The I-Team discovered that New England transplant patients wait longer than almost anyone in the country for organs.
The I-Team reviewed claims in the City of Boston, compared the denial rate with surrounding communities, and asked the mayor if residents are getting a fair shot.
Thousands of drivers took advantage of a June amnesty program that forgave enormous toll fines racked up for trips across the Tobin Bridge.
Some recently-installed ramps in Billerica had some taxpayers shaking their heads and asking, ‘What were they thinking?’
Vulnerable children in Massachusetts wind up being “medically boarded” simply because there is not a bed available to meet their psychiatric or behavioral needs.
Material designed to make playgrounds and turf fields safer for children, may actually be putting them at risk.
According to police, the number of bike related accidents fell when they issued more citations.
The state says there will be no refunds for the folks who already paid the steep toll fines.
MassDOT will dramatically reduce fines and offer an amnesty period to forgive drivers who racked up enormous late fees for the pay-by-plate option on the Tobin Bridge.
Boston Public School officials are taking steps to better protect its high school football players after an investigation by the I-Team.