The I-Team found patients in New England wait longer than just about anyone else in the country for a transplant.
Documents show a number of police calls to 23 St. Paul Street since 2000 where four children were found living in filth and neglect with the remains of three infants.
A broken pipe in Allston sent raw sewerage spewing into the basements of several homes. And this didn’t happen just once.
WBZ-TV’s I-Team has learned the town received complaints about Erika Murray’s home in 2010 and 2012, but only regarding the exterior, not the interior.
The I-Team finds the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination is chronically underfunded and has a backlog that keeps citizens waiting for years to have their cases heard.
City officials may take control of buildings owned by a Boston landlord they consider the worst of the worst.
When a Boston daycare and pre-school shut down, its workers tried to access their retirement savings. Some found big discrepancies between what they put in and what was actually deposited.
Melrose-Wakefield Hospital has been under the microscope of the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
A system designed to save taxpayer money is backfiring on Medicare patients.
Students call Valore books a scam,