WBZ TV's Michelle Fisher reports.
Cab Driver Stabbed By Passenger In HyannisA cab driver was stabbed by a passenger after an altercation in Hyannis.
2 Seriously Injured In Jamaica Plain ShootingTwo people were seriously injured in a shooting in Jamaica Plain.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Dogs Rescued From Former Top Breeder Recovering In MassachusettsSeven dogs were brought to Massachusetts from a 10 acre farm in western New Jersey last week. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
Parkland Shooting Survivor Kyle Kashuv Says Harvard Rescinded Admission Over Past Racial SlursKashuv has built a profile as the conservative alternative to other visible, outspoken members of the #NeverAgain movement. WBZ-TV's Liam Martin reports.
Abortion Foes, Supporters Pack Hearing At Mass. StatehouseWBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Snake Slithers Into Medford Home, Bites 9-Month-Old BoyA Medford mother was terrified when a snake bit her 9-month-old son in the kitchen. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Abortion Foes, Supporters Pack Hearing At Mass. StatehouseActivists on both sides of the abortion divide have clashed over a bill in Massachusetts. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Human Remains Found Behind Wakefield HomeA landscaper found human remains at a home in Wakefield. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For June 17Human Remains Found In Wakefield Yard; Tenth Suspect In Court For David Ortiz Shooting; Mayor Walsh Calls For Delay In MBTA Fare Hike; Rain Tuesday.
Parkland Shooting Survivor Kyle Kashuv Says Harvard Rescinded Admission Over Past Racial SlursKashuv has built a profile as the conservative alternative to other visible, outspoken members of the #NeverAgain movement.
WBZ Evening Forecast For June 17Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
Wellesley Teen Graduates After Losing Vision Senior YearThere's no doubt in Harry Clark's mind that he would walk across the stage and graduate with his class at Wellesley High School. What he didn't know is that he would be doing it blind. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
'The Wing' Co-Working Space Designed For Women Opens In BostonThe Wing, a co-working space designed for women, is now open in Boston. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
HealthWatch: Summer Camp Safety; 'Sniffing' Out Brain TumorsThe American Academy of Pediatrics updated its recommendations on how to keep kids safe at camp. Researchers also have developed an "artificial nose" that they believe can help sniff out brain cancer during surgery. WBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
‘Dad Bod’ More Popular Than Ever, Survey FindsHaving a “dad bod” is in, according to a recent survey. Curtis Silva reports.
Hearing On Abortion Bills Draws Hundreds At Massachusetts StatehouseWBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Landscaper In Wakefield Discovers Human Bones Behind A ShedA landscaper working in Wakefield discovered human bones Monday morning.
Red Line Commuters Continue To Deal With DelaysRiders like David Vieira have a lot on the line. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
16-Year-Old Charged With Stabbing Whitman ClassmateA 16-year-old is facing charges after police say he stabbed another teenager outside a Whitman home late Sunday night. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Bruins GM Don Sweeney On Future Of Defenseman Torey KrugThe Bruins have some work to do on their blue line, with both Charlie McAvoy and Brandon Carlo set to hit restricted free agency this offseason. Could that mean Boston trades away Torey Krug? B's GM Don Sweeney said it would take a unique situation to send Krug out of town, but did not dismiss it.
WBZ News Update For June 17, 2019Whitman Stabbing; Quincy Bus Crash; Work Week Forecast.
Mayor Walsh: There Should Be No MBTA Fare Increase Until Red Line Is FixedBoston Mayor Marty Walsh tweeted Monday that there should be no fare increase on the MBTA until the Red Line is fixed.
Weymouth School Bus Crashes In Quincy, Bringing Down Live WiresA school bus crashed into a telephone pole in Quincy Monday morning, bringing down live wires.
16-Year-Old Charged With Stabbing Whitman ClassmateWBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Maple Syrup Production Up Despite Shorter SeasonU.S. maple syrup production increased slightly this year, even though the sap-collecting season was shorter than last year’s, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Ken Molestina reports.
Sports Final: What's Next For Boston Bruins After Stanley Cup Loss?Bruins radio analyst Bob Beers joins Steve Burton on Sports Final to detail Boston's offseason following their Stanley Cup Final loss to the St. Louis Blues. Beers goes over the Bruins free agents and who they need to re-sign this offseason.
Raw Video: School Bus Crashes Into Pole In Quincy, Bringing Down WiresA school bus crashed into a telephone pole in Quincy Monday morning.
Sports Final: What Happened To Bruins In Game 7 Of The Stanley Cup Final?After a fast start, the Bruins fell flat against the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. What happened to Boston? B's radio analyst Bob Beers joined Steve Burton on Sports Final to break it down.