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City suspends Boston bar license after fatal stabbingSons of Boston’s entertainment license has been suspended after a bouncer was charged with stabbing a patron to death. WBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports.

16-year-old boy stabbed in SaugusA 16-year-old boy was rushed to hospital after being stabbed in Saugus. WBZ-TV’s Tiffany Chan reports.

State fire marshal to investigate house fire in DudleyOne person was injured in a fire on Schofield Ave in Dudley.

Sharon Teen reports that a man tried to lure her into the carA teenager says a man tried to lure him into his car after asking him for directions. WBZ-TV’s Juli McDonald reports.

WBZ News Update for March 24David Wade and Eric Fisher have your latest news and weather updates.

WBZ Evening Forecast for March 24Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

Peter Reynolds, award-winning author and illustrator, raises funds for Ukraine through art printsAuthor and illustrator Peter Reynolds expresses himself through his works. And as he watched the news of the war in Ukraine, he turned to his art supplies. WBZ-TV’s Rachel Holt has the story.

Man accused of stealing hospital van appears in courtAndre Biggs, accused of stealing a Boston Children’s Hospital van, appeared in court.

16-year-old rushed to hospital after stabbing SaugusA 16-year-old was stabbed in Saugus and the injuries are believed to be serious

Man charged with hit-and-run who seriously injured UMass student allegedly says he hit a deerThe driver accused of injuring a UMass student during a hit-and-run was arrested on Thursday.

BC, BU and Northeast receive record number of college applicationsColleges are seeing a record number of applications, making a stressful process even worse. Reporting by Brandon Truitt of WBZ-TV.

The Colaborativa Receives $300,000 in Federal FundingRep. Ayanna Pressley donated $300,000 in federal funds to Chelsea’s La Colaborativa.

State Police search for gunman in road rage shooting on Route 1 in PeabodyState Police are seeking help in locating the man who shot a woman during a road rage incident on Highway 1 in Peabody late Wednesday night.

Ukrainians protest war in first month of Russian invasionA vocal march near the State House answered the Ukrainian president’s call to speak out on the anniversary month of the Russian invasion. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

Massachusetts reports 1,086 new COVID cases, positivity rate nears 2%The seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts has now risen to 1.99%.

City of Boston suspends entertainment license for ‘Sons Of Boston’ after fatal stabbingThe city suspended the entertainment license for Sons of Boston after a bouncer allegedly killed a Navy veteran during an altercation. WBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports.

‘It’s cautious optimism’: Dr Shira Doron of Tufts Medical Center has no COVID patients currently in intensive careDr. Shira Doron, an infectious disease specialist at Tufts Medical Center, spoke with WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben about the center having no COVID patients in the intensive care unit for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

Man charged with hit and run that injured UMass student pleads not guiltyA 20-year-old Northampton man is accused of punching and seriously injuring a UMass student.

WBZ News Update for March 24Road rage shooting; Tufts ICU zero COVID patients; Weekend weather forecast

WBZ Midday Forecast for March 24Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

Potato processing plant fire in Belfast, Maine prompts shelter-in-place orderA major fire broke out at a potato processing plant in Belfast, Maine on Thursday morning.

State Police search for gunman in road rage shooting on Route 1 in PeabodyReporting by Paula Ebben of WBZ TV.

Tufts Medical Center has no COVID patients in intensive care for the first time in 2 yearsReporting by Paula Ebben of WBZ TV.

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