How Does COVID-19 Pool Testing Work?Massachusetts schools will soon get COVID-19 pool testing. Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders explained how it worked Friday.
Baker Announces New Weekly COVID-19 Pool Testing Program For SchoolsThe governor said the testing should help get more students back in classrooms.
Study Finds Massachusetts Was Among Most 'Moved From' States In 2020More people packed up and got out of Massachusetts last year than those who moved in, according to a new study from a moving company. The Bay State is No. 8 on United Van Lines’ “Most Moved From States In 2020” list. Katie Johnston reports.
Boston Hospital Trial Will Study Vitamin D's Effectiveness Against CoronavirusA trial at Brigham and Women’s Hospital will study a “promising approach” to treating the coronavirus: taking Vitamin D. Katie Johnston reports.
State Upgrades COVID Vaccine Priority For Individuals Aged 75 And OlderThe change impacts about 170,000 people.
Raw Video: Leonardo DiCaprio Shoots Scene For Netflix Movie 'Don't Look Up' In BostonLeonardo DiCaprio shot a scene for his upcoming Netflix movie "Don't Look Up" in Boston Monday afternoon.
Gov. Baker Hopes 'Electors Do The Right Thing' Amid Push Back From TrumpGov. Charlie Baker said politicians on the federal level should be focused on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Massachusetts To Open 60 COVID Vaccination Sites For First RespondersGov. Charlie Baker said the vaccine will help protect first responders, who put their lives at risk daily.
Gov. Baker Announces New Interactive COVID DashboardThe COVID-19 dashboard has been updated to be more user-friendly.
Boston Police Commissioner On 11-Year-Old Boy Attacked By Dog In DorchesterA Boston Police Officer saved an 11-year-old boy who was being attacked by a pit bull in Dorchester Wednesday afternoon. The boy was rushed into surgery.
COVID Hospitalizations In Massachusetts Up 129% In Last MonthSecretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders said hospitalizations due to coronavirus have jumped 129-percent in just the last month.
Baker Says Vaccine Rollout 'Lumpy And Bumpy' But 'It's Moving Forward'Gov. Charlie Baker admitted Wednesday the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been "lumpy and bumpy" in Massachusetts.
Patriots, Revolution Donate Masks And Hand Sanitizer To MBTAIn an effort to keep riders safe, the Patriots, Revolution and Patriot Place donated 2,500 masks and 5,000 bottles of hand sanitizer for the MBTA to distribute.
Plymouth Police Chief: Officer Shot And Killed His K-9 After His Dog Attacked HimPlymouth Police Chief Michael Botieri provided details about an incident on Tuesday in which an officer shot his K-9 after it attacked him.
Gov. Baker Says Santa Has 'A Travel Form' And Is 'Good In Every Community'Despite the pandemic, Gov. Charlie Baker assured everyone that Santa will be healthy and ready to go to do deliver presents on Christmas, saying "he gets tested on a pretty regular basis".
Gov. Baker Announces $668 Million Relief Plan To Aid Small Businesses Amid COVID-19In his press conference on Wednesday, Gov. Charlie Baker said, "This money will go to restaurants, retailers, and other businesses that have been hit hard by COVID."
Gov. Baker Announces Additional COVID-19 Restrictions To Begin After ChristmasMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker provided an update on the state's coronavirus response.
'Outrageous': Gov. Sununu Says Congress 'Cutting The Line' To Get COVID VaccineNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said it is “outrageous” and “insulting” that members of Congress are “cutting the line” to receive the coronavirus vaccine. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Baker On 1,009 Mass. Students Testing Positive For COVID Over The Last WeekDespite over 1,000 students tested positive for COVID across Massachusetts schools over the last week, Gov. Charlie Baker said the cases are only "a fraction of the positivity rates you see in the communities and across the Commonwealth in general."
Gov. Baker Says Public Vaccinations For Healthcare Workers Are 'More Meaningful' Than One For HimIn his press conference on Friday, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker spoke about how televised vaccinations of health care workers are more important for the public to see than a possible public vaccination for him.
Gov. Baker Says 'It's Not Clear' Why Mass. Will Get Fewer Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine Next WeekAfter it was announced Massachusetts would get fewer doses of Pfizer's COVID vaccine next week, Gov. Charlie Baker said, “At this time, it’s not clear to us why the shipment amounts have been adjusted."
JCPenney Closing More Stores, Including One In MassachusettsJCPenney is closing more stores in the coming months, including one in Massachusetts. A company spokeswoman confirmed to WBZ-TV that its Sturbridge location will soon be shutting its doors. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Skier Spins Down Beacon Hill Street During Nor'easterA skier took to the streets in Beacon Hill during the nor'easter. (Video credit Zach Cain)
Snow Cleanup Could Be Slower Than Usual Due To Driver Shortage Caused By COVIDMassachusetts Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack said there is a shortage of plow drivers due to the coronavirus.