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.
A controversial business owner has been identified as the man who died of carbon monoxide poisoning on the Cape Wednesday night.
Discount bus company Fung Wah was unable to reclaim its Boston location, likely meaning the end of the company’s operation, a spokesman for the company said.
Local police departments, district attorneys and federal drug agents are sounding a warning about a powerful designer drug that’s growing in popularity among teenagers.
A Massachusetts Congressman is asking for changes to a national database after an I-Team report revealed the nightmare experienced by innocent drivers trying to clear up cases of mistaken identity.