A tragic fire in San Francisco has many wondering if stretch limousines are safe.
Finding a place to park can be one of the most frustrating, and expensive, things about living or working in Boston. “I pay wild numbers,” one woman told us in the North End.
The I-Team went out on the hunt for the state’s worst tax delinquents, people who owe the government millions of dollars.
The I-Team went along with Boston Police and inspectors from the Registry of Motor Vehicles on a sting operation targeting what are known as “7D” vans. They pulled over 41 vans and 27 of them failed the inspection.
These employees are doing the work of licensed respiratory therapists, but here’s the catch: the I-Team has confirmed none of them is licensed by the state as required by law.
The I-Team checked absentee rates at dozens of area high schools, compiling days off for sick days, personal days, professional development, religious observations, and any other reason.
The I-Team found dozens of complaints online, many with photos of people with dents at the injection site.
The I-Team obtained hundreds of complaints filed with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation involving toll collectors accused of having sticky fingers.
A Cape Cod builder accused of ripping off several families for thousands of dollars was in Federal Court Tuesday.
The I-Team found one man who has allegedly made a fortune dodging the tax man. What is more outrageous, he is doing it by moving cancer causing products into the state.