Gov. Baker Not Surprised Some States Want To ReopenGov. Charlie Baker says the impact of the coronavirus varies greatly from the state to state.
Gov. Baker Discusses Coronavirus Antibody TestsGov. Charlie Baker says it is critically important for the FDA take on a bigger role for coronavirus antibody testing.
Health And Human Services Secretary Announces Additional Support For Residential ProgramsSecretary Marylou Sudders said the financial support is in addition to what the services have already received.
Gov. Baker: We Are Still In The Fight Against CoronavirusGov. Charlie Baker asked residents to continue to stay home because staying home is making a difference.
Gov. Charlie Baker Discusses Coronavirus Impact On Nursing HomesNursing homes and long term care facilities have been hit especially hard by coronavirus.
Gov. Baker: Coronavirus Cases Are PlateauingGov. Baker said the decline of coronavirus will likely be slow depending on where you are in Massachusetts.
Web Extra: Neighbors Hold Drive-By Send Off To Barry BurbankSunday will mark Barry Burbank's final forecast after 42 years at WBZ-TV.
Meteorologist Barry Burbank Retiring After 42 Years At WBZA look back at meteorologist Barry Burbank's Hall of Fame career.
Gov. Charlie Baker Provides Coronavirus UpdateGov. Charlie Baker thanked Hasbro for their work creating protective shields to donate to local hospitals.
Celtics Team With Fans To Get Food To Families, Frontline WorkersThe Boston Celtics and season ticket holders are teaming up for a big assist off the court, getting food to families in need and frontline workers as part of Food For Heroes.
#ThanksBarry - For 42 Years At WBZ-TVColleagues say thanks to meteorologist Barry Burbank, who is retiring after 42 years on-air at WBZ.
42 Years Of Barry Burbank In 60 SecondsAs meteorologist Barry Burbank announces his retirement, we look back at moments from his incredible career.
Mayor Walsh Announces Restaurants Can Sell Grocery ItemsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh announces that restaurants can now sell grocery items.
Mass. DPH Commissioner Returns To Work After Suffering From CoronavirusMass. DPH Commissioner Monica Bharel speaks about her experience having the coronavirus.
Gov. Baker On How Massachusetts Is Handling UnemploymentGov. Charlie Baker discusses how the state is handling a surge in unemployment claims.
Vermont To Issue 55 Moose Hunting Permits For October SeasonThe Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is going to be issuing 55 moose hunting permits for the October season, the department announced Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
Web Extra: MGH Doctor On Chelsea Coronavirus Case StudyWBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez interviews Dr. John Iafrate about the MGH case study in Chelsea which shows nearly a third of people had antibodies for coronavirus.
Elementary School Principal Dresses In Colorful Costumes For Virtual StorytimeAn East Boston elementary school principal is going above and beyond to keep students engaged while schools stay closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Principal Jordan Weymer at the Donald McKay K-8 School is making reading fun. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Baker Urges People With Other Health Conditions Not To Hesitate To Get Medical CareGov. Charlie Baker says people should keep getting care for non-coronavirus health conditions.
Mayor Walsh Says Immigrants Are Important To Boston, Rebuffs Trump's Immigration StoppageBoston Mayor Marty Walsh speaks on why immigrants are important to Boston.
Mayor Walsh: 'Social Distancing Is Working'Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says social distancing measures are working to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Gov. Baker On Why Massachusetts Is Considered National Coronavirus Hot SpotGov. Baker explains why Massachusetts is considered a national coronavirus hot spot.
Gov. Baker On Increasing Coronavirus Testing Through Community Health CentersGov. Charlie Baker announces a new initiative to expand coronavirus testing through community health centers.
Chihuahua Looking For New Home After Owner Dies Of CoronavirusA 5-year-old chihuahua is in need of a new home for a heartbreaking reason. Chloe was surrendered to the MSPCA-Angell’s Boston adoption center after her Brockton owner died of coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.