The Barnes & Noble in the Prudential Center is permanently closing after its owners said they could not reach an agreement with their landlord.
FDA authorizes COVID booster shot for healthy kids ages 5 to 11WBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Patriots coaches meet with media -- but no official titles or roles have been givenJoe Judge and Matt Patricia shed a little light on their new roles with the Patriots, but also added to the mystery of who will be calling offensive plays in the process.
Brookline Schools Superintendent On Settling Teachers StrikeWBZ TVs Nick Giovanni talks to Dr. Linus Guillory about the overnight negotiations that led to the deal.
Local woman representing Boston at White House forum on youth mental healthMay is Mental Health Awareness Month and Boston will be represented at an event at the White House by Dayna Altman. She spoke to WBZ TV’s Breana Pitts.
Brookline school teachers end one-day strike with new dealWBZ TV"s Nick Giovanni reports.
Next Weather: WBZ mid-morning forecast for May 17Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Thursday is Mental Health Awareness DayA day long effort by CBS Boston to shine a light on issues of mental health.
New England Living: Glassblowing at the Bubble FactoryA converted barn turned glassblowing studio in Essex, The Bubble Factory is a multimedia workshop and classroom.
Brookline teachers' strike ends, schools to be open TuesdayWBZ TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
Massachusetts gas prices rise to new record high of $4.65 a gallonWBZ TV's Kate Merrill reports.
Next Weather: WBZ morning forecast for May 17Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Boys & Girls Club fundraiser recognizes amazing womenThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester honored three incredible women at this year's New England Leadership Awards.
Next Weather: WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Six newborn puppies abandoned in Holliston; Police seek public's helpThe puppies were less than a week old and found in a box on the side of the road.
Volunteers organize to help ease nationwide baby formula shortageThe baby formula crisis isn’t only sending parents in a scramble to get nutrition for their baby, but also to give. WBZ-TV's Juli McDonald reports.
Negotiations continue as Brookline teachers strike over stalled contractBrookline teachers went on strike Monday and schools were closed.
Video: Likely tornado spotted in Charlestown, New HampshireVideo of a likely tornado was taken in Charlestown, New Hampshire Monday night.
Eagle Scout candidate makes gift bags for veteransCarlie Briere has raised nearly $17,000, which went towards the purchase of items for 250 gift bags.
Building owner suspects arson after fatal Worcester fireTwo more victims were found after a fire at a 6-family building. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For May 16, 2022Two more victims found after fire in Worcester; Hundreds of students walk out of Malden High School after staff layoffs; MBTA announces new bus routes; Latest forecast.
Next Weather: WBZ Evening Update For May 16Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
New robots help Mansfield distribution center workers become more productive, less fatiguedRobots at Top Notch Distributors are giving current employees a big boost. WBZ-TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Moped driver injured after crash involving school bus in LowellThe moped hit the back of the bus and the driver slid underneath it.
Ed Davis on Buffalo shooting, extremist behavior onlineWBZ security analyst Ed Davis says there needs to be a better system in place to flag extremist behavior online.