Boston officials say they have wiped out smoking in more than 60 public properties, but the people living there say that’s no the case.
An I-Team exclusive exposes a highly paid state court official who is rarely on the job at the courthouse.
A Cohasset family lost everything when their house burned down two years ago.
An I-Team investigation has prompted a number of changes at the MBTA.
Multiple sources tell the I-Team that the suspect, Ibrahim Todashev, flipped over a table, grabbed what appeared to be a metal pole, and lunged at the FBI agent before that agent fired.
The I-Team found the fire alarms at public schools are not always working the way they should.
The I-Team spoke with 16 commuters who all say they have been repeatedly ticketed even though they are sure they paid the money for parking.
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.