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Boston School Committee Chairman Michael Loconto Resigns After Mocking Names In MeetingMichael Loconto, the chairman of the Boston School Committee, resigned Thursday, a day after he was heard mocking names of some people during a meeting. CBSN Boston's Paula Ebben has the story.
Moderna Finishes Enrolling 30,000 Patients For Coronavirus Vaccine TrialModerna is one step closer to completing its coronavirus vaccine trial. CBSN Boston's Paula Ebben has the latest.
Governor Baker: 'Schools Are Not Spreaders'During his Thursday press conference, Massachusetts Governor Baker said, “The real life experience and the research with respect to schools is overwhelming at this point that schools are not spreaders."
Governor Baker Announces Advancement of $774 Million Recovery Plan For MassachusettsDuring Thursday's press conference, Governor Charlie Baker gave an update on the state's economic recovery plan from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
WBZ Midday Forecast For October 22Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Father And His Girlfriend Charged In Death Of 14-Year-Old Boy In Fall RiverPolice on Thursday said they arrested two people after a 14-year-old boy with a mental disability who died in Fall River.
Boston Marathon Raises $32.1 Million For Charities In 2020 Virtual RaceThe Boston Marathon may have been a virtual race in 2020, but it still managed to raise $32.1 million for charities. CBSN Boston's Breana Pitts has the latest.
BU Students Required To Wear Badges Indicating Negative Test In Public Places After COVID UptickBoston University students are now required to show a badge proving that they are up-to-date on coronavirus testing and symptom-free before entering public spaces on campus.
Devin McCourty Praises Jimmy Garoppolo's PoiseThe longtime Patriots captain won't ever forget how cool Jimmy G. was when filling in for Tom Brady in 2016.
WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For October 22Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
WBZ News Update For October 227-Day Forecast; Boston Public Schools Back To Full Remote; Color-Coded Map Delayed; Salem Want Halloween Crowds To Stay Away
ARL Boston Offers To Temporarily Foster Pets For Owners Facing EvictionThe Animal Rescue League of Boston is providing help to pet owners who are at risk of losing their homes.
Massachusetts Moves Coronavirus Risk Map To Thursdays To Add More DataWBZ TV's Liam Martin reports.
Massachusetts Ballot Question 2 - Should There Be Ranked Choice Voting?WBZ TV's Liam Martin reports
Virtual Halloween Cards Raising Money For Boston Children’s HospitalWBZ TV's Liam Martin reports.
WBZ Morning Forecast For October 22Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Salem Warns Tourists Not To Visit On HalloweenWith coronavirus still a major concern, tourists may be the scariest thing this Halloween in Salem. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Police are investigating a deadly shooting in Jamaica Plain.A man was shot and killed on Parker Street in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood.
Parents Of Special Needs Students In Disbelief Over Boston Schools Remote LearningAfter just three weeks, Boston schools are switching back to fully remote learning. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Local Families Hopeful After Pope Francis Endorses Civil Unions For Same-Sex CouplesThe announcement has given some local couples a glimmer of hope they can practice their religion while being themselves. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
CDC Changes COVID-19 Guidelines For Close ContactThe new definition includes exposures adding up to a total of 15 minutes spent 6 feet or closer to an infected person.
WBZ Evening News Update For October 21Boy found safe after police say he was kidnapped by his father; Man ordered to stay away from a woman after pleading guilty to following her in June; Norwood Hospital will stay closed for at least 12 months after major flooding; Latest forecast.
WBZ Evening Forecast For October 21, 2020Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.