The I-Team obtained documents from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation showing oversize trucks have slammed into bridges 80 times since 2011.
The I-Team found some local schools using helmets that at least one prominent research facility has deemed unacceptable.
Millions of dollars in federal grant money that was supposed to go to cancer research is missing.
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.