WBZ News Update For November 21Ken MacLeod and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest news and weather headlines.
WBZ Midday Forecast For November 21Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
WBZ News Update for November 21, 2020Anna Meiler and Jacob Wycoff have the latest news and weather headlines.
WBZ Morning Forecast For November 21Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
Massachusetts State Police Seek Suspect Who Shot Trooper During Hyannis Traffic StopA suspect is on the loose after shooting a Massachusetts State Police trooper during a Hyannis traffic stop late Friday night.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Massachusetts Travel Restrictions: NH, Maine Removed From List Of Exempt StatesMassachusetts is taking New Hampshire and Maine off its shrinking list of states exempt from travel restrictions. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Pedestrian Seriously Injured After Crash On Route 1 In NorwoodPolice said two cars collided on Route 1 before a pedestrian was struck.
Cape Cod Man Completes Cross-Country Bike Ride To Celebrate SobrietyConnor O’Reilly pedaled 4,500 miles across the country to raise money for people in recovery.
Christmas Tree Sales Starting Early In BostonInstead of picking out the perfect tree in-person, COVID-19 has some customers leaving it up to the pros.
Police Search For Man Who Spit At Hikers In Ashburnhamshburnham police are trying to identify a man who spit at two hikers and told them "I have COVID." WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
I-Team: Rapid Covid-19 Test Shortage At Brigham & Women's HospitalUsed when admitting patients at hospitals, the I-Team has learned is in short supply at Brigham and Women’s in Boston. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
WBZ Evening News Update For November 20Man is accused of claiming he has COVID-19 and spitting at two women in Ashburnham; New Hampshire and Maine now fall under Massachusetts travel restrictions; MIAA votes to start winter sports Dec. 14; Weekend forecast.
WBZ Evening Forecast For November 20Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Returns With Virtual PerformancesThey have been shut down since March due the pandemic, now the sweet sounds of the Boston Symphony Orchestra are back. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Gas Fitters Indicted In NH Carbon Monoxide Poisoning DeathsThree gas fitters have been indicted on negligent homicide charges in the 2019 carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of a couple in their New Hampshire home.
Boston College Unveils New Baseball Facility Named For Pete FratesWBZ-TV's David Wade has the story.
Dining By Heat Lamps In Streets Of Boston Is About To EndThe days of dining on streets and sidewalks in Boston are about to end. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Hull Cancels Thanksgiving Night Bonfire Due To Rise In COVID CasesWBZ-TV's Paula Ebben has the latest.
I-Team: Residents Of Wareham Neighborhood Living With Stench For 4 YearsWareham residents are worried the smell from the sewer is hazardous to their health. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Brockton Man Held Without Bail In Deadly Hit And Run; DA Says He Left Victim 'Suffering In The Road'The man charged in a high-and-run crash in Brockton that killed 72-year-old Marie Rose Bienaime will be held without bail until his next hearing on Nov. 24. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
MIAA Establishes High School Winter Sports Start Date As Dec. 14High school basketball, gymnastics, ice hockey, alpine skiing, nordic skiing, and swimming and diving in Mass. have a new start date of Dec. 14.
COVID Latest: Massachusetts Reports 2,288 New Cases, 34 Additional DeathsHealth officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 194,338 while the total number of deaths is 10,238. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes has the latest.
COVID-19 Cases At Mass. Schools Nearly Double From Last WeekThere's been a big jump in COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts schools in the last week. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.

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