The NCAA has long held the legal right to use student-athletes’ likenesses for profit. But today, some athletes are fighting to be compensated for their work inside and outside of sports. Harvest Public Media’s Jeremy Bernfeld reports from Kansas.
The Boston Bruins raised the 2011 Stanley Cup title banner to the TD Garden rafters Thursday night and introduced fans to the piece of hardware they had been craving for years.
Jobs, the legendary co-founder of Apple, died Wednesday night at age 56. His death has evoked an outpouring of grief, remembrances and tributes across the country and around the world.
The Red Sox are in the wild-card hunt.
Tropical Storm Irene knocked WBUR’s on-air broadcast offline for about seven seconds just before noon Sunday.
We’ve compiled a list of hurricane preparedness links just for residents of the Cape and the Islands.
With some projections showing New England in the path of Hurricane Irene, here’s a list of state and federal resources for hurricane preparedness.
Thousands of cyclists will descend on the state for the fundraising bike ride that is hoping to raise $34 million this year for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
As lawmakers weigh cuts to the federally funded, state-administered food stamp program known as SNAP, some Boston-area doctors say the number of hungry children in Massachusetts is skyrocketing.
The Boston Foundation’s leadership on core community issues has put the foundation in an unusual spot for a nonprofit — drawing sharp rebukes from unions and other critics.
The city of Boston is preparing to host thousands of revelers for its annual First Night celebration. Organizers say the crowd may reach more than one million people.
An estimated one in ten Asian-Americans carry the Hepatitis B virus, yet social stigma and a lack of awareness prevent many Asians from getting screened and vaccinated. Radio Boston’s Adam Ragusea checks in on an effort to change that.