Boston joins Phase 3 of coronavirus reopening plan, Somerville delayed; 5 new Covid-19 related deaths in Mass.; Bruins drop puck on training camp ahead of NHL’s restart; Storms possible Tuesday.
Lights Out At Skylite: Worcester Landmark Shuts Down For Good After 40 YearsDays after being allowed to re-open, the Skylite roller skating center shut down, for good. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Shoppers Prepare For Potential Second Coronavirus WaveShoppers are preparing for the added stress all over again as health experts predict a second wave of coronavirus cases. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
During Baptism, Milton Family Honors Stem Cell Donor Who Saved Grandmother’s LifeA virtual Baptism and naming ceremony in Milton - celebrated faith, a healthy baby, and an angel joining from thousands of miles away. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
NH Warns About Covid-19 Exposure At 5 RestaurantsThe state of New Hampshire is warning anyone who dined at five different restaurants about potential exposure to COVID-19. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Rochester Boy Donates $1,800 In Books To His Region's Diversity LibraryKelcey Robertson raised money for a diversity library by selling lettuce.
RI Doctors Create App That Rates Covid-19 RIskThe app “My Covid Risk” rates the risk of getting coronavirus in different scenarios. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Figure Skaters Circulate Petition After Ice Rink ShutdownAn online petition to allow figure skating to continue in Massachusetts is gaining support. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For October 23New coronavirus cases continue to spike in Massachusetts; Health experts push for testing asymptomatic people as COVID-19 cases rise; UMass Amherst will offer limited classroom instruction for the spring semester; Weekend forecast.
WBZ Evening Forecast For October 23Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
State Inspectors: Deadly Allston Elevator Incident Was Not Mechanical ErrorState inspectors said human error led to the death of a woman in an Allston elevator.
New Bedford Assisted Living Facility Hosting Thanksgiving Food DriveWhaler's Cove Assisted Living in New Bedford is holding its first-ever, drive-thru food drive for the holiday season.
Margaret Brennan On Final Stretch Of Presidential CampaignFace The Nation Host Margaret Brennan discusses the presidential campaign and previews her interview with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb.
Vice President Joe Biden's Stutter Inspires 17-Year-Old From DanversEthan West, a 17-year-old who has stuttered his entire life, says it is "cool to see how [Biden] can do so well with public speaking." WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Lynn Man Avoids Deportation After He Was Threatened By LandlordRobelio Gonzalez walked out of ICE headquarters in Burlington a free man. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Ice Hockey Paused In Mass. After Coronavirus Clusters DiscoveredThere have been more than 100 cases linked to hockey in Massachusetts. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Accused Drunk Driver Crashes Pickup Truck Inside Oxford Store 61A pickup truck crashed inside a store in Oxford overnight and police said the driver was drunk.
Trump 2020 Sign Tied Around Cable Wires Above Wilmington StreetSomeone tied a Trump 2020 sign around wires above a street in Wilmington early Friday.
NH Warns About Coronavirus Exposure At 5 RestaurantsNew Hampshire health officials are warning about coronavirus exposure at five restaurants in the state.
14 New Mass. Communities Deemed High-Risk For Coronavirus14 new Massachusetts communities were added to the state's high-risk COVID-19 map this week. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Boston Symphony Orchestra To Perform Rolling Recitals At Boston HospitalsThe performances were outside and conducted in a physically-distanced manner.
Remdesivir Becomes First COVID-19 Treatment To Receive FDA ApprovalDr. Paul Sax, an infectious disease expert at Brigham and Women's Hospital, told CBSN Boston's Nick Giovanni, "What is most important for people to understand is that, yes, Remdesivir does work, but it doesn't work in everyone."
Watertown To Begin Hybrid Learning In Some Schools After State Announces AuditWatertown Public Schools are shifting to hybrid learning next week after the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced it would audit the district.