At least seven people were arrested at Revere Beach, where there were extra police officers following a brawl last weekend.
One woman was killed and two others were seriously injured after a car crashed into the checkout section of a family-owned farm stand.
Boston will have splash pads and cooling centers open this weekend.
Gov. Sununu has vetoed a bill that would have prohibited New Hampshire schools from implementing face mask mandates.
A suspect has been arrested after a shooting involving a family in Wells.
What is causing the recent rise in cases? Dr. Daniel Kuritzkes joined WBZ-TV to discuss COVID-19.
It's the highest positivity rate since it was over 10% on January 25.
Join Dr. Mallika Marshall and our panel for a discussion on mental health.
A bill introduced before the pandemic would allow two excused absences for mental health days.
Students are learning strategies like breathing exercises to help them cope with their emotions.
Kids in crisis often end up waiting for days or weeks in emergency rooms. It's a practice called "boarding."
Chelsea residents gathered Wednesday evening to get answers about the state's dumping of a pile of rubble filled with asbestos.
Crews in Chelsea have begun removing a pile of debris that is contaminated with asbestos on Friday.
Zelle is now a favorite for thieves because once the money is transferred out, it's nearly impossible to get back.
Hazardous construction material was dumped in Chelsea last July and had been sitting next to a public housing development.
As women's soccer players negotiate equal pay, the question remains: What about the rest of America's women?
While the hearing did reveal some detail, a lot still remains a mystery.
Airline dissatisfaction is taking off, and lawmakers have noticed.
With gas prices rising, deviation from the party line is a growth stock these days.
Jon says abortion rights, like so many other issues, has "become grotesquely politicized, just like another once-accepted public health standard, the right of the state to require vaccinations."
Roxbury based and minority-owned City Fresh Foods is taking on the responsibility of providing meals to almost 50,000 Boston Public School students starting on July 1.
Inflation did not hurt the casino business in Massachusetts.
Robots at Top Notch Distributors are giving current employees a big boost.
Robots at Top Notch Distributors are giving current employees a big boost. WBZ-TV's Breana Pitts reports.
The yearly rate of U.S. inflation fell to 8.3% in April, compared to a historic 8.5% in March, marking the first decline since August. WBZ-TV's Zinnia Maldonado reports.
WaterFire has been a Providence tradition for over 25 years.
The Bubble Factory is a multimedia workshop and classroom.
As Massachusetts' largest curling club, Broomstones is hotbed for talent.
One of the newest additions to the Mystic waterfront is a building blending classic style with a modern twist.
Legal Sea Foods Chefs Matt King and Patrick Keefe offer up tips on how to pick and prepare the perfect piece of fish.
Not a lot went right for the Celtics in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, and most of it was their own doing.
The Revolution are unbeaten in their last four league matches.
Marcus Smart knows how to make things dramatic.
Rafael Devers hit two homers, Christian Vázquez had a tiebreaking single in the eighth inning and the Red Sox beat the Mariners 6-5 on Saturday.
The Celtics will be without center Robert Williams for Saturday night's Game 3 against the Miami Heat.
The Peterboro Basket Company has been in business since 1854.
A fishing crew spotted a majestic sight in the waters off Massachusetts this week – an orca whale.
An elderly man in Vermont had a wild encounter with a bobcat when the animal broke into his home and attacked him.
Sunday night brought the first total eclipse to the northeast in over three years.
For the first time, astronomers have captured an image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy.