A man was in court Tuesday after he allegedly attempted to abduct a 16 year old girl on her way home from school. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports
RMV Extends Deadlines For Mass. DriversAs part of an effort to social distance, many drivers have more time to renew their licenses and registrations.
Mass. Reports 527 Additional Coronavirus CasesThe state reported 74 additional deaths on Wednesday.
WBZ News Update For May 27, 2020Senior living facility investigated after coronavirus outbreak, aggressive coyote shot on Cape, steamy weather ahead.
West Roxbury School Hosts Virtual Talent ShowWBZ News
Boston Women Pivot New Business To Help Female Healthcare Workers In PandemicThe inspiration for Robina Verbeek and Susanna Twarog’s business came from an ill-fated bathroom run. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For May 27, 2020Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
People Social Distance At Beaches As Weather Heats UpWBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Colleges Present Plan To Reopening Task ForceA group of Massachusetts colleges and universities have submitted their recommendations for getting back to a "new normal." WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Temperature Checks, Social Distancing On Roller Coasters When Six Flags ReopensAmusement parks have not yet been given the green light to re-open, but Six Flags theme parks have released guidelines for keeping guests and employees safe. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Boston Next: MBTA May See Ridership Drop Post-PandemicWBZ-TV's Jon Keller talks about why those returning to work may not return to using public transportation.
Massachusetts Nurses Association Responds To Gov. Baker's Reopening PlanThe Massachusetts Nurses Association is concerned about staffing levels as hospitals resume elective procedures.
MBTA Fast Tracks Construction Projects As Pandemic Leads To Low RidershipWBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
State Considers Reopening Plans That Could Temporarily Eliminate Infant CareDay care operators are worried new safety rules could put them out of business. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
What's The Risk? Is It Safe To Go To A Hair Salon, Swim In A Lake?WBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall answers your coronavirus questions.
Mass. Hit By Nationwide Unemployment Scam; Payments May Be DelayedMassachusetts is warning residents that people are using stolen personal information from previous data breaches to file for fraudulent unemployment claims as part of a national scam. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Park Rangers Kill Agressive Coyote On Cape CodPark rangers at Cape Cod National Seashore say they had to kill an aggressive coyote.
Bald Eagle Population Soaring In MassachusettsThe Bay State’s bald eagle population is soaring. MassWildlife said Wednesday it has documented more than 70 active eagle nests in the state this spring. Katie Johnston reports.
Massachusetts Hit By Nationwide Unemployment Scam; Payments May Be DelayedMassachusetts is warning residents that people are using stolen personal information from previous data breaches to file for fraudulent unemployment claims as part of a national scam.
Massachusetts AG Investigates Deadly Coronavirus Outbreak At Littleton FacilityWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Weymouth 19-Year-Old Accused Of Killing Family's DogA Weymouth teen is charged with animal cruelty for allegedly killing a pet chihuahua.
With Ridership Low Due To Coronavirus, MBTA Fast-Tracking Construction ProjectsCBSN Boston's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Group Of Colleges In Massachusetts Submits Reopening PlansA group of higher education institutions have come up with a plan to safely return to campus.
Superintendents Face Big Challenge With Reopening Massachusetts SchoolsWBZ TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Warm Weather Attracts Beachgoers With Social Distancing Restrictions In PlaceCBSN Boston's Anna Meiler reports.