The trial against Louis Coleman is expected to begin on February 28, 2022.

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Trial Date Set For Man Accused Of Kidnapping, Killing Jassy CorreiaThe trial against Louis Coleman is expected to begin on February 28, 2022.
Fire Burns Through Mattapan HomeFlames were coming through the roof of the Hazleton Street house on Saturday morning.
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Mural Unveiled At Mattapan Teen CenterA group of young artists has been working on the mural since January.
Stephen Colbert Highlights Plymouth Small Business With Help From David Wade And Lisa HughesStephen Colbert is giving shoutouts to small businesses on his late night show.
WBZ Update For May 15, 2021WBZ-TV's Anna Meiler and Jacob Wycoff have your latest news and weather.
I-Team: Law Passed During Pandemic Protects Nursing Homes From LawsuitsThere are calls to repeal a law passed during the pandemic that protects long-term care facilities from lawsuits. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Boston Businesses Eagerly Waiting For New Mask GuidanceWBZ-TV's Kristina Rex spoke with people in Boston about confusion over the mask mandate.
MIT Grad Wanted In Yale Murder ArrestedThe man wanted for the fatal shooting of a Yale graduate student has been arrested.
Six Flags New England Reopens After More Than 13 MonthsSix Flags New England in Agawam is reopening to the public on Saturday after being shuttered for 13 months due to the pandemic. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Police Commissioner Sues To Block Firing By Boston MayorCommissioner Dennis White, who was placed on administrative leave amid past domestic violence allegations, filed a lawsuit to stop acting Mayor Kim Janey from firing him. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Police Commissioner Dennis White's Attorney Addresses InvestigationBoston Police Commissioner Dennis White filed a lawsuit to stop acting Mayor Kim Janey from firing him.
Waivers Approved For 6 High Schools Ahead Of Full-Time In-Person Learning DeadlineAll students in grades 9-12 need to return to full-time, in-person learning on Monday.
John Dickerson On Capitol Riot Commission, New CDC Mask GuidanceJohn Dickerson, who is hosting Face The Nation this week, discusses the commission formed to investigate the Capitol riot and the impact of the CDC's new mask guidance.
NH To End $300 Unemployment Benefit Before SeptemberGovernor Chris Sununu wants to end the $300 a week enhanced federal benefit before it expires in September. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Store Owners Brace For New Mask GuidanceThe mask order remains in effect in Massachusetts, but Gov. Charlie Baker said he will soon update reopening plans. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Ex-Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia Found Guilty Of 21 Charges In Corruption TrialFormer Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia was found guilty Friday of 21 out of the 24 charges against him at his corruption trial. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Dennis White Challenging Removal As Boston Police CommissionerSuperintendent Nora Baston will be named the next Boston Police Commissioner Friday, sources told WBZ-TV's I-Team. But that appointment is on hold after Dennis White filed a lawsuit. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Waivers Approved For 6 High Schools Ahead Of Full-Time In-Person Learning DeadlineOf the requests, six were approved, nine were denied and one is still under consideration on Friday.
I-Team: Nora Baston To Be Named New Boston Police CommissionerSuperintendent Nora Baston will be named the next Boston Police Commissioner Friday, sources told WBZ-TV's I-Team.
Ex-Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia Found Guilty Of 21 Charges In Corruption TrialFormer Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia was found guilty Friday of 21 out of the 24 charges against him at his corruption trial.
Qinxuan Pan, MIT Grad Student Wanted In Yale Murder, Arrested In AlabamaWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Qinxuan Pan, MIT Grad Student Wanted In Yale Murder, Arrested In AlabamaWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
State Energy Secretary Explains How Massachusetts Became A Leader On Climate ChangeSecretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Kathleen Theoharides talked to WBZ TV's Jacob Wycoff about how Massachusetts became a national leader on climate change.

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