Museum Of Science Plans To Honor Boston Native Leonard Nimoy With 'Live Long And Prosper' SculptureThe Museum of Science is planning a lasting tribute to Boston native Leonard Nimoy. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Norfolk DA Says Suspect In Stolen Rockland Police Cruiser Chase Has DiedNorfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey briefed the media on the shooting death of a 36-year-old man after he allegedly stole a Rockland Police cruiser Friday morning.
Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey Say She Will Get COVID-19 Vaccine FridayDuring her press conference on Friday, Mayor Janey said, “I'm choosing to get the shot because vaccination is an important tool to protect ourselves, to protect our communities, and all those that we love, and to help stop the pandemic.”
Rescues Made After Car Crashes Into Westminster MarshSeveral people needed to be rescued after crashing into a marsh in Westminster Thursday morning. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Report: Patriots 'Still Sniffing' Around On Jimmy Garoppolo Trade, Not Committed To Cam NewtonBill Belichick has responded to his first losing season in 20 years by adding loads of talent up and down his roster. He might not be done -- and he might still be looking to target the most important position on the field. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Massachusetts Will Receive Around 40,000 Additional J&J Doses Next Week, Baker SaysGov. Charlie Baker said during his press conference that the state is set to receive "about 40,000 additional doses of the one dose J&J vaccine next week."
Auburn Ink Spill Spans Nearly One-Quarter MileCrews are working to clean up a large ink spill in Auburn that spans nearly a quarter of a mile. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Watch: Acting Boston Mayor's Kim Janey's Complete Inaugural addressKim Janey made history Wednesday when she was sworn in as the first woman and first Black Mayor of Boston. Here is her entire inaugural address.
Kim Janey Sworn In As Boston’s 55th Mayor In Historic City Hall CeremonyKim Janey made history Wednesday when she was sworn in as the first woman and first Black Mayor of Boston, starting a new chapter in the city.
Women In Politics: How Kim Janey’s Appointment Will Help Break Down StereotypesExecutive Director of the Cambridge-based Barbara Lee Foundation, Amanda Hunter, talks about Kim Janey’s historic appointment and how women in executive offices advances equality and representation in American politics.
Regal Prepares To Reopen Movie Theaters Next MonthRegal movie theaters are set to reopen in the United States next month. Parent company Cineworld Group said Tuesday that a limited number of theaters will open for “Godzilla vs. Kong” on April 2. Katie Johnston reports.
New Patriot Jalen Mills 'Almost Lost It' When He Met Bill BelichickNew Patriots cornerback Jalen Mills reaction upon meeting Belichick speaks to the type of figure Belichick still is in the NFL. Katie Johnston reports.
Duxbury High School Investigating Football Team's Use Of 'Highly Offensive' Play-Calling LanguageSchool officials said the Duxbury High School football team used “highly offensive language” on the field as part of a play-calling system during a recent game. Katie Johnston reports.
Live Long And Prosper: Boston Declares March 26 To Be 'Leonard Nimoy Day'Boston is paying a special tribute to actor Leonard Nimoy, who would have turned 90 years old later this month. Mayor Marty Walsh is declaring his birthday, March 26, to be "Leonard Nimoy Day" in the city. Katie Johnston reports.
Curt Schilling Moving Out Of Massachusetts, Because People Aren't Nice EnoughThe former Red Sox pitcher told USA Today that he's moving to Tennessee, citing unhappiness with the people of Massachusetts. Katie Johnston reports.
With Suspect In Custody, Middlesex DA Marian Ryan Says There Was 'No Connection' Between Random Attacks In WalthamWith a man in custody in connection to 10 random attacks in Waltham last November, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said on Thursday, “The demographics of the victims suggest that they were not in any way connected."
LeBron James Becoming Part Owner Of Red SoxThe Red Sox are welcoming a new name to their ownership group, and it's a big one: LeBron James. Katie Johnston reports.
Staples Offering Free Lamination Of COVID Vaccine CardsLooking to preserve your COVID vaccine card once you are fully vaccinated? Staples can help - for free. Katie Johnston reports.
Rep. Stephen Lynch Say Transportation Committee Is In 'Total Opposition' Of MBTA Service CutsWith the MBTA cutting 20 percent of its T service and several bus routes after receiving $1 billion in federal aid, Congressman Stephen Lynch said that he and the rest of the Transportation Committee plan to have "some hard discussions with the MBTA and with the governor."
Drew Brees' Retirement Opens Door For Tom Brady To Capture All NFL Passing RecordsFuture Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees is retiring from football. The decision, which was formally announced on Sunday, closes the book on one of the most prolific careers in NFL history. Katie Johnston reports.
New Hampshire Homeowner Restrains Stranger After Break-InA New Hampshire homeowner restrained a stranger who allegedly broke into the home and assaulted the resident. Katie Johnston reports
Boston Trombonist Skye Dearborn: 'I Feel Hopeful To Be Able To Attend Concerts'Skye Dearborn, a trombonist who performed across Boston before the pandemic, is one of the many musicians who have been affected. But with restrictions being loosened across the state, she told WBZ-TV that she is feeling more optimistic about the future.
Massachusetts Residents Have 6th-Highest Life Expectancy Across U.S.Good news, Bay Staters. Massachusetts residents have a longer average life expectancy than a large majority of the nation. Katie Johnston reports.
'Ghost Bike' In Honor Of Cyclist Killed In Cambridge Burned In FireA “ghost bike” in honor of a bicyclist killed in Cambridge was set on fire Thursday night and police are trying to find out who’s responsible. Katie Johnston reports.