Rep. Jake Auchincloss says Commission on January 6 will create a “shared set of facts” about last year’s Capitol Hill riots

Rep. Jake Auchincloss says Commission on January 6 will create a “shared set of facts” about last year’s Capitol Hill riotsMassachusetts Congressman Jake Auchincloss spoke to WBZ TV’s Breana Pitts about his experience watching the Capitol Hill attack that happened a year ago and what he hopes the Commission will achieve on January 6.

‘I’m still angry’: Rep. Lori Trahan appalled by Republican efforts to downplay the Jan. 6 attack on the US CapitolMassachusetts Congresswoman Lori Trahan spoke to WBZ TV’s Breana Pitts about how angry she still feels about efforts to downplay the seriousness of the Capitol Hill riot last January.

‘Never imagined it happened in Washington,’ rep. Seth Moulton on the first anniversary of the January 6 attack on the US CapitolWBZ TV’s Breana Pitts spoke with Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton about what has changed in the one year since the uprising in the US capital.

Kendrick Bourne is able to laugh at a huge hit as a learning experiencePatriots WR Kendrick Bourne took a blow that he would rather not take again. But he said he learned a lot from one play.

WBZ News Update for January 6thWinter storm for Friday; Fenway Park Vaccination Site; Missing girl’s father arrested; January 6th anniversary

Wife of father of missing New Hampshire girl Harmony Montgomery charged with food stamp fraudKayla Montgomery, who is married to the father of missing New Hampshire 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of welfare fraud.

WBZ Mid-morning Forecast for January 6thZack Green has your latest weather forecast.

Massachusetts lawmaker submits bills to make home covid tests tax-exemptMassachusetts lawmakers have filed a bill to make home COVID tests tax-free.

Powerball has 2 winning tickets and shares a $ 632 million jackpotWBZ TV’s Liam Martin reports.

It’s happening here: Wrentham Recreational Area keeps the memories of Lost Ski Hill aliveWBZ TV’s Zack Green reports.

WBZ morning view for January 6thZack Green has your latest weather forecast.

WBZ forecastEric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.

Winning numbers drawn for the $ 630 million Powerball JackpotThe Powerball jackpot is now at $ 630 million for Wednesday night’s draw.

Letter written by WWII soldier arrives in Woburn 76 years laterA letter dating back to World War II has found its way to a Woburn family, 76 years later. WBZ-TV’s Juli McDonald reports.

FedEx planes glide on the icy taxiway at Manchester AirportA FedEx Express plane crashed on a taxiway at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in icy weather Wednesday morning.

The court orders Tsarnaev to sell COVID aids, other moneyFederal prosecutors said Tsarnaev received a $ 1,400 COVID-19 relief payment in June.

WBZ forecast for January 5, 2022Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.

Fenway Park reopens as COVID vaccine, Booster ClinicBoston is increasing the number of vaccine and booster clinics, while a variant of the COVID-19 increase continues. WBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.

Massachusetts reports new one-day record for COVID casesThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health on Wednesday reported 27,612 new confirmed COVID cases, a new one-day record. WBZ-TV’s David Wade takes a closer look at the numbers.

WBZ Evening News Update for January 5, 2022Boston Mayor Michelle Wu says she’s working to ease the burden on hospital workers; Father of the missing 7-year-old Manchester, NH girl taken into police custody; The CDC adapts the isolation guide to include a rapid quarantine test after day 5; Latest weather forecast.

WBZ Evening forecast for January 5, 2022Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

African Serval Found Roaming Lincoln NeighborhoodWBZ-TV’s David Wade reports.

DESE: Some KN95 masks given to schools not tested by MIT, as Baker saidThe teachers’ union urges leaders in the state legislature to investigate Baker’s pandemic actions when it comes to schools.

Boston doctor says COVID is detected in children otherwise in hospitalsThe number of children in COVID-19 hospitals in Massachusetts has increased in recent weeks. But a Boston doctor said there is more to the data than meets the eye.

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