Russian military accuses Wagner leader of attempting coup

(CNN) — Russia’s domestic intelligence service has opened a criminal case against Yevgeny Prigozhin, the chief of private military group Wagner, after he appeared to cross aRead More

FDA grants accelerated approval for new drug to treat rare form of ALS

There is a new tool available to fight a rare form of ALS after the FDA on Tuesday granted accelerated approval for a new injectableRead More

See the Good: Harvard Law student is giving back to school support staff

Harvard Law student Rehan Staton is gaining national recognition for the second time, and this time, it’s for giving back. “I’m just simply giving backRead More

Suspects arrested after high-speed chase in Florida 

A wild car chase in South Florida ended Wednesday after a brief standoff. Two people were arrested following the chase and the standoff, which wasRead More

Still Boston Strong: Sister of bombing survivor running to support center for trauma patients

As Danielle Reny Larrow neared the Boston Marathon finish line in 2013, she heard the first bomb go off. “I had a feeling something mightRead More

Boston EMS Center in Hyde Park gets fresh paint, new appliances ahead of One Boston Day

An array of special volunteer events got underway Friday ahead of One Boston Day on Saturday and 7NEWS was among the organizations taking part.  Ten years afterRead More

At home with the Bakers: Couple reflects on time in office

It’s the end of the Baker era at the State House.  The governor has left the building.  Jadiann Thompson sat down with Governor Baker and his wifeRead More

Holiday Helping: Jadiann Thompson’s cornbread and sage dressing

7News Holiday Helping is back! In this edition, Jadiann Thompson is making her granny’s cornbread and sage dressing. Order new 2022 recipes from the 7NewsRead More

Princess of Wales combines fashion with sustainability during Boston trip

Princess Catherine delighted crowds across Boston during her and Prince William’s three-day swing through the city and fashion watchers were taking note of the outfitsRead More

Driving a Stake Through Superstition: DNA researchers learn more about man once considered a ‘vampire’ by New Englanders

New DNA research and technology are shedding some light on a long-buried fright in New England, centuries after some townspeople thought they did away withRead More