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WBZ Evening News Update for April 19, 2022Rideshare driver arrested after allegedly kidnapping passenger; MBTA passengers no longer have to wear masks on trains, buses; Haverhill police officer on leave charged with YES after crash; Latest forecasts.

I-Team: Unemployment fraud leads to tax nightmare for Cape Cod coupleA Cape Cod couple was told they owed $60,000 based on an unemployment claim. Reporting by WBZ-TV’s Cheryl Fiandaca.

Next Weather: WBZ Evening Update for April 19Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

President Biden highlights infrastructure spending during his visit to Portsmouth, New HampshireThe president used his speech in Portsmouth Harbor to tout the bipartisan infrastructure bill he signed last fall. Reporting by Louisa Moller of WBZ-TV.

Keller @ Large: Poll Shows Massachusetts Residents Don’t Prioritize Climate Change Over Other IssuesThe numbers show that climate change activists have their work cut out for them.

Haverhill police officer on administrative leave after being charged with YESHaverhill Police Officer Carlos Arriaga has pleaded not guilty to a drunk driving charge.

New incentives offered with lifeguard positions ahead of summerOfficials do not anticipate another shortage of lifeguards this summer. WBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.

Jerry York officially says goodbye to Boston College HockeyJerry York officially said goodbye to the sport and school that had been part of him for so long. Reporting by Steve Burton of WBZ-TV.

Carpool driver charged with kidnapping passengerA carpool driver is accused of failing to stop at a passenger’s destination.

“It’s Freedom”: MBTA Drops Mask MandateMasks are no longer required on buses, trains or MBTA properties. Reporting by Christina Hager of WBZ-TV.

Vrabel, Wilfork and Mankins named Patriots Hall of Fame finalistsWBZ’s Michael Hurley breaks down the three finalists’ candidacy for this year’s Patriots Hall of Fame spot.

Woman charged with impaired driving after crashing through barricades and getting stuck on closed bridgeA woman is charged with drunk driving after crashing into barricades and attempting to cross a bridge under construction, Greenfield police said.

WBZ News Update April 19, 2022WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest weather forecast.

Next Weather: WBZ Midday Update for April 19Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

MBTA to remove mask mandate on trains and busesMasks will no longer be required on MBTA buses and trains starting Tuesday, a transportation source told WBZ-TV.

Pilot reports laser strike near Logan AirportSomeone allegedly shined a laser on a plane landing in Boston over the weekend, as similar incidents are on the rise across the country.

Next Weather: WBZ Midday Update for April 19Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.

President Biden approves disaster declaration for January blizzardPresident Biden approved a major disaster declaration for Massachusetts covering a blizzard in late January.

Study: Only 7% of COVID cases are reported as use of home testing increasesOfficials say COVID cases in the United States are underreported.

President Biden to highlight infrastructure spending during his visit to Portsmouth, New HampshirePresident Joe Biden is due to visit Portsmouth Harbor in New Hampshire on Tuesday.

April 19 WBZ News UpdateNext wet and windy weather warning; President Biden in NH; Logan laser strike; Tax return deadline

Uber ends mask mandate for drivers and passengersMasks are no longer required inside an Uber.

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