State calls for elementary schools to fully return to the classroom by April; Governor Baker said to stay tuned when asked about fans returning to stadiums; State Representative Jon Santiago will run for mayor of Boston; Latest forecast.
Massachusetts Reports 1,734 New COVID Cases, 46 Additional DeathsAs of Friday, the seven-day positivity rate sits at 1.90%.
CDC Head Says Massachusetts, Other States Shouldn't Relax Restrictions YetDr. Rochelle Walensky told reporters Friday the CDC is looking at data that COVID-19 cases have been increasing the past three days.
Fenway Businesses Banking On Big Boost From Red Sox FansGov. Baker’s decision to allow fans in the stands at large venues is a shot in the arm for the Fenway neighborhood. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Abandoned Baby Found Alive In DorchesterA witness said a baby was found inside a trash can in Dorchester. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Police Investigating After Woman Says Baby Was Found In Trash Can On Dorchester AvenueWBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Orchestra On The Hill Holds Virtual Collaboration Event On SaturdayIpswich-based Orchestra on the Hill invites the public to enjoy a special online presentation of their signature event, which is entitled Emergence. The event is free, but donations are encouraged.
Baby Found In Dorchester, Taken To HospitalBoston Police are investigating after a baby was found abandoned in Dorchester.
Reward Offered For Information On NH Man Wanted After Death Of ToddlerOfficials say the toddler died after ingesting drugs.
Del's Lemonade Plans To Open First Boston-Area Store This SpringA favorite frozen treat based in Rhode Island is coming to the Boston area. Del's Lemonade is planning to open in Arlington sometime this spring. Katie Johnston reports.
Black History Month: Kittie Knox Broke Racial And Gender Barriers In Cycling In BostonWest End Museum's Sebastian Belfani spoke to CBSN Boston's Paula Ebben about how Knox broke racial and gender barriers by entering and winning cycling races across the country.
Lowell School Committee Member Robert Hoey Resigns After Using An Anti-Semitic SlurRobert Hoey, the Lowell school committee member who used an anti-Semitic slur on local access television in referring to the District’s former Chief Financial Officer, has resigned.
Owners Of Truck Company Charged In Connection To Crash That Killed 7 MotorcyclistsWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ Midday Forecast For February 26Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
WBZ News Update For February 26Paula Ebben and Jacob Wycoff have your latest news and weather headlines.
Gov. Baker Visits Pool COVID-Testing Program Set Up In Newburyport SchoolGov. Baker said pool testing is an effective way to track COVID-19 in schools. WBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports.
East Longmeadow Students Win Regional Future City Competition For Their 'City On The Moon' DesignA team of nine students from Birchland Park Middle School won a regional competition for their design for a city on the surface of the moon.
Gov. Baker Tours Pool COVID-19 Testing Program At Newburyport SchoolGov. Charlie Baker said the pooled COVID-19 testing program for schools has been months in the making.
WBZ News Update For February 26Weekend Forecast; MA COVID Numbers; Sports Venues To Reopen To Fans; MA Moving Forward With Reopening
WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For February 26Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
To Do List: Celebrate Seuss, Virtual Wine Tasting, Ice SculpturesWBZ TV's Rachel Holt reports.
582 At Massachusetts Schools Test Positive For COVID-19 In Last 2 WeeksWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
WBZ Morning Forecast For February 26Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
Friday Marks First Anniversary Of Boston Biogen Conference Super Spreader EventWBZ TV's Liam Martin reports.
WBZ ForecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.