Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan promises a “long and thorough review” of the Lowell apartment building fire that killed seven people.
A recent survey found violence in hospitals targeting nurses and other employees has jumped 37 percent in the past three years.
No one will argue you are safer riding with a helmet than without one, but as our cycling culture keeps growing, the I-Team found some troubling numbers.
A North Reading man is accused of passing himself off as a licensed land surveyor and charging people $650 to $800 for his work.
The I-Team found some Massachusetts school districts falling well below standards when it comes to one measure of mental health services for students.
State inspectors say they are concerned about a “catastrophic failure” of an elevator at a Dedham complex.
A WBZ-TV I-Team investigation is raising new questions about how MBTA Police handle incidents involving their MBTA drivers.
The man accused in the rape of an Arlington woman was serving a lifetime time civil commitment as a sexually dangerous person when a jury voted to free him.
The I-Team has learned the state’s Inspector General is raising serious questions about how the agency in charge of transportation oversees its own vehicles.
Every big city police department walks a fine line when it comes to the use of force, but an I-Team investigation found Boston police may be crossing that line too often.