Thousands of drivers took advantage of a June amnesty program that forgave enormous toll fines racked up for trips across the Tobin Bridge.
Documents detailing prescription drug errors reported to the State Department of Public Health suggest a dangerous trend in dispensing errors.
A recent survey found violence in hospitals targeting nurses and other employees has jumped 37 percent in the past three years.
It is not uncommon for construction companies to be hit with a safety violation or two. But the I-Team has learned that the state of Massachusetts is hiring contractors that have been cited for repeatedly putting trench workers in unsafe situations.
The I-Team tracked Sgt. Jeffrey Langone over a period of six months and discovered he was routinely hiding out at his parents’ home during his overnight shift.
A Sudbury couple is out thousands of dollars after a former employee allegedly cashed dozens of forged checks and their bank refused to reimburse them.
Police in Chelsea have a new tool to fight EBT abuse and crime.
A Cape Cod builder accused of ripping off several families for thousands of dollars was in Federal Court Tuesday.
Public employees in dozens of towns across the state have been ordered off the job, but are still being paid their full salaries by cities and towns.
The governor did sign legislation closing a d-u-i loophole exposed by the i-team.