Lowe's Changes Contract Policy After I-Team ReportA WBZ I-Team investigation found that home improvement giant Lowe's had a company policy that required customers to pay in full for home improvement contracts before any work began.
I-Team: Lowe's 100% Upfront Deposit For Home Improvements Violated State LawLowe's was requiring consumers to pay 100-percent upfront for home improvements and that violated Massachusetts law.
I-Team: Police Department To Use GPS Projectile To Avoid High-Speed ChasesA new technology allows officers to keep track of a fleeing suspect without the dangerous pursuit.
Sources: Las Vegas Shooter Searched For Hotels Near Fenway ParkStephen Paddock researched concert locations in the city, but that there's no evidence he ever traveled to the area.
I-Team: Vegas Shooter Used Employee ID, Spent Thousands Gambling Over Last Few DaysSources say Paddock was a guest at the hotel and used the employee ID card of a woman who sources referred to as his wife.
I-Team: Shrewsbury Family Finds Carbon Monoxide Leaking Into ExplorerWhen the I-Team contacted Ford, the automaker flew their engineers in from Detroit to investigate.
Paul Shanley, Convicted Pedophile Priest, To Be Released From Prison FridayConvicted pedophile priest Paul Shanley, one of the most notorious figures in the Boston Archdiocese sex abuse scandal, will be released from prison later this week.
Family Files Lawsuit Against Man Rescued At SeaThe aunts of Nathan Carman have filed a lawsuit to prevent him from inheriting the millions left behind by his late grandfather and presumed-dead mother.
I-Team: Fan Who Helped Find Brady's Stolen Jerseys Gets Special GiftA Patriots fan who helped the FBI solve the mystery of Tom Brady’s missing Super Bowl jerseys received a priceless gift.
I-Team: Exclusive Inside Look At Aaron Hernandez’s Life Behind BarsDocuments recently obtained by WBZ-TV's I-Team reveal part of what life was like for former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez in jail.
Legal Injection Site Proposal Heard By Boston City CouncilCity Council members and residents were able to share their opinions at the hearing.
Flight Attendants Learn How To Recognize Sex Trafficking VictimsAccording to investigators, sex traffickers often move their victims through airports and on airplanes both domestically and internationally.

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