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.
In the wake of a horrific crime last summer, an ATM security bill now has 18 co-sponsors in the Legislature.
A problem revealed by the I-Team could be costing taxpayers $10 million a year.
Police arrested two women on Monday, saying they performed sex acts for money, only to learn they were being held against their will.
For the first time, a veteran state social worker is talking publicly about caseloads of some Department of Children and Family workers, saying in some communities they are so overloaded that children are in danger.
More homeowners and businesses are turning to solar energy save money. That may be good news for the environment, but it is also concerning for firefighters.
The I-Team discovered, while some women enjoy the convenience, others are living a nightmare.
Just minutes after the two bombs exploded at the Marathon Finish Line, as people rushed to help those hurt on Boylston Street, the FBI launched its search for answers 475 miles away.
By one estimate, there are more than 20,000 gas leaks across Massachusetts at this time. The leaks not only present a public safety concern, but one for ratepayers as well.
Prostitution arrests are being made in communities that don’t usually see that type of crime.
The I-Team spoke with an employee who was instructed to crush pills to help patients who could not or would not take their medication.