I-Team Investigations

I-Team: Thousands Of Customers Will Get Refunds Over Lawn Company’s Harassing Debt CollectionA lawn care company will pay refunds to thousands of customers for abusive and illegal debt collection practices, according to the Massachusetts Attorney General.
I-Team: How The Lottery Botched $758.7 Million Powerball AnnouncementThe Massachusetts State Lottery is reviewing its operations after the agency mistakenly announced the wrong store had sold the record-setting $758.7 million Powerball ticket in August.
I-Team: Controversy And Confusion In Lynnfield Youth Sports ProgramWith that cloud hanging over the program, some parents and coaches believe it is time for new leaders to take charge. However, electing a new board of directors has proven to be a chaotic process.
I-Team Call 4 Action: After Denial, Town Covers Cost Of Pothole DamageThe WBZ I-Team helped a Salem couple get reimbursed by the city after a pothole damaged their tire.
I-Team: After AG’s Investigation Into Leasing Program, Uber Drivers ReimbursedHundreds of Uber drivers in Massachusetts will receive about $210,000 in reimbursements.
I-Team's Call 4 Action Helps Couple With Failed Remodeling JobAfter more than 30 years living in the same home, a Southboro couple decided to take on a big kitchen remodel. 
I-Team: Shrewsbury Family Finds Carbon Monoxide Leaking Into ExplorerWhen the I-Team contacted Ford, the automaker flew their engineers in from Detroit to investigate.
MBTA Stops Controversial Monopole WiFi Towers ProjectThe MBTA is stopping a controversial project to upgrade Wi-Fi service by installing hundreds of 70-foot monopoles along the Commuter Rail system.
Call 4 Action Helps Cape Cod Man Get Refrigerator FixedIt's bad enough when your fridge conks out in 80-degree weather, what is worse is waiting weeks for a repair even though you paid for an extended warranty.
I-Team: Monopole Moratorium Extended for MBTA’s Controversial WiFi ProjectQuestions and concerns continue to swirl around the MBTA’s controversial plan to upgrade WiFi service by installing hundreds of 74-foot monopoles along the Commuter Rail system.
I-Team: Pedestrian Safety Questioned At Theatre District Construction SiteAt a busy intersection in Boston’s Theatre District, a 22-story hotel is beginning to take shape on a sliver of open land.
I-Team: Congressional Leaders Ask FCC To Investigate Impact Of MBTA WiFi Project Congressional leaders in Massachusetts are asking the Federal Communications Commission to “carefully examine” a project that would upgrade WiFi service along the MBTA’s commuter rail system.

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