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WBZ WeatherSarah Wroblewski has an updated weather forecast.

State Police Search For Truck That Hit Trooper On I-495A Massachusetts State Police lieutenant and his cruiser were sideswiped by a tractor-trailer that didn’t stop.

As Outdoor Dining Is Extended, Restaurants Struggle To Find Staff, SupplyRestaurants are asking customers to be patient in the coming months as the industry works to get back to normal. WBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports.

Biden’s Gift To Putin: Aviator Sunglasses Made In Randolph, MassachusettsPresident Joe Biden presented a pair of Randolph USA aviators to Russian President Vladimir Putin. WBZ-TV’s Juli McDonald reports.

John Rathbun Convicted In 2020 Attack On Jewish Assisted-Living FacilityJohn Rathbun, who was convicted of two federal arson charges, will be sentenced in November.

‘We Need It To Stop’: Salem Homes Shot With ArrowsPolice in Salem are investigating several incidents of arrows being shot at homes. WBZ-TV’s Ken MacLeod reports.

WBZ Evening News Update For June 16, 2021Police investigate after arrows shot into homes in Salem; UMass Lowell is bringing systems back online after possible security breach; State’s “Vax Express” program launches; Latest weather forecast.

ABCD Field Of Dreams Event At Fenway Park Raises Money For SummerWorks Youth ProgramMoney raised by the “Field of Dreams” event at Fenway Park helps young people from low-income families find work at non-profit organizations.

UMass Lowell To Remain Closed Thursday Due To ‘Possible Cybersecurity Incident’Some normal operations will resume on Thursday.

WBZ Evening Forecast For June 16, 2021Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

Demand For Oysters ‘Really Intense’ After State Lifts COVID RestrictionsWhen the state lifted its COVID restrictions, restaurants went back into high gear, making up for a lost 15 months. WBZ-TV’s Bill Shields reports.

Several Massachusetts Lawmakers Of Color Demand Independent Investigation Of Mikayla Miller’s DeathWBZ-TV’s David Wade reports.

Keller @ Large: Home Prices Continue To Skyrocket In MassachusettsThe median price of a single-family home in Massachusetts was $525,000 last month, the second straight month over the half-million-dollar plateau. WBZ-TV’s Jon Keller reports.

Commonwealth Museum Exhibit Celebrates Juneteenth In DorchesterWBZ-TV’s David Wade reports.

Woman Fights For Insurance Coverage After Pipe Falling From Revere Underpass Smashes Her WindshieldWBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

1in 4 Report Medical Issues After COVID; High Levels Of Potentially Toxic Chemicals Found In MakeupWBZ-TV’s Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.

Salem Homes Shot With Arrows; Police Seeking InformationNo one was hurt in the incidents.

Ernie Boch Jr. Helping Lowell High School Restore Music Department After FloodingNorwood businessman Ernie Boch Jr. will help restore the music department at Lowell High School after a pipe burts.

‘Black At UNH’ Video Reveals Racism As People Shown Chanting Racial SlurWBZ-TV’s Mike LaCrosse reports.

Fall River Mayor Urges Residents To Get COVID VaccineFewer than half the residents in Fall River have had one COVID vaccination shot. WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

State Police Looking For Tractor-Trailer That Sideswiped TrooperA Massachusetts State Police lieutenant and his cruiser were sideswiped by a tractor-trailer that didn’t stop Wednesday on Interstate 495 north in Hopkinton, and the driver involved has not yet been located.

Spirit Airlines To Add Flights From Manchester-Boston Regional Airport To Florida In OctoberThe airlines company announced on Wednesday its plans to add non-stop flights from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to four Florida destination spots — Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, and Tampa. Katie Johnston reports.

State Police Release New Photos Of Truck Wanted In Hopkinton Hit-And-RunPolice just released photos of a tractor-trailer that hit a state trooper and then left the scene in Hopkinton.

Massachusetts Is The Second-Best State To Live In, According To New RankingThere’s no better state to live in than Massachusetts according to a new report. . . except New Jersey. Katie Johnston reports.