One of the officers involved in the Watertown shootout following the Boston Marathon bombings is retiring after 30 years on the force. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Officer Involved In Watertown Shootout Retires After 30 Years On ForceOne of the officers involved in the Watertown shootout following the Boston Marathon bombings is retiring after 30 years on the force. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Man Rescued From Burning Car On I-495 In AndoverA good Samaritan helped rescue a man from a fiery crash on I-495 in Andover.
Boston Field Hospital No Longer Taking New Coronavirus PatientsThe Boston Hope field hospital is winding down operations as the surge in coronavirus cases has passed in Massachusetts. WBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
Mass. Lottery Loses Millions Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has cost the state millions in lost lottery money.
WBZ Evening News Update For May 26State’s largest coronavirus field hospital no longer taking patients; Hampton, NH police receive complaints about hotels; Southwick's Zoo reopens to visitors; Warm weather, sunshine ahead.
Boston Researchers Developing Coronavirus Smell TestResearchers are working on a test they hope will detect loss of smell even before the patient notices it. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Some Dentists To Charge An Extra Fee To Cover Cost Of PPEDentists at Smiles of Winchester will be dressed in full body gowns, n95 masks, face shields and a head covering.
Twins Born To Intubated Mom With Coronavirus Discharged From HospitalAn Everett mother is happy to have her newborn twins home after they were delivered by an emergency c-section because she had coronavirus. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For May 26Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
Uncertain Summer Ahead For Tourism In ProvincetownUnder the best circumstances, restaurants and hotels can begin re-opening as early as the second week of June. WBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Hampton NH Police Receive Complaints Of Hotels Renting RoomsNew Hampshire hotels can only rent rooms to essential workers.
Lt. Gov. Polito Addresses Report That She Held A Gathering At Her HouseLt. Gov. Polito said there was a family gathering at her brother's house.
Public Libraries Reopen For Curbside PickupPublic libraries in Massachusetts are reopening, in phases. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Keller @ Large: Tech Columnist Discusses Trump's Controversial TweetsNew York Times columnist Kara Swisher says Twitter takes down tweets all the time, but not President Trumps. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
Slow Return To Work At Non-Essential Offices In MassachusettsIt was a slow return for office employees in Massachusetts Tuesday. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
14-Year-Old Raises $31,000 For Marshfield Food PantryWhen coronavirus forced a food pantry to stop taking food, one teen decided to collect money instead.
Can A Person Get COVID-19 Twice? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your Coronavirus QuestionsWBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall answers coronavirus questions from viewers, like if it is possible to get the virus twice.
Expert: There Is A Chance Of A Second Wave, But Slow Reopening Will Help Decrease ImpactDr. Paul Biddinger said there's a good change for a second wave but hopefully it is not significant. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Attorney For Holyoke Soldiers' Home Releases Coronavirus DocumentsA lawyer representing the suspended superintendent at the Holyoke Soldiers Home says his client did what he was supposed to during the coronavirus outbreak and he has the documents to prove it. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Boston Mayor Walsh: It's Within Our Ability To Stop Second SurgeBoston Mayor Marty Walsh it is in within our ability to slow the spread.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Discusses Increase In Bus Lanes, Bikes During ReopeningBoston Mayor Walsh said biking is a good way to return to work in the city.
Boston Mayor Walsh Fans Won't See Games At Fenway Anytime SoonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said even if there were games at Fenway this summer, fans would not be there.
Mayor Walsh Announces $6M Reopen Boston FundBoston Mayor Walsh said it's a grant program to help businesses put safety measures in place.
Mayor Walsh: $4 Million Has Been Distributed To Small Businesses In The CityBoston Mayor Walsh said they are also helping getting businesses online.