State officials honor fallen military vets at Boston Common

BOSTON (WHDH) — Gov. Charlie Baker (R-Mass.) and other state officials honored fallen military veterans and their families Thursday at a ceremony held on BostonRead More

Photographer in Washington captures wild encounter between fox, rabbit and eagle

(WHDH) — A nature photographer in Washington state managed to capture a bald eagle swooping in to pick up a fox carrying a rabbit onRead More

Lahey Hospital worker accused of recording women ordered to remain under house arrest

BURLINGTON, Mass. (WHDH) — A former Lahey Hospital worker accused of recording women in the bathroom was in court Wednesday, where a judge ordered himRead More

Brookline residents propose changing name of school named for slave-owner

BROOKLINE, Mass. (WHDH) — Some residents of Brookline are proposing the renaming of a local school that shares its name with a slave-owner from theRead More

Swanson Road Bridge and part of Route 9 dedicated to fallen Officer Ron Tarentino Jr.

AUBURN, Mass. (WHDH) — The Swanson Road Bridge and part of Route 9 in Leicester were dedicated to fallen Auburn Officer Ron Tarentino Jr. atRead More

Cambridge man found guilty of murdering and dismembering man in 2015

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WHDH) — A Cambridge man was found guilty of killing and dismembering a Somerville man in 2015. Carlos Colina was convicted of first-degreeRead More

Boston Landmark Commission hosts public tour of abandoned MBTA tunnel

BOSTON (WHDH) — Boston’s landmark commission held its first public tour Monday of abandoned MBTA tunnels that have been closed for decades. The tunnels, locatedRead More

Substitute custodian at Ashburnham school charged with rape of teen girl

ASHBURNHAM, Mass. (WHDH) — A substitute custodian in Ashburnham was arrested after police said he raped a teenage girl. James McGrath, 64, faced a judgeRead More

Boston celebrates Bike to Work Day with city’s new Blue Bikes

BOSTON (WHDH) — Commuters rode their bicycles to work Friday as part of Bosotn’s Bike to Work Day Festival. The annual event featured the city’sRead More

Tedy Brushi advocates for policies to prevent heart disease at State House

BOSTON (WHDH) — Former New England Patriots star Tedy Bruschi joined representatives of the American Heart Association at the State House Thursday to call forRead More