I-Team: Owners Of Totaled Vehicles Say Downtown Crash Exposes Loophole In Rideshare InsuranceSome vehicle owners whose cars were totaled in a dramatic Halloween crash involving a Boston fire truck are discovering they might not get insurance payments to cover the damages, the WBZ I-Team has learned.
Body Found In East Boston MarshA body was found in a marsh in East Boston on Friday afternoon.
Quincy Woman Wins $1M On First Lottery Ticket She Ever BoughtA Quincy woman hit a $1,000,000 jackpot on the first lottery ticket she ever bought.
Wedding Guests Sue Groom After Drone Hits Them On Dance FloorA groom and his wedding venue are being sued by two guests for an incident that gives a new meaning to the term "wedding crasher.”
FBI, Police Search Georgetown HomeThe FBI was conducting a search at a home in Georgetown on Friday.
Man Who Got Locked Inside Saugus Gym Now Banned For LifeInstead of calling for help, a man who got locked inside LA Fitness took to Snapchat to ask to be rescued.
I-Team: Former Youth Football President Charged With Stealing From ProgramThe former president of Peabody Youth Football and Cheering is facing criminal charges in the wake of a WBZ I-Team investigation.
Mother Injured, Children Unharmed After Commuter Rail Hits Car In BelmontA woman suffered serious injuries after a Commuter Rail train hit her car when it became stuck on the tracks in Belmont on Friday morning.
Chef Mario Batali Says Boston Is One Of His Favorite Food CitiesWell-known TV chef and author Mario Batali is showing some love for Boston’s restaurant scene.
Government Proposes Letting Passengers Make In-Flight Phone CallsIf you like quiet time on the airplane, you might not like this news.
Former N.H. Lawmaker's Bail Revoked In Underage Sex, Drug CaseBail for Kyle Tasker, charged with trying to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual encounter, was revoked Friday and he was sent to jail to await trial.
Prosecutors Push For Cellphone Evidence At Hernandez TrialMassachusetts prosecutors have asked a judge to reject a request from Aaron Hernandez to bar them from using the contents of his cellphone in his upcoming trial.