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Police Get Call About Teens Playing Basketball In Dark, Use Cruisers To Light Up CourtPolice in Millbury responded to Washington Street Park Thursday night for a report of young people playing basketball in the dark. But instead of shutting the game down, officers joined in. Katie Johnston reports
Boston-Based General Electric Suffers Worst Stock Drop In 11 YearsGeneral Electric fought back Thursday night after the company was accused of fraud and its stock experienced its worst one-day percentage drop since April 2008. Katie Johnston reports
Two Species Of Bees Have Been Recommended For Endangered StatusThe Division of Fisheries and Wildlife is updating its list of endangered, threatened and special concern species. The list changes based on knowledge of the status of birds, bees and plants, and the state’s understanding of habitat requirements. Katie Johnston reports
This Week On Centro: Local Boxer With A Very Promising FutureVictor Reynoso became a professional boxer just last year and his record says it all - 5 wins by way of KO's and 0 losses.
Raw Video: MBTA Ferry Runs Aground In Boston HarborVideo from passenger John Silva shows foggy conditions where an MBTA ferry ran aground in Boston Harbor.
Utility In Merrimack Valley Explosions Completes Next Phase Of RestorationThe utility involved in a series of natural gas explosions in the Merrimack Valley region of Massachusetts nearly a year ago says it has mostly completed the second phase of restoration. Katie Johnston reports.
Vets Shocked By Condition Of Dog Found Severely EmaciatedA severely emaciated dog is recovering at MSPCA-Angell after what veterinarians are calling a sickening case of animal cruelty. Two people found the pit bull mix that has been named “Glitch” in Canton last month near the Massasoit Community College campus, and he weighed only 15 pounds when he arrived at the Angell Animal Medical Center. That’s 35 pounds less than a dog his age should weigh. He was also hypothermic in spite of the summer heat. Katie Johnston reports
Manchester Man Charged With Recording Women In Bathroom Stalls At Mall Of NHA Manchester, New Hampshire man has been arrested and charged with recording women in bathroom stalls at the Mall of New Hampshire. Katie Johnston reports.
Ford Recall: Fusion, Lincoln MKZ Cars May Have Seat Belt ProblemFord is recalling over 108,000 midsize cars in North America to fix a problem that could stop the seat belts from holding people in a crash. Katie Johnston reports.

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Qdoba Faces Over $400,000 In Fines For Hundreds Of Alleged Child Labor Law ViolationsQdoba is facing $409,400 in penalties for over 1,000 labor law violations in Massachusetts, Attorney General Maura Healey said Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Health Insurers Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts Agree To MergeTwo of the state’s largest health insurers are planning to merge. Katie Johnston reports.
Salem Teacher Dies In Fall At Vermont Horse Jumping CompetitionA Vermont horse organization says a Massachusetts woman died after she was injured in a fall from her horse while warming up for a jumping competition in the town of Woodstock. Katie Johnston reports.
Dog Owners Warned To Stay Away From Blue-Green Algae Blooms In Mass.There’s a warning for dog owners in Massachusetts about cyanobacteria in bodies of water around the state. This comes days after a North Carolina woman said three of her dogs died after swimming in a pond filled with toxic blue-green algae. Katie Johnston reports.
Trump Says It’s ‘Terrific’ That Curt Schilling Is Considering A Run For Congress In ArizonaIt looks like President Donald Trump is on board with a possible run for Congress by Curt Schilling. The former Boston Red Sox pitcher has recently talked about running for election in his native state of Arizona. Katie Johnston reports.
Massachusetts To Sue Trump Administration Over Rollback Of Endangered Species ActMassachusetts and California say they’ll go to court to fight the Trump administration’s overhaul of the Endangered Species Act. Katie Johnston reports.
Classic ‘Friends’ Episodes Are Coming To Theaters For Show’s 25th AnniversaryFans of “Friends” have a chance to watch Rachel, Ross, Joey, Monica, Chandler and Phoebe on the big screen this fall. Katie Johnston reports.
Ban Proposed On Coyote Hunting Contests In MassachusettsMotivated by public outcry, the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has recommended banning hunting contests for coyotes. Katie Johnston reports.
Vaping Linked To Marijuana Use In Young People, Study FindsYoung people who vape are more likely to use marijuana, according to a study published Monday. The findings, researchers say, support the theory that nicotine rewires the developing brain, changing how people respond to and crave addictive substances. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw Video: Boaters Have Close Encounter With Shark Off ProvincetownBoaters passed right over a shark several miles off Provincetown. Video credit: Mallory Fey.
Gillette Stadium GuideBefore you head out to Gillette Stadium to see the New England Patriots, check out our guide to transportation, parking, tailgating, and bag policies. Katie Johnston reports.
What A Week: Walsh Aides Convicted; Trump Response To Mass Shootings; Joe Biden's CampaignWBZ's Chris McKinnon and Jon Keller discuss the conviction of two of Mayor Walsh's aides, the president's response to mass shootings in Texas and Ohio and Joe Biden's presidential campaign.
Gov. Baker On Massachusetts Traffic ReportMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker discusses a new report on traffic in the state.
Centro Preview: Free Salsa ConcertsWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo will talk with music artist and dance instructor Edwin Pabonthis week.
8-Year-Old Pulls Gun From Lake Winnipesauke While On VacationPolice are reminding parents to talk to children about firearm safety after a vacationing 8-year-old found a gun at the bottom of Lake Winnipesaukee. Katie Johnston reports.
Reporter Update: MBTA Green Line D Train Derails In NewtonWBZ's Anna Meiler reports.
Raw Video: Police Search For Philadelphia Murder Suspect In Harvard SquareState and local police searched Harvard Square Tuesday afternoon for a man wanted in a murder in Philadelphia. He was captured.
NH Woman Used ‘Vampire Blood’ In Attempt To Pin Staged Attack On NeighborNew Hampshire police say a woman used fake “vampire blood” and makeup as she staged an attack and claimed her neighbor assaulted her. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw Video: Fog Engulfs Boston Skyscrapers At SunriseThick fog rolled into downtown Boston early Tuesday morning, covering up the old Hancock Tower and the Prudential Tower.
UMass Tuition Jumps 2.5% - About $369 - For 2019-20 Academic YearUniversity of Massachusetts students will see a 2.5% increase in tuition for the 2019-20 year, amounting to an average of $359 per in-state undergraduate. Katie Johnston reports.

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