WBZ Evening News Update For November 13State will reopen a field hospital at the DCU Center for coronavirus patients; Babson College campus remains open but all classes have been moved online; Frog Pond will not open this winter for ice skating; Weekend forecast.

WBZ Evening Forecast For November 13Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.

Boston Musicians Brace For Financial Impact Of Quiet Holiday SeasonA relief fund is providing money to professional musicians who are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. WBZ-TV’s Rachel Holt reports.

South Shore Hospital Program Sends Medical Personnel To Homes On COVID PatientsWBZ-TV’s Bill Shields reports.

Boston Common Frog Pond Will Not Open For Ice Skating This WinterThere will be no ice skating at the Frog Pond on the Boston Common this winter due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

4-Year-Old Boy Killed While Riding Bike In Manchester, NH IdentifiedThe 4-year-old boy who was struck and killed while riding his bike in Manchester has been identified. WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben has the story.

Somerville Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Assault And BatteryA Somerville Police officer pleaded not guilty to a charge he assaulted a handcuffed suspect.

Belmont Police Search For Suspects In String Of RobberiesWBZ-TV’s Mike LaCrosse reports.

Long Lines At Testing Sites As Covid-19 Cases Spike In Mass.Covid-19 testing is in high demand as health officials urge vigilance. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

Worcester Field Hospital To Reopen After Spike In Covid-19 CasesA coronavirus field hospital will reopen at the DCU Center in Worcester. WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.

Massachusetts Reports 2,674 New COVID Cases, 23 Additional DeathsHealth officials said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 177,627 while the total number of deaths is 10,038.

GM Recalls 51K Chevrolet Bolts Because Of Battery Packs Could Smoke, IgniteOwners of Chevrolet Bolt vehicles were advised Friday to park outside and away from homes because of the risk their battery packs could catch fire.

Gov. Baker On Rising COVID Cases In Mass.: “People Need To Change Their Behavior’Speaking about the growing number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker said in his Friday press conference, “People need to change their behavior and get serious about who they spend time with, how they act.”

Gov. Baker: Massachusetts To Reopen DCU Center In Worcester Due To Rise In COVID CasesWith coronavirus cases rising in Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker said in his press conference on Friday, “We’re going to reestablish a field hospital with 240 beds at the DCU Center in Worcester.”

Belmont Police Search For Suspects In String Of RobberiesPolice said they were caught on the surveillance camera of an Eliot Road home’s backyard.

WBZ Midday Forecast For November 13Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.

Fitchburg State University To Close Dorms Amid COVID SpikeThe college will also be extending winter break by one week.

Donnie Wahlberg Leaves $2,020 Tip At Restaurant In PlymouthThe Dorchester-raised star left a $2,020 tip at a restaurant in Plymouth for a meal that only cost $35.27.

Gov. Baker Expected To Announce Plans To Reopen Field Hospitals As COVID Cases RiseWBZ-TV’s Anna Meiler reports.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Chairman Charged With Bribery In Casino DevelopmentCBSN Boston’s Breana Pitts has the latest.

Bill Belichick Fights Back On Criticism Of Draft Picks“I’m not going to apologize for our record over the last 20 years. I mean, I’ve seen a lot worse.”

WBZ Mid-Morning Forecast For November 13Zack Green has your latest weather forecast.

Boston Mayor Walsh Critical Of Proposed MBTA CutsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said this is not the right time to be making service cuts at the MBTA.

WBZ News Update For October 13Weekend Weather; COVID Field Hospital Plan; Coronavirus Cases In MA