Gov. Baker says the state is trying to maintain clinician-patient relationships after flooding shut down Norwood Hospital.
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Baker: State Trying To Find Places For Norwood Hospital CliniciansGov. Baker says the state is trying to maintain clinician-patient relationships after flooding shut down Norwood Hospital.
Keller @ Large: Black Economic Council Executive Director Disputes President Trump's Economic BoastsWBZ-TV political analyst is joined by Segun Idowu, executive director of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts.
Keller @ Large: Support To Black Causes From Corporate America 'Something We Haven't Seen Before'WBZ-TV political analyst is joined by Segun Idowu, executive director of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts.
Boston City Council Passes New Budget With 8-5 VoteThe Boston City Council passed a budget that will remove some money from police, but not as much activists want. WBZ-TV's Beth Germano reports.
Elizabeth Warren Is Top Choice For Joe Biden's VP Pick, According To Poll Of College StudentsThe senator from Massachusetts is the leading choice in a survey of college students.
26 Massachusetts Cities Call On State To Preserve School FundingWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
Keller @ Large: 'Uncertainty And Unpredictability' Of Coronavirus Concerning For EconomyWBZ-TV's Jon Keller talks to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
Keller @ Large: Boston Mayor Marty Walsh 'Advised Against' BPD Commissioner's Meeting With AG BarrWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
Local Trump Supporters Celebrate Tulsa Rally, Listen For His Response To COVID-19WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
Walsh Advised Against Boston Police Commissioner Meeting With Attorney General BarrBoston Mayor Marty Walsh told WBZ-TV Friday he advised against the Boston Police Commissioner's meeting with Attorney General William Barr.
Walsh Advised Against Police Commissioner Meeting With Attorney General BarrWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Massachusetts Reopening: Indoor Dining, Nail Salons Return Monday, Phase 3 No Earlier Than July 6WBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
Jean Kennedy Smith, Sister Of JFK, Dies At 92WBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Holmes: Days Of Not Getting A Police Badge Number Are OverMass. Rep. Russell Holmes said he's sick and tired of hearing people say they asked for a police officer's badge number and never got it.
Baker Police Reform Bill Would Require Officers Be Certified In MassachusettsGov. Charlie Baker announced legislation he wants passed by July 31 that would require police to be certified in Massachusetts for the first time in the state's history.
North Andover Holds Town Meeting On High School Football FieldWBZ TV's Liam Martin reports.
Keller @ Large: Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis Says 'Small Percentage' Of Racism In DepartmentsWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to security analyst and former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis.
Boston Police Commissioner Says Officers' Responsibilities Should Be Spread OutBoston Police Commissioner William Gross says his police officers are wearing too many hats and they need help.
Walsh Wants 20% Of Boston Police Overtime Budget Moved To Community ProgramsMayor Marty Walsh declared racism a public health emergency in Boston Friday.
Walsh: $3 Million From Boston Police OT Going To Public Health Commssion To Fight RacismBoston Mayor Marty Walsh declared racism a public health crisis in the city of Boston Friday.
Top White House Official To Join Baker In Boston For Beth Israel TourWBZ TV's Anna Meiler reports.
New Hampshire Lawmakers Back In Session At UNH Hockey Arena To Allow For Social DistancingLawmakers also had to get their temperatures taken before they could enter the building.
Baker: More Accountability, Transparency Needed With PoliceGov. Charlie Baker said Thursday there needs to be more transparency and accountability around law enforcement in Massachusetts.
Baker Expects To File Bill On Certification Of Police ShortlyGov. Charlie Baker confirmed Thursday he is working on legislation to create a certification process for police in Massachusetts