I-Team: Mass. Lacks Regulations For Snowplow DriversThe I-Team found the industry has little to no regulation in Massachusetts surrounding driver fatigue.
I-Team: Experts Warn Passengers To Protect Boarding PassA hacker can access personal information through the barcode on the boarding pass.
I-Team: Airbnb Creates Plan To Build Relationship With Communities Amid CriticismAirbnb announced their plan to be a better neighbor and called it “Community Compact.”
I-Team: Boston's Top Tax DelinquentsSome of the city’s wealthiest property investors do not pay their taxes on time.
I-Team: Police Have Trouble Cracking Down On Texting TruckersThe dangers of texting and driving are well documented and well understood. The I-Team found many truckers are not getting the message.
I-Team: Mass. Families To Share Antibiotic Horror Stories With FDAOn Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration will hold a meeting to consider changing how Fluoroquinolones are used.
I-Team: Generic Drug Legal Loophole Puts Patients At RiskThe Steele family of Foxboro is hoping their story will help make a meaningful change for thousands of Massachusetts residents who take generic drugs.
Woman Charged With Killing Uncle In Hyde Park To Have Mental Health EvaluationA woman accused of fatally shooting her uncle over the weekend was ordered to have a mental health evaluation Monday.
Weston Restaurant Owner Accuses Former Employees Of Stealing RecipesThe owner of a Weston dumpling restaurant is suing her former kitchen manager claiming the woman stole her family recipes.
I-Team: Thousands Paid For Health Insurance They Couldn't UseThe I-Team found that thousands of Massachusetts residents paid for health insurance they were not able to use.
North Reading Man Pleads Guilty To Posing As Land SurveyorA North Reading man pleaded guilty on charges that he lied while passing himself off as a land surveyor and stole the identities of licensed professionals.
I-Team: Med Spa Patients Badly Hurt By Hair Removal, Botox TreatmentsThere are hundreds of med spas in Massachusetts and some people are sounding an alarm, saying as the industry grows, so do the numbers of injuries and lawsuits.