WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller is joined by Eileen McAnneny, president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation.
Police Officer Charged In 2018 Fatal Shooting Of Reading ManA Reading police officer who shot and killed a man at the conclusion of a 2018 standoff was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Coronavirus Pandemic Pushes Shoppers Online - Maybe For GoodWBZ-TV's Liam Martin reports.
Keller @ Large: Hassan, Murkowski Push For Transparent Vaccine ApprovalWBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
Why Not Wear Masks For Other Viruses?Dr. Mallika Marshall answers your coronavirus questions.
Holliston's Famous Balancing Rock Has FallenThe rock's legend even includes George Washington.
Alleged Drunk Driver Caught On Dash Camera In HinghamHingham Police released dash camera of an alleged drunk driver.
Restrictions On Bar Seating Relaxed In MassachusettsWBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
As Marlboro Goes To Remote After 3 Days, Baker Pushes For School ReopeningsWBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Mayor Walsh On Uptick In Coronavirus CasesBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said the city may move into the "red" zone after an uptick in cases.
Maine Removes Coronavirus Travel Restrictions For MassachusettsMaine Gov. Janet Mills announced on Wednesday that Massachusetts residents are no longer required to test negative for coronavirus or quarantine when they travel to the state.
Hollis, NH Police Investigating After Political Sign StolenPolice are reminding the public that it's a criminal offense to steal political signs.
Proposed Guidance For New Hampshire Ski Resorts Includes Face Coverings For Staff And SkiersThe draft guidance stresses social distancing and face coverings at ski resorts.
Bill Belichick's Tattered Sweatshirt Shows Cam Newton Isn't Quite Dressing The Coach Just YetIn a radio interview on Tuesday morning, Cam Newton said that if he hits the incentives in his contract this year, he'll have enough money to dress the entire coaching staff, including one Mr. Bill Belichick. Katie Johnston reports.
4 Former eBay Employees To Plead Guilty In Cyberstalking Campaign Against Natick CoupleFour former eBay employees will plead guilty for their roles in what prosecutors described as a cyberstalking campaign targeting a Natick couple who wrote content critical of the company in its newsletter.
WBZ News Update for September 23, 2020Paula Ebben and Zack Green have your latest news and weather headlines.
WBZ Midday Forecast For Sept. 23Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Johnson & Johnson’s Coronavirus Vaccine Enters Phase 3 Trial With Beth IsraelWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Family Frustrated After Arlington School Sends 9-Year-Old Home For SneezingWBZ-TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
Merrimack College Closes Dorm After Coronavirus ClusterWBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Baker Wants School Districts To Use 3 Weeks Of Data When Changing PlansWBZ TV's Christina Hager reports.
Best Buy Holding Job Fairs To Hire Holiday WorkersBest Buy is hiring thousands of new employees for the holidays.
Angry Baker Wants Congress To Focus On Coronavirus Relief Not Supreme CourtMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker thinks the federal government needs to focus on coronavirus relief right now and not the next Supreme Court nomination.
Baker Announces New Guidelines To Expand Restaurant SeatingMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said restaurants will now be able to use bar seating for food service and up to ten people can now sit at a table, up from six.
WBZ News Update For September 23Weather Warm-Up; Merrimack College Dorm Shut Down; Child Sent Home For Sneezing; Vice President Plane Scare