The Iteam has a long tradition of investigating corruption, waste, and wrong doing across New England. Joe Shortsleeve and Lauren Leamanczyk ask the tough questions, get the answers others can’t, and hold those in power accountable to you.
If you are falsely accused of a crime, you better hope it is not in Massachusetts. The I-Team discovered our state is far behind most other states in laws to protect the innocent.
It starts when a young person puts their first compromising picture on the Internet.
No one will argue you are safer riding with a helmet than without one, but as our cycling culture keeps growing, the I-Team found some troubling numbers.
Veteran Douglas Chase had a brain tumor and died in August 2012. Two weeks ago, a letter was sent to him from the VA asking him to call promptly about his appointment.
A North Reading man is accused of passing himself off as a licensed land surveyor and charging people $650 to $800 for his work.
Drivers will soon be paying a new toll on the Mass Pike. The I-Team has learned the free ride is over for a section of the highway.
State inspectors say they are concerned about a “catastrophic failure” of an elevator at a Dedham complex.
New statistics obtained by the I-Team from an internal VA audit show Massachusetts veterans are indeed waiting for first-time appointments.
A WBZ-TV I-Team investigation is raising new questions about how MBTA Police handle incidents involving their MBTA drivers.
Every big city police department walks a fine line when it comes to the use of force, but an I-Team investigation found Boston police may be crossing that line too often.