• Mass. VFW Honor Guard to participate in virtual Inauguration Day parade By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    MASS. VFW HONOR GUARD TO PARTICIPATE IN VIRTUAL INAUGURATION DAY PARADE

    A local group of military veterans will be representing Massachusetts in this year's virtual celebration of the presidential inauguration.

  • Massachusetts, rest of US on alert for inauguration violence By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    MASSACHUSETTS, REST OF US ON ALERT FOR INAUGURATION VIOLENCE

    Barricades up and windows have been reinforced at the Massachusetts State House, while police and National Guard troops are staged...

  • Video: Temps will continue to drop throughout week By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    VIDEO: TEMPS WILL CONTINUE TO DROP THROUGHOUT WEEK

    We will be getting some colder air in the region, but temperatures will be close to average for January.

  • Former Bruin, NHL trailblazer celebrated by league with helmet decals By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    FORMER BRUIN, NHL TRAILBLAZER CELEBRATED BY LEAGUE WITH HELMET DECALS

    Fittingly, this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day marked the 63rd anniversary of Willie O'Ree breaking the NHL's color barrier with...

    NHL
  • Powerball jackpot rises to $730 million; Mega Millions hits $850 million By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    POWERBALL JACKPOT RISES TO $730 MILLION; MEGA MILLIONS HITS $850 MILLION

    What would you do with the winnings?

  • Bruins fall to Islanders in last game of season-opening road trip By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    BRUINS FALL TO ISLANDERS IN LAST GAME OF SEASON-OPENING ROAD TRIP

    Boston was shut out and surrendered a late third-period goal in the loss.

  • Josh McDaniels among top candidates to become Eagles head coach, ESPN reports By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    JOSH MCDANIELS AMONG TOP CANDIDATES TO BECOME EAGLES HEAD COACH, ESPN REPORTS

    The Patriots offensive coordinator is reportedly a "prime candidate" to become the next head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.

  • Video: Sunny, colder days ahead By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    VIDEO: SUNNY, COLDER DAYS AHEAD

    Harvey Leonard has a look at the forecast for the week ahead, which features abundant sunshine but colder temperatures.

  • Rallies for social justice held in Boston on MLK Day By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    RALLIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE HELD IN BOSTON ON MLK DAY

    More than 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr.'s death, organizers of the demonstrations say his dream of racial equality is far from...

  • Hospital capacity eyed closely as COVID-19 cases help fill beds By WCVB   -   Jan 19, 2021

    HOSPITAL CAPACITY EYED CLOSELY AS COVID-19 CASES HELP FILL BEDS

    Finding beds for people isn't really the challenge. It's finding the people to take care of all these patients.

  • Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebrated throughout Mass By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    LEGACY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. CELEBRATED THROUGHOUT MASS

    On Monday, the nation honored the civil rights champion, whose message of non-violence and love is needed now more than ever.

  • Vaccinations in full swing at Gillette Stadium amid arrival of COVID-19 variant By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    VACCINATIONS IN FULL SWING AT GILLETTE STADIUM AMID ARRIVAL OF COVID-19 VARIANT

    As we brace for a more contagious strain of the coronavirus here in Massachusetts, the vaccine rollout presses on.

  • More contagious COVID-19 strain found in Mass By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    MORE CONTAGIOUS COVID-19 STRAIN FOUND IN MASS

    Dr. Rob Duncan, an infectious disease specialist at Lahey Hospital in Burlington, explains how the new strain could impact us in New...

  • Mass. police, national guard on standby amid US Capitol inauguration concerns By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    MASS. POLICE, NATIONAL GUARD ON STANDBY AMID US CAPITOL INAUGURATION CONCERNS

    Outside the Massachusetts State House on Monday, about a dozen police officers and state troopers guarded the area while dozens of...

  • Mass. woman builds business on handcrafted, artisan sea salt By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    MASS. WOMAN BUILDS BUSINESS ON HANDCRAFTED, ARTISAN SEA SALT

    The local resource was one of the driving forces of the Bay State economy several hundred years ago.

    Economy
  • Surveillance video captures car hitting skateboarder By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    SURVEILLANCE VIDEO CAPTURES CAR HITTING SKATEBOARDER

    The video shows the young victim head to a sidewalk. It then shows the driver of the vehicle, who never gets out to check on the condition...

  • Mass. surpasses 450,000 total COVID-19 cases since start of pandemic By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    MASS. SURPASSES 450,000 TOTAL COVID-19 CASES SINCE START OF PANDEMIC

    The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has released the latest COVID-19 case numbers for the state.

    Health
  • Mother pushing to find hit-and-run driver that injured daughter By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    MOTHER PUSHING TO FIND HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER THAT INJURED DAUGHTER

    The mother is hoping surveillance video will help locate a driver who struck her teenage daughter and left the scene of the crash.

    Running
  • Mass. police, National Guard on standby ahead of inauguration By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    MASS. POLICE, NATIONAL GUARD ON STANDBY AHEAD OF INAUGURATION

    There were no known threats in Massachusetts to the State House or any other government target, but law enforcement agencies remain...

  • Hundreds of Mass. students honor MLK with service to community By WCVB   -   Jan 18, 2021

    HUNDREDS OF MASS. STUDENTS HONOR MLK WITH SERVICE TO COMMUNITY

    More than 200 hundred high school and college-age students are fanning out all across Massachusetts to honor Dr. Martin Luther King,...