DESE Commissioner Explains Goal To Bring Kids Back To SchoolCommissioner Riley said there is widespread agreement in the medical community that younger students are less likely to contract the virus.
Gov. Charlie Baker Discusses Plan To Get Kids Back Into SchoolGov. Charlie Baker said there is no substitute for in-person learning, especially for young kids.
Final Steel Beam Set For New $125 Million Boston Arts AcademyWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Massachusetts Wants All Elementary School Students Learning In Person By AprilWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
4 Your Community: Positive Coaching Alliance Celebrates New England Revolution PresidentBeth O’Neill Maloney of the Positive Coaching Alliance joins Sarah Wroblewski.
Westminster Police Officer Rolls Over Cruiser Trying To Catch Speeding DriverWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Details Emerge On Johnny Damon's DUI ArrestNew details have been released regarding Johnny Damon's drunk driving arrest in Florida last week, with his wife also being arrested for battery on an officer.
Boston Calling Cancels 2021 Music FestivalWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
State Police Identify Man Killed In Uxbridge CrashPolice said the car went airborne after hitting the guard rail.
Prison Reform Activist Discusses Changes For A More Successful ReintegrationPrison reform activist Conan Harris spoke with WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben.
Natick Mall COVID Vaccine Site Opens By Appointment OnlyWBZ TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
‘Like Our Baby Was Just Born On Mars’: WPI President Laurie Leshin Discusses Perseverance Rover LandingLaurie Leshin, President of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, discusses the successful landing of the Mars Perseverance Rover and her past work with NASA.
Live Q&A With Sec. Marylou Sudders On COVID Vaccine Shipments, Website ChangesPaula Ebben speaks with Sec. Sudders one day after the COVID vaccine appointment website crashed.
'Great News': Sec. Sudders Update On Critical Shipment Of COVID Vaccines Arriving In MassachusettsA critical shipment of COVID vaccines has arrived in Massachusetts after fears of a prolonged delay.
TSA To Hire More Than 6,000 New Officers By The SummerAs coronavirus cases and deaths drop nationwide and more people get vaccinated, the Transportation Security Administration is preparing for a summer that will likely see more air travel.
John F. Kennedy's Harvard Sweater Auctioned Off For More Than $85,000The sweater was auctioned by RR Auction in Boston.
Boston Pride 2021 Parade Postponed Due To PandemicFor a second year in a row, there won’t be a Boston Pride Parade and Festival in June due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'My Hair's On Fire': Gov. Baker Furious About Massachusetts COVID Vaccine Appointment Website IssuesThe state’s vaccine website crashed Thursday morning just as about 1 million more Massachusetts residents became eligible to book an appointment for their shot. In an interview with WGBH, Baker said, “I can’t even begin to tell you how pissed off I am.”
Gov. Baker: Mass. National Guard May Help Transport COVID Vaccines Delayed By WeatherBaker said he may call the Massachusetts National Guard to help transport coronavirus vaccines that are being delayed by winter weather. Severe weather across the country is expected to cause widespread delays in vaccine shipments.
Massachusetts COVID Vaccine Appointment Website Is Running Again After Crashing Thursday MorningAppointments at mass vaccination sites are now available after the state’s vaccine website crashed Thursday morning. This came as just about 1 million more Massachusetts residents became eligible to book an appointment for their shot.
Massachusetts COVID Vaccine Website Crashes As 65+ Become Eligible To Make AppointmentsWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Boston Barber Recovering From Open-Heart Surgerty After Freak AccidentBoston barber Steve Silva accidentally stabbed himself with his shears while cutting someone's hair.
Medical Release Approved For Former Whitey Bulger FBI Handler John ConnolloyJohn Connolly has been approved for medical release from a Florida prison.
COVID Vaccinations Opening To Mass. Residents 65 And OlderPeople 65 and older and those with two or more eligible medical conditions will be among 1 million Massachusetts residents eligible to make COVID vaccine appointments beginning on Thursday, the state announced. CBSN Boston's Breana Pitts has the latest.

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