The state imposed new regulations that will take effect next year, restricting the use of seclusion and restraint in Massachusetts public schools.
Frustrated owners of Nissan Altimas hope they can get their money back for costly rust repairs by filing a class-action lawsuit.
Some customers are being led to believe they are buying real rubies rather than simple colored stones.
Thousands of convicted felons are monitored by GPS ankle bracelets, but one Massachusetts judge says they are so flawed, she won’t be using them anymore.
It is as isolated as the prisoners who call it home. The prison called ADX Florence is a tomb for the living.
A homeowner has panels on his roof, but the utility company won’t connect him to the grid.
A driver claims a speeding ticket he received is illegal and wants a refund for himself and thousands of other Mass. drivers.
The I-Team found that many companies cashing in on the tax credit have nothing to do with making movies.
A shoddy home inspection can leave a buyer with expensive problems to sort out.
The WBZ I-Team took a closer look at the gunman who wounded Boston Police Officer John Moynihan in Roxbury last week.