A New Hampshire man apparently did not take kindly to a neighbor's request for him to turn down his music. Manchester police said a 47-year-old grabbed a sword and chased the man who knocked on his door Monday evening. Katie Johnston reports.
Bill Belichick, Cam Newton And The Patriots Tackle A Strange Training CampWBZ-TV’s Levan Reid talks about the Patriots’ transition from Tom Brady to Cam Newton and other storylines from a training camp limited by coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
AOC Offers To Release BU Transcripts After President Trump Calls Her 'Poor Student'New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez offered to put her college transcripts from Boston University up against President Donald Trump’s academic credentials as part of the latest clash between the two politicians. Katie Johnston reports.
20 Cats, 1 Dog Rescued From 'Unlivable' Brighton HomeNearly two dozen animals are now in the care of the MSPCA after being surrendered from a home in Brighton. Authorities described that home as “unlivable.” Katie Johnston reports.
No Decision Yet, But Boston Schools Preparing For Hybrid And Remote LearningBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said no final decision has been made yet on how schools will reopen next month, but they're preparing for hybrid and remote.
Piping Plover Chick Taken From Rhode Island Beach DiesA piping plover chick taken by vacationers from a Rhode Island beach died at a wildlife center on Cape Cod, despite efforts to save it. Katie Johnston reports.
Massachusetts Releases New Map Ranking Coronavirus Cases In Every TownGov. Charlie Baker announced the new color coded ranking system Monday.
Laptop Catches Fire While Charging On Mattress In Falmouth HomeFirefighters are warning people to be careful where they leave their laptops after a computer caught fire on a mattress in Falmouth last week. Katie Johnston reports.
Baker Against Schools Starting All Remote, Says Facts Don't Support ItMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said the current cornavirus data does not support schools opening all remote in the fall.
Secretary Sudders Explains Efforts To Expand Coronavirus Testing In MassachusettsThe Stop The Spread Initiative has been providing free coronavirus testing to residents in 17 communities.
Secretary Sudders: 7-Day Average For Positive Test Rate Is 2.1%, Up From Lowest Point On July 14Secretary Marylou Sudders said hospitalizations are also on the rise.
Gov. Baker Announces Creation Of COVID Enforcement And Intervention TeamThe team is in charge of ramping up enforcement of coronavirus restrictions.
Gov. Baker Reduces Limit Of Outdoor Gatherings To 50 PeopleGov. Baker said indoor limit will remain at 25 people.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Baker 'Indefinitely Postpones' Step 2 Of Phase 3Gov. Charlie Baker said the uptick in cases means the state can not move forward now or anytime in the near future.
Hasbro Removing Trolls Doll From Stores; Petition Says Button Is Inappropriately PlacedPawtucket, Rhode Island-based Hasbro says it is pulling a Trolls doll from store shelves after a petition with over 250,000 signatures accused the toymaker of promoting child abuse by placing a button on the doll's "private area under her skirt." Katie Johnston reports.
LOOK: Man Says He's Meeting 2 Friends For A Drink At Plymouth Restaurant, Leaves Behind Unforgettable MessageA patriotic gesture at a Massachusetts restaurant is going viral. The CabbyShack in Plymouth shared a photo on Facebook Sunday night that serves as a reminder of the sacrifices members of the United States military have made for freedom. Katie Johnston reports.
Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Death Sentenced OverturnedA federal appeals court has overturned Tsarnaev's death sentence.
Antonio Brown Suspended For Eight Games By NFLThe wide receiver has been suspended for eight games for “multiple violations” of the league’s personal conduct policy. The suspension will begin in Week 1, regardless of whether or not he’s employed by a team at that point. Katie Johnston reports.
Boston Schools Superintendent: Students Will Only Return To Classroom If It's SafeBoston schools superintendent Brenda Cassellius talks about safely reopening classrooms.
Mayor Walsh: Boston Focused On Hybrid Learning Model For School ReopeningBoston schools will not start with fully in-person learning this fall, Mayor Walsh says.
Mayor Walsh: Boston Doing 'Incredibly Well' In Fight Against CoronavirusMayor Marty Walsh highlights Boston's low coronavirus numbers compared to the rest of the United States.
Kanye West Won't Appear On Massachusetts Presidential BallotRapper Kanye West won't appear on the Massachusetts presidential ballot this fall, according to the office of Secretary of State William Galvin. Katie Johnston reports.
Baker: 'Critically Important' That November Election Happen As ScheduledThe governor answered a question on the November election hours after the president suggested that it should be delayed.
Baker: 400 Packages Of Mystery Seeds Have Been Sent To MassachusettsGov. Charlie Baker urged anyone who gets unsolicited packages of seeds in the mail not to plant them, but report it to the Department of Agriculture.
'Jeopardy!' And 'Wheel Of Fortune' To Resume Production With Safety Measures In PlaceTwo of America's favorite game shows are set to start filming new episodes. "Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune," like much of Hollywood, had paused production because of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.