New Hampshire Man Charged After Allegedly Putting Infant Daughter In Clothes Dryer, Turning It OnA New Hampshire man is accused of putting his own infant daughter in a clothes dryer and turning it on. Manchester police said the baby girl did not appear to be hurt, but 34-year-old Michael Higgins is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Katie Johnston reports.
2 Killed, 1 Hurt When NH Off-Road Vehicle Slams Into TreeTwo people were killed and another hurt Sunday night when their off-road vehicle crashed into a tree in New Hampshire. Katie Johnston reports.
U.S. News And World Report College Rankings Has Plenty Of Massachusetts Schools On 2022 ListU.S. News and World Report’s annual list of the best colleges for 2022 is out and there are several from Massachusetts. Katie Johnston reports.
White Mountains Named Best Fall Foliage Destination In USA Today PollHere's some news that will come as no surprise to New Englanders: A USA Today reader survey recently named New Hampshire's White Mountains as the "Best Destination For Fall Foliage." Katie Johnston reports.
Two Children From Bow, NH Killed In I-89 CrashTwo children from Bow, New Hampshire died in a car crash on I-89 Friday morning. First grader Gavin Ouellette and 11th grader Nicholas Ouellette were killed in the accident. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Remembering 9/11: 20 Years Later, WBZ Staff Reflect On Terror AttacksLisa Hughes, David Wade, Christina Hager, Beth Germano, Cheryl Fiandaca, and Chris Gobeille remember covering the terror attacks on September 11, 2001.
Wakefield Boy Donates Toys To Stoneham Fire Department For Kids Suffering From TraumaA nine-year-old boy from Wakefield made a big donation to the Stoneham Fire Department this week to help kids who are going through traumatic experiences. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Stone Zoo Auctioning Off Chance To Name Baby SlothThe Stone Zoo welcomed a baby sloth this summer. And one lucky person will get the chance to decide what it will be named. Geoff Petrulis reports.
'Tragic Accident': Northboro Police Lt. Brian Griffin On Tree Worker Killed After Touching Live WireLt. Brian Griffin provided an update about a tree trimmer who was killed after touching a live wire in Northboro Wednesday morning.
3 Vermont State Troopers Resign Over Fake COVID Vaccine CardsThree Vermont State Police troopers recently resigned over fraudulent COVID vaccine cards. Katie Johnston reports.
Nearly 3 Dozen Purebred Persian Cats Going Up For Adoption After SurrenderThirty-three Persian cats are set to go up for adoption on Saturday after they were surrendered from a home in Central Massachusetts. Katie Johnston reports.
Dinosaur Tracks Vandalized In Holyoke; 2 Men Charged With Archaeological ViolationsTwo men are facing charges after police said they caught them "carrying tools and slabs of rock" at the Dinosaur Footprints attraction in Holyoke. Katie Johnston reports.
The Big E Reveals New Foods For 2021, Including A Waffle Bacon Cheeseburger And Deep Fried PineappleThe Big E returns this month for the first time since the pandemic started -- and fair-goers will be welcomed with an endless menu of deep-fried and calorie-laden food offerings. Katie Johnston reports.
75 Dogs And Cats Brought Safely To Massachusetts Ahead Of Hurricane IdaWith Hurricane Ida bearing down on Louisiana, MSPCA-Angell and Northeast Animal Shelter helped evacuate 75 pets safely to Massachusetts. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw Video: Blue Angels Fly Over BostonThe U.S. Navy flight demonstration squadron was in the air over the USS Constitution at 11 a.m.
Arizona Medical Examiner Rules Hiker Angela Tramonte Of Saugus Died From Heat ExposureArizona investigators have determined the official cause of death for Angela Tramonte of Saugus was heat exposure. Katie Johnston reports.
NH Felon Who Escaped Halfway House Now Wanted In 3 Bank RobberiesA convicted felon who was already wanted by police for escaping a halfway house in New Hampshire is now a suspect in three bank robberies over the last several weeks. Katie Johnston reports.
Boston Public Library Experiences Cybersecurity Attack, Temporarily Shuts Down Use Of Public ComputersThe Boston Public Library says they were the victim of a cybersecurity attack this week. Katie Johnston reports.
It's Safe To Put Bird Feeders Back Up, Mass Audubon SaysIt's safe to start feeding the birds again in Massachusetts. Mass Audobon said this week that the threat from a mysterious illness killing songbirds has receded. Katie Johnston reports.
New England Aquarium Celebrates Deco The African Penguin's 40th BirthdayThe New England Aquarium is celebrating a special birthday. Katie Johnston reports.
Mac Jones Has Earned An Important Endorsement From Julian EdelmanJulian Edelman is no longer an NFL player, but you can tell he misses it quite a bit. Between his tweets and Instagram posts, it's clear that Edelman remains a football guy's football guy who misses grinding through training camp with his teammates. Katie Johnston reports.
Suspect In Milford Storage Unit Killing Arrested In VirginiaA man has been arrested in connection to the stabbing death of 54-year-old Paul T. Weaver in a locked storage unit in Milford. Katie Johnston reports.
Boston Archdiocese Will Require Masks In Catholic Schools Through Oct. 1Masks will be required through Oct. 1 in dozens of Catholic schools in eastern Massachusetts. Katie Johnston reports.
Massive Brawl At Red Arrow Diner In Manchester, NH Leads To 5 ArrestsFour people are facing riot charges following a large brawl last week at the Red Arrow Diner in New Hampshire. Katie Johnston reports.