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WBZ Evening News Update to November 16, 2021Michelle Wu sworn in as Mayor of Boston; Fall River Police detect drugs, weapons during search; United Airlines jet taken out of service after fire at Logan Airport; Latest weather forecast.

Michelle Wu has been sworn in as the new mayor of Boston, voters are respondingThat’s what WBZ-TV’s Louisa Møller says.

WBZ Evening forecast for 16 NovemberEric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

Christmas trees can cost more this year due to lackChristmas trees are expected to be in short supply this holiday season. A store owner said the shortage is so bad that they do not even bother to sell trees this year. WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton reports.

President Biden pushes infrastructure plan at ‘Red List’ Bridge in Woodstock, New HampshirePresident Joe Biden spoke about infrastructure at the NH 175 Bridge over the Pemigewasset River in Woodstock, New Hampshire.

Woman shot by man in Salem sought refugeA woman tried to get a hold of a man who allegedly shot her outside of her work. A judge denied her request. WBZ-TV’s Lisa Gresci reports.

MIT researcher discusses the importance of finding the source of the COVID pandemicWBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben talks to MIT researcher Alina Chan, who is now publishing a book.

Paper source to open location in Hingham Barnes & NobleThe in-store store will feature more than 12,000 Paper Source products.

Community-based ‘Can We Talk’ therapy program that helps those struggling with addictionTalking about pain in your life can be a powerful healer, and that’s the idea behind a community-based program that addresses mental health and trauma. WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

DA increases the reward for information about Kim Benoit’s death in 1974In 1974, 18-year-old Kim Benoit’s body was found along a riverbank in Berkshire County.

Can natural and woolly bear larvae be simple predictors of our winter weather forecast?Some experts will say that all you have to do is go outside and let nature be your guide when it comes to predicting long-term winter weather forecasts. WBZ-TV’s Sarah Wroblewski reports.

Nasal vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease must be tested at Brigham And Women’s HospitalBrigham and Women’s Hospital will test a nasal vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease. WBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.

Michelle Wu has been sworn in as Boston’s new mayorMichelle Wu officially became Boston’s new mayor on Tuesday when she was sworn in at City Hall. That’s what WBZ-TV’s Louisa Møller says.

Woman accidentally fired with gun while reaching out after change at Northboro Walmart, police saidPolice charged a woman after she allegedly fired her gun inside a Northboro Walmart while reaching into her purse for ransom. Katie Johnston reports.

Temporary housing is to be set up at Shattuck Hospital for those living on mass and cassThe plan is to place 18 cabins on the Shattuck Hospital campus that will sleep up to 30 people. WBZ-TV’s Anna Meiler reports.

WBZ Dinner forecast for 16 NovemberSarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

‘Join us in the service of our community’, swore in Michelle Wu as Boston’s new mayorMichelle Wu is issuing remarks after being sworn in as Boston’s mayor.

Michelle Wu has been sworn in as the new mayor of BostonMichelle Wu officially became Boston Mayor during a ceremony at City Hall.

United Airlines planes burn at Logan AirportThe tail of a United Airlines plane caught fire Tuesday morning at Logan Airport, though no passengers were on board at the time.

United Plane burns at Logan AirportThe tail of a United plane caught fire Tuesday morning at Logan Airport, even though there were no passengers on board at the time.

Man creates Christmas light screen to impress grandsonA man from Virginia created a massive holiday show to impress his grandson.

Boston Snowbound Festival canceled due to COVID concernsThe Boston Snowbound Festival, a winter show scheduled for this weekend, has been canceled due to COVID concerns. Katie Johnston reports.

Nasal vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease must be tested at Brigham And Women’s HospitalWBZ TV’s Breana Pitts reports.

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