Thompson said that Boston fans can get rowdy toward the opposition, but they have embraced him with open arms since he joined the Celtics.
WBZ Morning Forecast For September 28Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
WBZ ForecastJacob Wycoff has an updated weather forecast.
Police Search For Suspect In Cambridge Road Rage StabbingA man was stabbed after an apparent road rage incident in Cambridge.
Man Rescued By Northeastern Crew Team After Crashing Into RiverA man was rescued after he crashed into the Charles River. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg On Current State Of TravelPeter Greenberg discusses why airline prices are skyrocketing and the return of the cruise industry.
'It Was Shocking': American Flag Stolen From Pulaski Park In BostonOn Saturday, a man slammed the Pulaski Park flagpole to the ground. He tore the American flag and took off. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Northeastern Rowing Team Helps Rescue Driver From Charles RiverWBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For September 27, 2021DESE extends school mask mandate until at least November 1; UMass Amherst officials condemn racist emails sent to student organizations; Manchester, NH police search for mom after toddler overdoses on drugs; Latest forecast.
2-Time Cancer Survivor Running Boston Marathon For Dana-FarberThis is Hilary Hall's ninth year running for the Dana Farber team, and she knows more than most how important these fundraising efforts are. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For September 27, 2021Jacob Wycoff has an updated weather forecast.
Topsfield Fair Vendors Happy To Be Back After Year Off Due To PandemicThe Topsfield Fair opens on Friday and runs through October 11th, and after a year off due to the pandemic, vendors and attendees alike are eager to be back. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
MBTA Says Inspectors Checked Escalator 3 Weeks Before It MalfunctionedNine people were injured when an escalator malfunctioned in Back Bay station. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
I-Team: Consumers Report Car Dealers For Using Deceptive Advertising TacticsThe Massachusetts attorney general said she has received complaints that dealerships are advertising one price, then charging more. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
'Extremely Frustrating': Not All School Districts Implementing COVID Test & Stay ProgramStudents are back to in person learning, but the challenges surrounding COVID-19 are still lingering. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
UMass Investigating 'Blatantly Racist' Emails Sent To Black Student OrganizationsUMass President Marty Meehan on Monday said the state university system is investigating racist emails and other "vile messages" directed toward Black students at the flagship Amherst campus.
Advocate Calls Plan To Turn Vacant Suffolk County Jail Building Into Treatment Center 'Horrifying'WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Harvard Moves First-Year MBA Classes Online Temporarily Due To 'Steady Rise In Breakthrough Infections'Harvard Business School is temporarily moving some classes online as breakthrough COVID cases among students rise.
Massachusetts Reports 4,095 New COVID Cases, 14 Additional Deaths Over 3 DaysAs of Monday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 1.87%
Dozens Of Massachusetts State Police Troopers Resigning Over COVID Vaccine Mandate, Union SaysWBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Facebook Puts Instagram For Kids On HoldInstagram is pressing pause on plans to develop a version of its service for kids under 13 after facing pressure from lawmakers.
Boston Police Searching For Possible Missing Girl In MattapanBoston Police spent Monday morning searching for a possible missing girl in Mattapan, but have not found any information on exactly what happened.
4-Year-Old Overdosed On Methadone, Now Manchester, NH Police Searching For MotherPolice in New Hampshire are searching for a mother whose 4-year-old overdosed on Methadone in July.
State Lawmakers Discuss Safe Injection Site ProposalState lawmakers met virtually to talk about proposals for safe injection sites.
Mass. Extends School Mask MandateMassachusetts is extending the school mask requirement through at least November 1, the state’s education department announced Monday afternoon.