WBZ Evening News Update for September 27, 2021 – Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston’s Best


WBZ morning forecast for September 28Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.

WBZ ForecastJacob Wycoff updated the weather forecast.

Cambridge Road Rage suspect is searched for by policeA man was stabbed after a road rage incident in Cambridge.

Man rescued by Northeast Crew Team after crashing into riverA man was rescued after crashing into the Charles River. WBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports.

Peter Greenberg, editor of CBS News Travel, on the current state of travelPeter Greenberg explains why airline prices are skyrocketing and the cruise industry is making a comeback.

“It was shocking”: American flag stolen from Pulaski Park in BostonOn Saturday, a man slammed the Pulaski Park flag pole to the ground. He tore up the American flag and took off. WBZ-TV’s Juli McDonald reports.

Northeastern Rowing Team Help Rescue Charles River DriverWBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports.

WBZ Evening News update for September 27, 2021DESE extends the mandate of the school mask until at least November 1; UMass Amherst officials condemn racist emails sent to student organizations; Manchester, NH Police Search Mother After Drug Overdose In Infant Child; Latest forecast.

Two cancer survivors running Boston Marathon for Dana-FarberThis is Hilary Hall’s ninth consecutive year for Dana Farber’s team, and she knows better than anyone how important these fundraising efforts are. Report by Paula Ebben from WBZ-TV.

WBZ Evening Forecast for September 27, 2021Jacob Wycoff updated the weather forecast.

Topsfield Fair vendors happy to be back after a year off due to pandemicThe Topsfield Fair opens on Friday and ends on October 11, and after a year off due to the pandemic, vendors and attendees are eager to return. Reporting by Rachel Holt of WBZ-TV.

MBTA says inspectors checked escalator 3 weeks before it malfunctionedNine people were injured when an escalator malfunctioned at Back Bay station. WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

I-Team: Consumers Report Auto Dealers Use Deceptive Advertising TacticsThe Massachusetts attorney general said he has received complaints that dealers advertise a price, then charge more. Reporting by Cheryl Fiandaca from WBZ-TV.

‘Extremely Frustrating’: Not All School Districts Implement COVID Test & Stay ProgramStudents are back to in-person learning, but challenges surrounding COVID-19 persist. Reporting by Paul Burton of WBZ-TV.

UMass investigates ‘overtly racist’ emails sent to black student organizationsUMass President Marty Meehan said on Monday that the state university system was investigating racist emails and other “vile messages” aimed at black students at Amherst’s flagship campus.

Lawyer calls for plan to turn vacant Suffolk County jail building into ‘horrific’ treatment centerWBZ-TV’s Tiffany Chan reports.

Harvard Temporarily Moves First Year Online MBA Courses Due to “Steady Rise in Revolutionary Infections”Harvard Business School is temporarily moving some classes online as cases of COVID among students increase.

Massachusetts reports 4,095 new COVID cases, 14 more deaths in 3 daysThe seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts on Monday is 1.87%

Dozens of Massachusetts State Police soldiers step down on COVID vaccine tenure, Union saysReports by Louisa Moller of WBZ-TV.

Facebook puts Instagram for kids on holdInstagram is pausing on plans to develop a version of its service for children under 13 after facing pressure from lawmakers.

Boston police search for possible missing girl in MattapanBoston Police spent Monday morning searching for a possible missing girl in Mattapan, but found no information on what exactly happened.

4-year-old overdosed on methadone, now Manchester, NH Police, looking for his motherNew Hampshire Police are looking for a mother whose 4-year-old overdosed on methadone in July.

State lawmakers discuss proposed safe injection siteState lawmakers have come together virtually to discuss proposals for supervised injection sites.

Mass. Extends the Mandate of the School MaskMassachusetts is extending the school mask requirement until at least November 1, the state’s Department of Education said Monday afternoon.

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