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Climate change could be increasing green algae in local rivers
The filamentous green algae, is nontoxic but takes oxygen away from fish and other wildlife.
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How facial coverings could be impacting your health inside your mouth
A Mass. dentist says wearing a face covering tends to reduce the amount of liquids people drink, and dry mouth and the bacteria it harbors can lead to inflammation and gingivitis.
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Is Mass. voting by mail ripe for abuse, fraud? 5 Investigates
Secretary of State William Galvin says the rare cases of voter fraud in Massachusetts have involved candidates, not voters and they've been prosecuted and sent to jail.
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Dr. Ellerin says we need multiple kinds of COVID-19 tests
Are COVID-19 vaccine trials moving too quickly? How can wait times for test results be improved? Dr. Todd Ellerin, director of infectious diseases for South Shore Health, responds.
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Deadly shooting under investigation in Mattapan
A man is dead Thursday morning after a shooting in the Mattapan section of Boston.
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Public restrooms hard to find because of COVID-19
If you're hearing the call of nature while away from home, you may have some trouble finding a place to go.
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Lynn, Revere respond to 'alarming' rise in coronavirus cases
Two Massachusetts communities have announced plans to keep schools remote in the fall, citing ongoing positive COVID-19 test rates that are approximately three times the state average.
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3 officers recovering after stabbing; suspect appears in court
Prosecutors revealed in court that a firefighter wearing thick gloves was able to wrestle a knife away from a suspect who stabbed three police officers Thursday during a violent tussle in a Saugus
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Police identify suspect in stabbing of 3 officers
Saugus police have identified the suspect arrested after a Thursday morning altercation in which three police officers were stabbed as Steven Sossong.
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3 officers stabbed while investigating report of stolen vehicle
The three officers who were stabbed were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital for treatment of wounds to their extremities. All are expected to survive.
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Iconic Cambridge burger shop up for sale
After 60 years, Mr. Bartley is selling Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage in Cambridge ... he said he is sure the right buyer is out there who will carry on his family's delicious tradition.
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Police describe incident that left 3 officers stabbed and slashed
Three police officers were stabbed or slashed Thursday morning in a residential Saugus neighborhood.
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3 officers ‘stabbed or slashed’ in Saugus, police say
Multiple police officers were injured in an incident Thursday morning in a residential Saugus neighborhood, according to a spokesperson who represents the police department.
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2 rescued from Everett apartment building fire
Two people had to be rescued after a fire broke out in their apartment building in Everett overnight.
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School plan leaves Boston parents, city councilors concerned
Dozens of parents, as well as some city councilors, are concerned about the Boston Public Schools reopening plan for the 2020-21 academic year.
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Experts concerned about 'slow creep' in COVID-19 cases
Massachusetts has been through the surge, but doctors and officials are now watching closely as the COVID-19 numbers seem to be rising once again.
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Man, 28, suffers serious injuries when hit by car
Cotuit police are investigating a serious crash. A 28 year old man was struck by a car in Route 28 last night. The victim is being treated for life threatening injuries at Boston Medical Center.
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2 rescued from Everett apartment building fire
Two people had to be rescued after a fire broke out in their apartment building in Everett overnight.
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Boston parents, city councilors concerned about back-to-school plan
Boston Public Schools has eliminated the possibility of a full in-person learning model, but many are still uncomfortable with a hybrid approach amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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More doctors call for reopening rollback in Mass. amid troubling COVID-19 trends
One Boston city councilor is also calling on two of the city's major universities to reconsider having in-person classes this fall.
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Video: Pleasant day on tap in Mass. as humidity drops
There are threats of showers on Friday, but it should stay dry this weekend.
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Family of Boston store clerk who was shot in head arrives in US from Bangladesh
The parents and siblings of 25-year-old Tanjim Siam has traveled across the world to be by his side as he fights for his life.
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Melrose police officers help save boy who impaled leg on fence
The two officers are being hailed as heroes, as they were able to stop some severe bleeding.
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Boston Public Schools rules out full in-person learning to start school year
The school district says it will allow individual schools to make slight adjustments to its overall hybrid model based on what is best for their students.
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Swimmers face threat from rip currents following Tropical Storm Isaias
The impact of Isaias is still being felt along the coast of Massachusetts with dangerous surf conditions and rip currents on some beaches.
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Roxbury health center hits major milestone with mobile COVID-19 testing
For many people getting a coronavirus test can be challenging. A local health center is taking testing to those individuals, tackling health inequalities along the way.
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Some Mass. customers could wait days for power restoration
At one point, 100 percent of the Massachusetts town of Hubbardston was without power following Tropical Storm Isaias.
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Concerns about COVID-19 uptick in Massachusetts
"It's not a spike. It's a creep, and it's a slow creep, but it's a consistent creep," said Dr. Shira Doron, an epidemiologist at Tufts Medical Center.
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Vet warns about danger of pets eating discarded PPE
“It’s really important in these times to be throwing out things like masks and gloves in covered wastebaskets.” Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more Boston
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Breast cancer organization makes fundraisers virtual during pandemic
The Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition is taking its events online, but not giving up the cause of lessening exposure to toxic chemicals.
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