New statistics obtained by the I-Team from an internal VA audit show Massachusetts veterans are indeed waiting for first-time appointments.
Finding a place to park can be one of the most frustrating, and expensive, things about living or working in Boston. “I pay wild numbers,” one woman told us in the North End.
Dozens of customers have filed complaints against Father and Son Moving and Storage, saying their furniture was held hostage.
The I-Team tracked Suffolk County Clerk Magistrate Maura Hennigan on several work days and caught her handing out bumper stickers and collecting signatures for her 2012 political run.
The U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Command is probing an allegation of rape against Joseph Carter, the highest ranking officer in the Massachusetts National Guard.
An employee signed a contract with a $1,200 week salary and worked for Paul Darcy for one month but was never paid a dime.
A state official is now under investigation in an alleged scheme to steer lucrative contracts to a Malden hazardous waste company.
There are more liquor licenses than ever in downtown Boston and nightlife is booming, but some of the people living downtown aren’t too happy about it.
Of all the potential dangers in your home, few would put their dishwasher on the list. But hundreds of people say their dishwashers could have killed them.
Framingham’s building commissioner may face a criminal investigation after an I-Team report.