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WBZ Evening News Update for April 28, 2022The suspect in the 1988 murder of a girl in Lawrence will return to the state to face charges; Smoking likely cause of fire that killed man in Lowell; MBTA to revise bus service; Latest forecasts.

Next Weather: WBZ Evening Forecast for April 28, 2022Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

Emerson Hospital helps patients with Parkinson’s disease with dance and speech lessons“Dancing for Parkinson’s Disease” and “Speak Out!” are courses offered by Emerson Hospital in Concord and funded by a grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation. Reporting by Louisa Moller of WBZ-TV.

A Worcester man said he couldn’t get medical attention due to a cyberattackJohn Krikorian said he sat for hours in the St. Vincent emergency room because doctors couldn’t access the information.

Boston school could be closed after sexual misconduct investigationThe families say the school has not responded to allegations of sexual misconduct at the Mission Hill K-8 school. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

Man charged with trying to steal Amazon delivery truckAn Amazon delivery driver was nearly the victim of a carjacking in Malden.

After Worcester officer drowned last summer, police practice waterWBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes reports.

Jim Axelrod on the shortage of black and male teachersNationwide, less than 7% of teachers are black and only 2% of them are men. CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod discusses the matter.

A group pursues Mass. Water Authority for pollution levels in sewageThe Authority said the allegations were based on a misunderstanding of how its treatment program works.

UMass Boston’s Forbidden Book Fair Highlights Diverse LiteratureReporting by Rachel Holt of WBZ-TV.

Police are investigating whether patrons swiped drugs at Boston barsBoston licensing officials have looked into a series of recent incidents this winter when women said drugs were slipped into their drinks. Reporting by Christina Hager of WBZ-TV.

East Boston Pier being redeveloped into a waterfront park that protects against floodingThe Trustees of Reservations Boston Waterfront initiative hopes to turn an area with a pile of old beaten wood that juts out beside Piers Park into a waterfront park. Reporting by Jacob Wycoff of WBZ-TV.

Investigators say Lowell fire likely started with smoking materialsA man died in the fire.

Parents at Mission Hill school say their concerns went unaddressedBoston Public Schools Superintendent recommends closing Mission Hill K-8 School following scathing report. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

FDA announces plan to ban menthol cigarettesThe FDA has announced a plan to ban the sale of menthol cigarettes in the United States.

Police reunite woman with Yorkie stolen 9 years agoStoughton police say an animal control officer connected a dog owner with her Yorkie which was stolen nine years ago in Boston.

State Rep. David LeBoeuf Apologizes After YES Arrest: ‘It’s a Desperate Wake Up Call’The Democrat representing Worcester and Leicester said he struggled with addiction.

Man found dead in Lowell House fireA man was found dead in a house fire in Lowell early Thursday morning.

Will COVID vaccines for young children make a difference? Dr. Mallika Marshall answers your questionsWBZ TV’s Paula Ebben talks to Dr. Mallika Marshall about Moderna’s potential COVID vaccine for young children.

Next Weather: WBZ Midday Forecast for April 28Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.

April 28 WBZ News UpdatePaula Ebben and Jacob Wycoff have your latest news and weather updates.

Mission Hill School in Jamaica Plain may be closed after investigation finds years of sexual misconduct among studentsReporting by WBZ-TV’s Nick Giovanni.

Family of sailor slain before sons of Boston bar to file wrongful death lawsuit this weekWBZ TV’s Katrina Kincade reports.

4 Your community: the Brain Aneurysm Foundation launches the Scan2Save campaignWBZ TV’s Paula Ebben spoke with the foundation’s executive director, Christine Buckley, and former MassDOT administrator, Tom Tinlin, who survived a misdiagnosis.

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