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Emerson College President On Racism In AmericaEmerson College Presidents Dr. M. Lee Pelton called the death of George Floyd a "legalized lynching." He joined WBZ-TV's Liam Martin to discuss racism in America.
DA Rollins Says 'Overwhelming Majority' Of Arrested Protesters Will Be ProsecutedSuffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins spoke with WBZ-TV's Liam Martin about the recent protests in Boston.
Demanding Change, Revere Teens Bring Dad To Boston RallyA Revere father was among those who joined in this afternoon's demonstration on Boston Common -- but only after what he calls "challenging" conversations with his three kids. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For June 3Protesters stage die-in in Framingham; Lawmakers vote on proposal to bring relief to Mass. restaurants during shutdown; Holy Cross rower released from hospital after fatal crash in January; Sunny, warm Thursday.
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A Police Officer Sat Down For A Simple Conversation, And Left A Deep ImpactWith a simple hello, a Beverly police officer sat down with a couple to show his willingness to listen with an open heart. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes reports.
Clergy Calls For Change, But Asks Protestors To Remain PeacefulWBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Protesters Gather In Boston For 4th Day Of Demonstrations For George FloydFor the fourth day in a row protesters are making their voices heard in Boston. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Mass. Nursing Homes Now Allow Outdoor VisitsWBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
National Guard Soldier, Police Captain In Trouble For Social Media PostsWBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Revere Food Pantry Gives Delivers Food To VeteransMore than 9,000 pounds of food was given to military families.
Keller @ Large: History Suggests Sweeping Change In Laws Regulating Policing Is UnlikelyWBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
DA Rollins Responds To Letter Sent By Boston Police Patrolmen's AssociationWBZ-TV's Liam Martin reports.
Weston Police Chief Marches With George Floyd ProtestersIn some communities, the key to a peaceful protest was solidarity. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Brockton Cleans Up After Violent ProtestsPeaceful rallies turned chaotic in Brockton as protesters clashed with police. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Organizer Of George Floyd Rally Proud Of TurnoutWBZ-TV's Nick Emmons spoke with Yasmeen Khader who organized a peaceful rally on Boston Common.
New Numbers Show Large Number Of Coronavirus Recoveries In Mass.The majority of people with coronavirus is Massachusetts have now recovered.
'This Is A Human Issue': Protest Held On Boston Common For George FloydProtesters gathered on the Boston Common to honor the life of George Floyd and speak out against police brutality.
Tedy Bruschi On His Passion For Running; Taking On Tiki Barber In Run 1 Tag 1 ChallengeFormer Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi is now a passionate runner, and he spent Global Running Day by taking on Tiki Barber in the Run 1 Tag 1 challenge.
Tedy Bruschi Shares His Thoughts On The Virtual 2020 Boston MarathonBruschi is disappointed he and his team -- Tedy's Team -- won't be able to run in the 2020 Boston Marathon, but said they will find a way to get it done and continue to raise awareness for stroke and heart disease.
Man Charged With Breaking Into Attleboro Zoo In Attempt To See LemursPolice arrested a 52-year-old man who allegedly broke into an Attleboro zoo while intoxicated, saying he wanted to visit lemurs that live on islands at the facility.
Holy Cross Rower Hannah Strom Released From Rehab Facility After Team Van CrashHoly Cross rower Hannah Strom was greeted by a cheering crowd of friends, family and teammates as she left Spaulding Rehab Hospital Wednesday morning.
Massachusetts Child Care Centers To Have Many Changes When They Reopen In Phase 2Early Education Commissioner Samantha Aigner-Treworgy outlined some of the changes you can expect to see at child care centers when Phase 2 begins.
Retail Experience Will Be 'Different' When Stores Open In Phase 2Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy said Wednesday people will need to be "kind and patient with retailers" when Phase 2 begins.

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