Massachusetts Closes In On Goal Of 4.1 Million People Vaccinated Against COVID-19WBZ-TV's Nick Giovanni reports.
Jimmy Fund Clinic, Families Enjoy Photo Session At Fenway ParkOne patient said it was a moment to reflect on their experience.
Search Continues For 11-Year-Old Girl Missing After Man's Body Is Recovered In RI WaterThe girl got caught in a rip current and the man went to try and help her.
Boston Police Respond To Calls For Child Hit By A Car In DorchesterPart of Wilcock Street was blocked off Sunday night.
Nurses Strike At Saint Vincent Hospital Becomes 2nd-Longest In State HistoryThe nurses' strike at Saint Vincent Hospital has become the second-longest in state history.
WBZ News Update For June 20, 2021WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest news and weather.
Dorchester Church Joins National Father's Day Challenge, Calls For 'Summer Of Peace'Rev. Kevin Peterson joined the national call of 1,000 churches that will shift their focus to mentoring at-risk youth. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Mass Obligation Officially Reinstated For Catholics In Eastern MassachusettsAnyone who is sick, has been exposed to COVID, hasn't been vaccinated is exempt from the obligation.
Bridgewater Woman Hurt After Crashing ATV During Rainstorm On New Hampshire TrailThe ATV rolled over and the woman was thrown from the machine.
Two More Mass Vaccination Sites To Close This WeekThe Hynes Convention Center and Reggie Lewis Center will both close this week.
1-Year-Old Angelo Nicoloro Drowned During Wrentham Father's Day CelebrationA Wrentham family is mourning the death of 1-year-old Angelo Nicoloro, who drowned Saturday during a family Father’s Day celebration. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Massachusetts Reports 41 New COVID Cases, 5 Additional DeathsAs of Sunday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 0.34%.
Gardening Tips: SalviasWBZ-TV's David Epstein has a tip for your garden.
4 Your Community: Boston PrideBoston Pride President Linda DeMarco talks about how far the movement has come and what still needs to be done to fight discrimination.
Vax Express Commuter Rail Will Stop In Lawrence SaturdayThe train offers Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccines.
WBZ News Update For June 19, 2021WBZ-TV's Nick Giovanni and David Epstein have your latest news and weather.
8 Residents Displaced After Somerville FireA fire damaged a multi-family home on Temple Street in Somerville.
Worcester Unveils Statue Of Celtics Legend Bob CousyA statue of Celtics legend Bob Cousy has been unveiled in Worcester.
New Aquaman Mural Unveiled In Marshfield For Danny SheehanThe mural celebrates Danny Sheehan, an 8-year-old boy with cancer whose love for Aquaman went viral last winter.
Boston Marks Juneteenth With Celebration In Nubian SquareIt was a celebration of Black music and culture in the heart of Roxbury. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
3 People Rescued From Rip Currents At Salisbury Beach; DCR Issues WarningThree more people had to be rescued from strong rip currents at Salisbury Beach on Friday. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
I-Team: Anti-Semitic Zoombombing On The RiseMessages and symbols of hate have made their way into schools, religious services and funerals. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
How To Support Black-Owned Businesses On JuneteenthA pop-up market will be open in Brockton for Juneteenth.
John Dickerson On Biden-Putin Meeting, Voting Rights LegislationJohn Dickerson, who is hosting Face The Nation this week, discusses the success of the Biden-Putin meeting and the voting rights bill.