Diane Cho, WCVB-TV Boston

Diane Cho

WCVB-TV Boston

Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Diane:

Iguana rescued after spending days in Franklin tree

Although it appears to be blue in color, experts identified the reptile as a green iguana. → Read More

Two pedestrians seriously injured after car crashes into Lynnway bus stop

The driver of the car was hospitalized with minor injuries. → Read More

More than 20 injured in explosion at South Florida shopping center

Firefighters say they found ruptured gas lines at the scene, but have not yet confirmed what caused the explosion. → Read More

Framingham man arrested in connection with sexual assault of a little girl

A Framingham man was due in court Friday after he was arrested Thursday for allegedly sexually assaulting a little girl at Ashland State Park. → Read More

Abandoned twin babies found near Worcester railroad tracks

The Massachusetts DCF now has custody of the infant boys. → Read More

Suspects connected to Quincy bank robbery surrender to SWAT team

Police have charged a man and a woman who they believe to be his girlfriend. → Read More

Severe thunderstorms cause delays at Logan International Airport

The National Weather Service says all air traffic going into Boston was halted due to frequent lightning. → Read More

Fall River police officer faces charges of assault, intimidation

Officer Michael Pessoa, of the Fall River Police Department, was indicted Thursday morning on more than a dozen charges including assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. → Read More

Somerville soldier killed in Korea POW camp finally returns home

Sgt. George R. Schipani's remains were identified earlier this year, nearly 68 years after his death. → Read More

Frustration builds after Red Line derailment

Some Red Line service has resumed following a derailment that disrupted service and caused significant damage, but delays continue. → Read More

Local tribute to heroes on 75th anniversary of D-Day

Each ringing of a bell served as a reminder of 13 American heroes who earned a Medal of Honor for their actions on D-Day. → Read More

Accused peeping Tom at Foxborough daycare changes mind on plea deal, will go to trial

He has already pleaded guilty to separate child pornography charges. → Read More

Massachusetts health officials confirm 2nd measles case of 2019

Officials say a child with measles visited several locations across the South Shore. → Read More

Child infected with measles visited several South Shore locations

Massachusetts health officials say the child was diagnosed with measles on Friday. → Read More

Construction worker seriously injured in collapse

The 38-year-old worker was taken by helicopter Friday morning to a Boston hospital after being extricated by first responders. → Read More

Five-alarm house fire in Needham spreads to nearby bog

The roof caved in on the home, which is a complete loss. → Read More

Students erect headstone in memory of freed Andover slave

More than 150 years after her death, Andover resident and former slave Lucy Foster is finally getting the memorial she always deserved. → Read More

Crews repair broken water main in Stoneham after part is driven in from Midwest

The break has affected nearly 150,000 customers across multiple Massachusetts towns. → Read More

Mayor Marty Walsh testifies in support of proposed state equal pay bill

The mayor of Boston says the bill could bring Massachusetts to "the next level" for business equality. → Read More

Boston residents consider moving, changing jobs due to traffic, transit issues

MassDOT says it plans on investing over $15 billion to improve the MBTA and roads. → Read More