Mikayla Miller's mother called for an independent investigation into the Hopkinton teen's death. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.

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WBZ Evening News Update For June 17Parent and two children rescued from rip current off Salisbury Beach; Wayland Police trying to find man who may have tried to lure girl into his car; Sales tax holiday scheduled for August 14 & 15; Latest weather forecast.
5 Ducklings Rescued From Storm Drain In RocklandThe ducklings were rescued by Rockland firefighters on Thursday after they fell into a storm drain.
New England Revolution Back In Action After 3-Week BreakThe first place Revolution will be back in action Saturday night, the start of a busy — and key — stretch to the season. Starting Saturday night in New York, New England will play three matches in nine days. WBZ-TV's Levan Reid reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For June 17Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
Museum Of Fine Arts To Celebrate Juneteenth With Outdoor Programs & ActivitiesOn Saturday, the MFA is holding a day of outdoor programs and activities to celebrate Juneteenth and to honor the city’s black artists and creative voices. WBZ-TV's Rachel Holt reports.
Sand Sculpture Competition Returns To Hampton BeachA signature summer event is back at Hampton Beach.
US Putting $3.2 Billion Towards Developing Anti-Viral Pills To Treat COVID-19The medication would be used to treat patients after they have been infected.
Passengers at Logan Airport Frustrated Over Limited, Expensive ParkingWBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Family Says Amherst Teen Died After 'Blackout Challenge'Nate Squires died this week from injuries suffered from the "blackout challenge" according his aunt.
Intermittent Fasting May Not Be As Effective As Calorie-Restricted DietA new study suggests intermittent fasting is no magic bullet for shedding pounds. WBZ-TV's Mallika Marshall has more on this study.
Wayland Police Search For Man Who Allegedly Asked Girl To Get In CarPolice in Wayland are searching for a man who allegedly stopped and asked a girl if she wanted to get into his car.
Study: Regular Exercising During Middle Age Years Leads To Big Health Care Savings After RetirementNewcastle University researches found people who start to exercise before or during middle age typically save from $800 to $1,000 annually on health care costs after retirement. WBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall has more on this study.
Massachusetts Reports 82 New COVID Cases, 3 Additional DeathsAs of Thursday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 0.40%.
Jury Begins Deliberating In Trial Of Marine Reservist Charged In Death Of Emerson College Student Daniel HollisA jury will now decide the fate a Marine reservist who is accused of killing Emerson College student Daniel Hollis.
Victim Of Domestic Violence Says Mansfield Police Program Saved Her LifeThe Mansfield Police Department is taking a different approach when officers respond to domestic violence situations. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
Funeral Service To Be Held At Gillette Stadium For Slain Braintree Police K-9 KittA funeral service will be held at Gillette Stadium for Kitt, a police K-9 killed while Braintree officers exchanged gunfire with a suspect.
'Senseless Tragedy': Pedro Nieves Arrested Months After Crash That Killed Lawrence WomanThe driver police say was behind the wheel in an April crash in Lawrence that killed 24-year-old Gabriela Hernandez has been arrested. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
Mother Outraged Over Yearbook Message Of Support For Son’s Alleged KillerAs if the pain of losing her son to a shooting wasn't enough, a mother is feeling the wound reopened with a Dracut High School yearbook post. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Parent, Children Rescued From Rip Tide At Salisbury BeachMultiple people, including two children, were rescued Thursday afternoon from strong rip currents at Salisbury Beach.
It Happens Here: Audubon Nature Center In MattapanThe kids at the Boston Nature Center in Mattapan learn about birds, trees, bees, weeds and just about everything having to do with nature.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Outlines Plans To Make Repairs to Veterans Affairs HospitalButtigieg spoke with CBSN Boston's Paula Ebben about the importance in infrastructure spending towards VA hospitals.
Massachusetts Sales Tax Holiday Weekend Set For August 14 & 15It's a date many shoppers have marked on their calendars as a time to buy big-ticket items without having to pay the state's 6.25% sales tax.
Pedro Nieves Arrested Months After Crash That Killed Lawrence WomanThe driver police say was behind the wheel in an April crash in Lawrence that killed 24-year-old Gabriela Hernandez was ordered held without after his Thursday arrest.
WBZ News Update For June 17Paula Ebben and Jacob Wycoff have your latest news and weather headlines.

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