WBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
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Bernie Madoff, Man Behind Largest Ponzi Scheme In History, Dies In Prison At 82WBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Baker: Massachusetts Eagerly Awaits Word On Next Steps For Johnson & Johnson VaccineGov. Charlie Baker said the supply of Johnson & Johnson doses in Massachusetts is a small portion of the state's supply.
Those Eligible For Vaccines In Mass. Monday May Wait 'Several Weeks' For Appointment, Baker SaysEveryone age 16 and older becomes eligible for a COVID vaccination Monday, April 19 in Massachusetts. But the governor says you can expect to wait weeks before actually getting a shot.
Asteroid Entering Earth's Atmosphere May Have Caused Light Streak Over FloridaParts of Florida saw a very bright light from a possible meteor in the night sky.
WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For April 14Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Moderna Says Its COVID Vaccine More Than 90% Effective 6 Months After Second DoseWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Brush Fire Breaks Out Near I-93 Exit Ramp In DorchesterWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
WBZ Morning Forecast For April 14Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.
Wednesday's Child: 14-Year-Old BacariBacari is active and energetic and enjoys walking, playing basketball, and participating in other outdoor activities.
Revolution Training In Foxboro For Saturday's Season OpenerThe New England Revolution are preparing for their season opener against the Chicago Fire.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine On Pause In Massachusetts After Rare Blood ClotsDoctors say the pause is a sign the safety system is working. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Junk Workers Rescue Man Pinned Under Car In HopkintonThree workers from a junk removal company jumped into action and lifted a car off a man in Hopkinton. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Police Release Surveillance Photos Of Car After Somerville Hit & RunState Police have released surveillance photos of a car believed to be involved in a hit and run on McGrath Highway in Somerville Monday night.
NTSB: Pilot Error Likely Caused Vintage Bomber's Crash That Killed 7 In ConnecticutPilot error probably caused the 2019 crash of a World War II-era bomber in Connecticut that killed seven people and wounded six others, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
Grafton Family Displays More Than 17,000 Flags For Massachusetts COVID VictimsA Grafton family has displayed more than 17,000 small American flags, one for each COVID-claimed life in Massachusetts. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
Saint Joseph's College Fines Students $50 For Not Wearing MasksSaint Joseph’s College in Maine is giving $50 tickets to students who violate the school's face mask requirement.
WBZ Evening Forecast For April 12Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
'Reminder Of Why We Serve': Randolph Police Donate Violin To 8-Year-Old GirlA group of Randolph Police officers teamed up to purchase a violin and a year’s worth of lessons in an effort to help cheer up an 8-year-old girl they met while responding to a call.
Methuen Cancels Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Clinic For 600 PeopleMayor Neil Perry is concerned about how the pause will impact the vaccination process in the city. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
2018 Boston Marathon Champ Des Linden Sets New World Record For 50KLinden broke the previous record for fastest 50K at an incredible time of 2:59:54 in Oregon.
I-Team: Revere Residents Upset Over New Parking Meters, Lack Of OutreachRevere residents say they had no idea the state was planning to charge for parking. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccines Paused As Rare Blood Clots Are InvestigatedBlood clots were reported in six women between the ages of 18 and 48. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
'Year Of Transition': Suit Shops Say Work Wardrobe Will Now Reflect Hybrid ModelFancy suits, shoes and ties normally keep retailers busy year-round, but this was no normal year. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.