Sources tell WBZ-TV that a Worcester police officer has drowned trying to save a child in Green Hill Pond. The child has reportedly been found and taken to the hospital.
WBZ Evening News Update For January 18, 2022Boston Police arrest knife-wielding man on Massachusetts Avenue; City of Boston opening new testing sites for COVID-19; Local animal shelters see big donations for "Betty White Challenge"; Latest forecast.
Gov. Sununu Questions How Mass. Judge Gave Adam Montgomery Custody Of Now Missing HarmonyGov. Chris Sununu said believes a home study would have found Montgomery to be an unfit father for Harmony.
WBZ Evening Forecast For January 18Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
After Friend's Death On Ice, Wayland Teen Wants Neck Guards Mandatory For Youth Hockey PlayersSam Brande lost his friend Teddy Balkind in a tragic fatal hockey incident earlier this month. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Self-Swab COVID Testing Facility Opens At Bruce C. Bolling Building In RoxburyWBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Free At-Home COVID Tests Now Available Online Through Post OfficeYou can now order free, at-home COVID-19 tests online.
Massachusetts To Provide Weekly At-Home COVID Tests For Students, Staff At SchoolsMassachusetts will start making weekly at-home COVID tests available for students and staff at schools across the state later this month. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Boston Police Take Down Suspect Wanted For Threatening People With KnifeBoston Police subdued a knife-wielding man with beanbag rounds. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
'I Feel Very Vindicated': I-Team's Call For Action Helps Man Cancel Billerica Gym MembershipA Waltham man worked for months to cancel his gym membership until Call For Action stepped in. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Keller @ Large: Voter Rights Debate Isn't Just On The National Level, It's Happening In MassachusettsIt’s the issue propelling Boston NAACP President Tanisha Sullivan to run for secretary of state. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
Supreme Court Justices Suggest Boston Should Have Flown 'Christian Flag'Supreme Court justices seemed to have little doubt Tuesday that Boston was wrong to refuse to fly a banner described as a Christian flag outside City Hall.
AT&T, Verizon Delay Launching 5G Service Near Some AirportsWBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Massachusetts Reports 56,489 New COVID Cases Over Multiple Days, 47 Additional DeathsAs of Tuesday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 17.44%.
Boston Police Subdue Knife-Wielding Man With Bean Bag Round On Mass Ave.Police say officers subdued a knife-wielding man with a bean bag round during an incident Tuesday afternoon on Mass Ave. in Boston.
Adrian Phillips Says Patriots Weren't Mentally In Right Place Vs. BillsThe Patriots' safety says the team was physically in Buffalo but mentally not in the right space.
Animal Shelters Report Huge Donations In Honor Of Betty WhiteDonations to animal shelters across the state poured in as part of the Betty White Challenge.
New High-Capacity COVID Testing Facility Opens At Bruce C. Bolling Building In RoxburyThe wait time will be no longer than 30 minutes. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
WBZ News Update For January 18, 2022WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest news and weather.
Maura Murray's Family Says FBI Putting Out Nationwide Bulletin For Missing UMass StudentWBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Child Suffers Cut Foot In Elevator Incident At Revere Apartment ComplexWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ Midday Forecast For January 18Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Massachusetts To Provide Weekly At-Home COVID Tests For Students, Staff At SchoolsWBZ TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Gov. Baker: We Are On 'Back Side' Of Omicron Surge In MassachusettsGov. Baker said that wastewater data shows the state is coming down from the Omicron surge.
Gov. Baker Announces State Will Provide Weekly At-Home COVID Tests For StudentsMassachusetts will start making weekly at-home COVID tests available for students and staff at schools across the state later this month.