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Firefighters fight fire at laundry, apartment building in MaldenCrews battled a fire on Grove Street in Malden.

WBZ Evening News Update for January 10, 2022Manchester, NH police investigate at home where missing girl once lived; The Department of Education extends the mask mandate to schools; MBTA warning of possible delays due to cold weather; Latest weather forecast.

Teenager creates website to find quick tests in your communityA teenager in the Chicago area has taken all the guesswork out of the search for COVID tests. WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben reports.

WBZ Evening forecast for 10 JanuaryEric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

MBTA says delays are possible due to bitter cold and staffing issues associated with COVID-19That’s what WBZ-TV’s Louisa Møller says.

End Of An Era: Somerville Liquor Store with fun signs on the McGrath Highway MovingSav-Mor Liquors moves to Assembly Square.

Massachusetts changes how it reports COVID hospitalizationsThe state will now distinguish between patients who are hospitalized for COVID, compared to those who are hospitalized for other reasons and who then test positive.

University students return to campus in the middle of the COVID waveSchool officials are working to ensure students are well-informed and prepared for new COVID-19 protocols and requirements. WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton reports.

MA residents can access COVID vaccine journal online with new tool launched by stateThe electronic journal shows the same information as on the paper vaccine card.

Harmony Montgomery’s relatives say the system failed The Missing GirlInvestigators returned Monday to a home in Manchester, NH, where the missing 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery once lived, hoping to find clues as to where she might be. WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

Massachusetts reports 60,986 new COVID cases over 3 days, 53 additional deathsAs of Monday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 22.39%.

WBZ news update for January 10, 2022WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest news and weather.

Police continue to search NH home where missing 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery once livedHarmony Montgomery has not been seen since 2019, but was only recently reported missing.

Boston is working to relocate the remaining 62 people from Mass And Cass before Wednesday’s deadlineWBZ-TV’s Lisa Errors reports.

Mask mandates at Massachusetts schools extended to Feb. 28Mask mandates at Massachusetts public schools have been extended.

WBZ Dinner forecast for 10 JanuarySarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

Rachael Rollins has been sworn in as a U.S. attorney for MassachusettsRachael Rollins is now officially the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts.

MBTA says delays are possible due to bitter coldMBTA says riders need to be prepared for delays this week due to the bitter cold.

Boston public schools closed Tuesday due to cold temperaturesMayor Michelle Wu explains the decision to keep schools closed Tuesday.

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu updates on efforts to clear camps from Mass and CassBoston Mayor Michelle Wu said the city is working to clear the area by Wednesday.

Fabric masks not protective enough against Omicron COVID variant, says expertWith the Omicron variant spreading so easily, at least one expert says fabric masks just don’t cut it anymore. WBZ-TV’s Kate Merrill reports.

Rachael Rollins will be sworn in as U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts on MondaySuffolk County DA Rachael Rollins will be sworn in as U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts on Monday.

WBZ Mid-morning Forecast for January 10thJacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.


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