May 22Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Keller @ Large: Relationship Between Casinos, Mass. Regulators Fraying BadlyThe once-cozy relationship between the casino industry and Massachusetts regulators is fraying badly. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
'It's Overwhelming': Norton Police Officer Revives National Grid WorkerThe Norton police officer who revived a critically injured National Grid worker Tuesday says he was in the right place at the right time. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Thousands Of Memorial Flags Planted On Boston Common With Help From Patriots PlayersWBZ's Liam Martin reports.

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Home Renovations Unveiled In Plymouth For Girl Battling Rare DiseaseThe MacCurtain family’s home is now wheelchair accessible to help 7-year-old Abby get around easier.
Dorchester Man Shot, Killed In Dispute Over GrillWBZ's Beth Germano reports.
HealthWatch: New Technology Saves Those With Genetic Heart DiseaseWBZ's Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
No Students Hurt In Bus Fire In BellinghamFive students were on a bus that caught fire in Bellingham.
As Sagamore, Bourne Bridges Age, Cape Looks For A Replacement PlanWBZ's Bill Shields reports.
Encore Boston Harbor Casino Allowed To Serve Alcohol Until 4 AM In EverettWBZ's Louisa Moller reports.
Death Of Massport Worker At Worcester AIrport Is Under InvestigationWBZ's David Wade and Lisa Hughes report.
Hit Run Driver Arrested After Sagamore Bridge CrashA driver who allegedly crashed into an off-duty trooper appeared in court. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
WBZ Evening forecast for May 22, 2019WBZ Meteorologist Eric Fisher has your latest forecast
SkyEye Video: Memorial Day Flags On Boston CommonVolunteers planted 37,000 flags on Boston Common for Memorial Day.
Bruins David Backes On Facing St. Louis Blues In Stanley Cup FinalBruins forward David Backes admitted that it will be a little emotional when he faces his old team for the NHL's ultimate prize.
WBZ News Update For May 22, 2019Encore Casino To Open In June; Amesbury Grieves Death Of Teen; Scattered Showers
Whether Your Yard Offers Sun Or Shade, A Garden Center Can Help You Find The Right PlantsWBZ's Sarah Wroblewski reports.
WBZ Midday Forecast For May 22Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Divers Pull Body From Muddy River In Back BayWBZ TV's Kate Merrill reports.
School Mourns 13-Year-Old Girl Who Died In LawrenceChloe Ricard’s former school is remembering the 13-year-old who died in Lawrence this week as a “talented young artist” with a huge heart.
Man Wanted In Dorchester Murder Arrested At Brockton MotelWBZ TV's Michelle Fisher reports.
Encore Boston Harbor Casino To Open June 23 In EverettWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Quincy Police Officer Befriends OpposumWBZ's Kate Merrill reports.
Stanley Cup Final Has Jim And Pam From ‘The Office’ DividedIt’s the Bruins vs. the Blues for the Stanley Cup Final, and that’s a problem for Jim and Pam from “The Office.” Matt Yurus reports.

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