A federal agency is making changes to a national database to prevent innocent drivers from experiencing the frustration caused by cases of mistaken identity.
A Boston lawmaker says short term rentals can have a detrimental effect on a neighborhood.
There is now a push to make sure everyone who gets on The Ride should actually qualify. However, some people complain the new eligibility process goes too far.
A man claiming to be a licensed engineer that the I-Team exposed last year appears to be at it again, despite a court order not to.
Billing errors can be a financial burden on patients and taxpayer-funded programs and can also put someone’s health at risk.
For several days in a row, the I-Team watched as passengers got on board the Green Line trolleys for free.
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?’