VIDEO: Postal Service To Continue Six Day Service

The government renewed a bill on Thursday continuing the requirement for a 6 day mail delivery schedule for the US Postal Service. BU TV 10’s Samantha Fama headed down to the Post Office to get the story.

VIDEO: Protesters Explain Why They Rally At City Hall

Hundreds gathered at Boston’s City Hall Plaza on Tuesday for rally to support same-sex marriage. BU News Service Reporter Brooke Singman spoke to supporters about why they were protesting and what they see as the future for GBTL rights…

VIDEO: Markey, Lynch Debate In Race For Senate Seat

Democratic Senate hopefuls Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey went head-to-head in the special election debate Wednesday night moderated by Boston University’s own RD Sahl. Lynch and Markey are vying for the seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry. BU News Service’s Mike Neff was in the debate hall….

Students React to Same Sex Marriage Debate

Ben Levine reports live for BUTV 10’s News at Noon Wednesday, asking Boston University Students for their thoughts on the current Supreme Court case, as well as the popular red equal sign images on Facebook.

VIDEO: Homeless in Kenmore Square

Among the hustle and bustle of Kenmore Square, it’s easy to pass by those in need, but under the Westgate lives a man with a story, relying on faith and good spirits to get through the winter. By Brooke Singman BU News Service

VIDEO: Jersey Shore Rushing to Recover In Time For Summer

Recovery efforts soldier on five months after Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast. BUTV 10’s Katarina Luketich went down to the Jersey Shore to find out how residents are rushing to recover in time for the Summer tourists…

VIDEO: Boston NGO Brings Music to Haiti

Three years after the earthquake, one Boston-based NGO is using music to help Haitians continue to rise from the rubble. BUTV 10’s Honah Liles is just back from Haiti and reports on the MESDA Group’s recent trip to the Holy Trinity Music School in Port-au-Prince…

VIDEO: Hookup Culture in Colleges

The “hookup culture” is a phenomenon that is quickly replacing dating on college campuses all over. What’s driving students to ditch relationships? BUTV10’s Victoria Price investigates.