Volunteers serve hundreds of free Thanksgiving lunches at Malden High School

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WBZ news update for November 25Search for attempted hijacking; Extended al fresco dining in Boston; Free Thanksgiving Dinners in Malden

Volunteers serve hundreds of free Thanksgiving lunches at Malden High SchoolLisa Gresci of WBZ TV reports.

Family of 82-year-old driver beaten by bikers in Boston asks for help in locating abusersNick Giovanni of WBZ TV reports.

WBZ morning forecast for November 25Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

Buyers flock to supermarkets in Mass. before ThanksgivingCBSN Boston’s Juli McDonald reports.

Families gather at Logan Airport before celebrating ThanksgivingWBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.

Weather forecast for WBZJosh Nichols has your latest weather forecast.

Secrets to Save When Shopping at “Coupon Queen” in BostonA Cambridge Tik Tok influencer with a fairly frugal audience is helping everyone save this holiday season. Kate Merrill of WBZ-TV has the story.

Welcome to ‘Elfland’: 8 year old boy from Somerville builds miniature community for elves in wastelandRachel Holt reports from CBSN Boston.

Granddaughter of 82-year-old man attacked by mountain bike, bikers in Boston take stock of her conditionRichard Bell’s granddaughter said no matter how bad the injuries were, it could have been a lot worse.

Police search 2 men after accident and attempted armed robbery in SherbornWBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

WBZ news update of November 24Anaridis Rodriguez and Josh Nichols have your latest weather news and headlines.

For many, Thanksgiving preparations include COVID testLisa Gresci of WBZ-TV reports.

WBZ Evening Forecast for November 24Josh Nichols has your latest weather forecast.

Safest state of Massachusetts to drive on Thanksgiving, data showsBelieve it or not, Massachusetts is one of the safest places to drive on Thanksgiving.

Norwood Hospital owner sues insurance company for flood damageThe hospital said his insurance company was withholding money.

Boston school workers and city councilors call for better student and school safetyUnion members are calling for better safety for students and staff at all schools in the city after a student knocked out a principal earlier this month.

Mayor Wu says Boston Police Board won’t be hired until next yearWu said she wanted feedback from the quarters on what they want from a commissioner.

Police help direct customer traffic at Bob’s Turkey Farm in LancasterSkeEye was on one of the busiest places in Massachusetts on Wednesday, which is Bob’s Turkey Farm. Police were in the parking lot Wednesday morning, getting customers in and out as they came to pick up their fresh birds.

Salvation Army needs doorbells across Massachusetts during Red Kettle campaignThis year the Salvation Army needs many more volunteers to fill the bell shifts in Massachusetts. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

Supply chain issues causing massive delays in shipping kitchen and laundry appliancesDue to supply chain issues, it may be one of the worst times in history to score a new refrigerator, oven, or washing machine.

What will happen to the three men convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery?WBZ-TV’s Cheryl Fiandaca explains what the guilty verdict means.

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, on inflation issuesPaula Ebben of CBSN Boston chats with JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.

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