I-Team: Feds Hit Boston Seafood Company With 20 Safety Violations In Deadly Ammonia Leak
After a deadly ammonia leak back in March, federal safety regulators cited a Boston fish and seafood wholesaler Friday for 20 serious violations along with a proposed fine of $173,168.
I-Team: Embattled Youth Football League President Breaks Silence In Letter To Parents
The president of a youth football league broke her silence in a letter to parents, though the message did little to answer questions swirling around the program’s financial situation.
I-Team: Hard-Hitting Allegations About Youth Football League Mismanaging Funds
Parents and coaches have some hard-hitting allegations about how the league is spending its money. They say the unanswered questions also raise concerns about their kids’ safety.
I-Team: Medical Condition Raises Questions About Deciding Who Is Fit To Drive
A Newton driver’s multiple sclerosis, and any role the disease played in a deadly crash, took center stage in court.
I-Team: After Money Allegations, MassDOT Withheld Taxpayer Subsidy From Greenway
After allegations of financial misconduct surfaced, state transportation leaders withheld a monthly $165,633 taxpayer subsidy to the Greenway Conservancy, according to emails the WBZ I-Team obtained.
I-Team: Teacher Pens Harshly-Worded Letter About Experience With Racial Probe At Boston Latin
One of the teachers investigated for racism at Boston Latin School penned a harshly-worded letter to district leaders.
I-Team: Towns Failing To Notify Homeowners About Lead Pipes
Communities stopped using lead decades ago, but thousands of these pipes still remain in older neighborhoods.
I-Team: Internal Investigation Clears Greenway Conservancy Of Improper Financial Conduct
An internal review of finances by the nonprofit that oversees downtown Boston’s Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has turned up no evidence of “improper conduct,” according to a report the WBZ I-Team obtained.
I-Team: Driver Arraigned On 11 Larceny Charges In Alleged Airport Limo Scam
Brad Dunbar and his business, Boston Elite Transportation, was the focus of an I-Team investigation.
I-Team: Congress Moves To Evict, Raise Rents Of High-Income Families Living In Public Housing
Congress has passed legislation that addresses the nationwide issue of families with six-figure incomes living in taxpayer-subsidized housing.