WBZ Evening News Update For April 6, 2022Superintendent of Chicopee Schools facing federal charges; Multiple states threaten to sue NFL over toxic workplace claims; Boston to add electric school buses to fleet next school year; Latest forecast.
WBZ Evening Forecast For April 6, 2022Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.
Newton Man’s Greeting Cards Are Raising Money For UkraineWBZ-TV’s Rachel Holt reports.
Flight Attendants Found Renting Illegal Apartments In East BostonAirline employees were found renting an illegal apartment in East Boston.
Dennis Penny, Accused Of Crashing Into Everett Cruisers, Pleads Not GuiltyDennis Penny, of Dorchester, will face 34 charges related to the incident.
Eye On Education: MIT Mentor Inspires Underrepresented Students To Get Involved In STEMWBZ-TV’s Kate Merrill reports.
6 States Threaten To Investigate NFL’s Treatment Of WomenMassachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and 5 other attorneys general have sent a letter to the NFL expressing their “grave concerns” about allegations of “a workplace culture that is overtly hostile to women.”
Cracker Jill Will Offer A 21st-Century Version Of The Classic SnackThe new name is in honor of the women who break down barriers in sports.
Boston, Quincy Mayors To Discuss Long Island Treatment Center AccessThe Mayor of Quincy says he’s hoping to have a conversation soon with the Mayor of Boston about access to the Long Island treatment center. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.
Mass Lottery Celebrates Its 50th BirthdayThe first numbers were drawn by 1971 Miss Massachusetts Deborah Ann O’Brien.
‘Survivor’ Winner Ethan Zohn Celebrates 10 Years Of Cancer Remission By Running Boston MarathonZohn said he’s raising money for the Active Against Cancer Foundation.
Chicopee Superintendent Lynn Clark Arrested; Allegedly Lied About Texting Threats To Police Chief CandidateShe was arrested Wednesday on a charge of making false statements to the FBI.
Why Should I Get A Second COVID Booster?Dr. Mallika Marshall answers your questions.
Study Says More Young Adults Receiving Prescriptions For Anxiety Meds Than Ever BeforeWBZ-TV’s Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
Rep. Trahan Grills Oil Executives About Personal ProfiteeringOn Wednesday, the CEOs of big energy companies were grilled by lawmakers at a US House hearing. WBZ-TV’s Jon Keller reports.
Will Rising Mortgage Rates Cool The Housing Market?WBZ-TV’s Tiffany Chan reports.
BAA Bans Runners From Russia, Belarus From Boston MarathonThe BAA has announced restrictions against athletes coming from Russia and ally Belarus for the 2022 Boston Marathon. WBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.
BAA: Registered Athletes Living In Russia, Belarus Not Allowed To Run In MarathonThe Boston Athletic Association on Wednesday announced restrictions against athletes coming from Russia and ally Belarus for the 2022 Boston Marathon and BAA 5K.
Did Revolution Land Their Goalkeeper Of The Future In Djordje Petrovic?With Matt Turner heading overseas this summer, the Revs had a void to fill in net. They may have found their keeper of the future in 22-year-old Djordje Petrovic, whom they acquired and signed to a three-year deal on Wednesday. WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche reports from Foxboro.
Nine Inch Nails Replaces Foo Fighters As Boston Calling HeadlinerNine Inch Nails will replace Foo Fighters as the headliner for next month’s Boston Calling music festival.
WBZ News Update For April 6Chicopee Superintendent arrested; Man accused of peering into girl’s room; Rain in forecast for days
Dracut Police To Pursue Criminal Charges Agaisnt Man Accused Of Peering Into Girl’s Bedroom WindowWBZ TV’s Nick Giovanni reports.
WBZ Midday Forecast For April 6Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.