• Here's why Women's History Month is in March By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    HERE'S WHY WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH IS IN MARCH

    Read on for more interesting facts about why we celebrate women this month.

  • Here's how many towels you should actually own By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    HERE'S HOW MANY TOWELS YOU SHOULD ACTUALLY OWN

    An internet debate is making people ask: How many towels is the "right" number?

  • Easy activities to keep your kids entertained By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    EASY ACTIVITIES TO KEEP YOUR KIDS ENTERTAINED

    Summer is coming, parents.

    Entertainment
  • Hundreds rally against planned 600-foot tower on Boston waterfront By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    HUNDREDS RALLY AGAINST PLANNED 600-FOOT TOWER ON BOSTON WATERFRONT

    A capacity crowd filled a meeting room Thursday night for a proposed structure many with a collective interest in Boston's waterfront...

  • Here's how Mass. is dealing with Coronavirus By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    HERE'S HOW MASS. IS DEALING WITH CORONAVIRUS

    State health officials were quick to reassure the public on Thursday that the risk of widespread transmission remained low.

    Health
  • Push for red-light cameras in Mass. hits roadblock By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    PUSH FOR RED-LIGHT CAMERAS IN MASS. HITS ROADBLOCK

    The bill would allow cities and towns to install automated intersection and school-bus cameras that photograph vehicles committing...

  • Someone You Should Know: Louis Horner By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW: LOUIS HORNER

    Maria Stephanos introduces us to Louis Horner, who has lived a life filled with incredible accomplishments.

  • Dentist returns smile to Massachusetts Army veteran By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    DENTIST RETURNS SMILE TO MASSACHUSETTS ARMY VETERAN

    At a recent visit to Mint Dental in Franklin, Jeff Bowditch expressed his deep gratitude to his dentist, Dr. Olga Krikunenko.

  • Inmate left bloodied after encounter with officers By WCVB   -   Feb 28, 2020

    INMATE LEFT BLOODIED AFTER ENCOUNTER WITH OFFICERS

    The reports from the correction officers at the state prison in Concord are in agreement about the force used against inmate Camilo...

  • Inmate left bloodied after encounter with correction officers By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    INMATE LEFT BLOODIED AFTER ENCOUNTER WITH CORRECTION OFFICERS

    The correction officers, in their reports, say the inmate was the aggressor, attacking them with a pen.

  • High 5: Framingham High School's Sophie Albright By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    HIGH 5: FRAMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL'S SOPHIE ALBRIGHT

    Framingham High junior Sophie Albright won the Massachusetts high jump title and was also part of a title winning cheerleading squad.

  • PAX East in full swing despite Coronavirus worries By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    PAX EAST IN FULL SWING DESPITE CORONAVIRUS WORRIES

    People from across the country are in Boston this weekend for the annual PAX East convention, the largest gaming convention in North...

  • Boston hospital offers less invasive option for heart valve replacement By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    BOSTON HOSPITAL OFFERS LESS INVASIVE OPTION FOR HEART VALVE REPLACEMENT

    Boston doctors are using a new technique to treat heart failure. Until recently, it was only used in the sickest of patients. But research...

  • UMass Amherst/WCVB Poll: Who African-American voters think can beat Trump By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    UMASS AMHERST/WCVB POLL: WHO AFRICAN-AMERICAN VOTERS THINK CAN BEAT TRUMP

    With African American voters expected to be key in determining who wins the Democratic presidential nomination, an exclusive UMass...

    Democrats
  • Mass. election officials reported 'outside activity' to DHS By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    MASS. ELECTION OFFICIALS REPORTED 'OUTSIDE ACTIVITY' TO DHS

    Ahead of Super Tuesday, Massachusetts' top election official revealed he has referred at least one suspicious internet traffic incident...

    Election
  • Gov. Baker: State is preparing for possible virus outbreak By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    GOV. BAKER: STATE IS PREPARING FOR POSSIBLE VIRUS OUTBREAK

    Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday he will release a plan next week on steps Massachusetts is taking to prepare for a possible outbreak...

    World
  • How 'the fixers' jumped in when Red Line train derailed By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    HOW 'THE FIXERS' JUMPED IN WHEN RED LINE TRAIN DERAILED

    Smoke in an MBTA station, a broken-down train car, mechanical problems - you name it. Who do you call? The MBTA's Operation Control...

  • 1 person dies in garage fire By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    1 PERSON DIES IN GARAGE FIRE

    One person died Thursday when a fire broke out in a home in Oxford, state officials said.

  • Dow Jones, S&P 500 experience worst ever one day point drop By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    DOW JONES, S&P 500 EXPERIENCE WORST EVER ONE DAY POINT DROP

    Brad Wright, the director of the New England Financial Planning Group, explains why the recent drop could be a buying opportunity for...

  • Crash involving school bus along Route 1A in Walpole By WCVB   -   Feb 27, 2020

    CRASH INVOLVING SCHOOL BUS ALONG ROUTE 1A IN WALPOLE

    First responders at the scene said crash involved a special needs school bus and another vehicle.