Governor Baker Supports Decision To Bring Andover Teachers Back Into School BulldingsMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said "Andover made the right call" in his press conference on Wednesday.
Governor Baker On Maine Not Easing Travel Restrictions For MassachusettsMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker thinks Massachusetts is a "perfectly appropriate candidate to get off the no-fly zone" for Maine.
Maine No Closer To Easing Travel Restrictions On States, Including MassachusettsPublic health officials in Maine are continuing to monitor the spread of coronavirus in other states, and they are no closer to easing travel restrictions put in place because of the virus. Katie Johnston reports.
Gross: Courts Need To Be Open After 12 Labor Day Weekend Shootings In BostonBoston Police Commissioner William Gross addresses a violent holiday weekend in Boston.
Governor Baker On The Timing of the CDC's Vaccine Rollout NewsMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says new vaccine should not be "based on a date."
Governor Baker on Recent Restaurant Closings In MassachusetttsMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker speaks on the impact COVID-19 is having on the restaurant business.
Hyundai, Kia Recall: Brake Fluid Leak Could Cause Engine FiresKorean automakers Hyundai and Kia are recalling over 591,000 vehicles in the U.S. to fix a brake fluid leak that could cause engine fires. Katie Johnston reports.
New Hampshire Man Catches 15-Pound Catfish That Likely Set State RecordA New Hampshire man reeled in a catfish over the weekend that is believed to be a record-setting weight for the Granite State. Katie Johnston reports.
Galvin: More Than 850,000 Have Voted Early In Massachusetts PrimaryMassachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin said as many as 1.3 million ballots could be cast by the time Tuesday's primary if over.
Legendary Basketball Coach John Thompson Dies At 78John Thompson is most well known for coaching the Georgetown Hoyas from 1972-99. Prior to that, he played collegiately at Providence College and played two seasons with the Boston Celtics, winning a championship in both 1965 and 1966. Katie Johnston reports.
Dozens Of Dinosaurs Coming To Gillette Stadium For Drive-Thru ExhibitThe home of the New England Patriots and Revolution will host the Jurassic Quest drive-thru exhibit next month. There will be more than 70 moving, animatronic dinosaurs, including a 50-foot Megalodon and an 80-foot Spinasaurus. Katie Johnston reports.
Web Extra: Rep. Joe Kennedy Interview On Senate Race, Mail In Voting, Death ThreatsWBZ-TV's Liam Martin spoke to Rep. Joe Kennedy about his Senate primary battle with Ed Markey, mail in voting, the coronavirus relief bill stalled in Congress and death threats he's received.
90% Of Employers Say Working Remotely Hasn't Hurt ProductivityThe pandemic has taught employers a lot about the value of having flexible work arrangements for employees. Katie Johnston reports.
FDA Warns About Hand Sanitizers That Look Like Kids' Foods, Beer Cans And Vodka BottlesThe US Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers about alcohol-based hand sanitizers being packaged in containers that look like food or drink packaging. Katie Johnston reports.
Web Extra: Sen. Ed Markey Interview On Campaign, Post Office, Relief BillWBZ-TV's Liam Martin spoke to Sen. Ed Markey about his primary battle with Rep. Joe Kennedy, the postmaster general and the coronavirus relief bill stalled in Congress.
Gov. Baker: Our Concern Is Events With No MasksGov. Charlie Baker said his primary message is to wear masks and socially distance yourself when you're with others.
Botanist Finds Rare Orchid Not Seen In Mass. Since 2001; Exact Location Being Kept SecretA state botanist has rediscovered a flower so rare in Massachusetts that its exact location is being kept a secret. MassWildlife said the state-endangered crested fringed orchid (Platanthera cristata) has been found for the first time in 19 years in a "shrubby wetland thicket" in Bristol County. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Look For Man Giving 'Covid Hugs' To Walmart Shoppers In SpringfieldPolice are asking the public for help in trying to find a man following a disturbing incident at a Springfield Walmart. He was allegedly hugging shoppers and then telling them they now have coronavirus, according to authorities. Katie Johnston reports.
Walsh: Boston Public Schools To Start Remotely Before Moving To Hybrid ModelBoston Mayor Marty Walsh outlines the plan to start schools remotely before moving to a hybrid learning model.
52,000 Super Soaker Water Guns Sold At Target Recalled Due To LeadMore than 52,000 water guns which are sold only at Target are being recalled by Hasbro, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a notice. Katie Johnston reports.
Thousands Of Chicks Arrive Dead To New England Farmers Amid USPS TurmoilAt least 4,800 chicks shipped to Maine farmers through the U.S. Postal Service have arrived dead in the recent weeks since rapid cuts hit the federal mail carrier's operations, U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree said. Katie Johnston reports.
Polito: State Willing To Revisit Ban On Fans At Gillette Stadium After SeptemberPatriots fans are not allowed to watch home games at Gillette Stadium through September, but Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito said the policy could change later in the season.
Baker: Flu Vaccine Mandate For Massachusetts Students An Important Part Of Fighting CoronavirusGov. Charlie Baker explained why the state is requiring all Massachusetts students to get a flu shot.
Sudders Details Protocol For Rapid Response Coronavirus Testing In Massachusetts SchoolsHealth and Human Services Sec. Marylou Sudders outlines rapid response coronavirus testing plans for Massachusetts schools.