I-Team: Viewer Helps Woman Denied Lifesaving Hepatitis C DrugNichole, a 25 year old living with Hepatitis C, was desperate when she reached out to WBZ.
Insurance Company Refuses To Pay For Hepatitis Drug That Could Save Woman's LifeA drug that could cure her Hepatitis C is available, but for 25-year-old Nichole it isn’t an option.
CBS Investigation Raises Questions About Wounded Warrior ProjectA CBS News investigation into lavish spending by the Wounded Warrior Project has veterans groups in Massachusetts reacting.
I-Team: Former Kennel Employee Speaks Out About Deplorable ConditionsA new bill aimed at preventing the sale of so called “puppy mill” dogs is up for debate in the Massachusetts state house.
I-Team: LA Fitness Accused Of Using Deceptive Tactics In Mass.Several gym members claim a popular fitness club used deceptive tactics to sign them to expensive personal training contracts.
Man Accused Of Shooting Boston Police Officer Has Lengthy Criminal RecordThe man arrested for shooting a Boston Police officer has a criminal history dating back a decade.
I-Team: Homeowners Dropped By Insurance Companies After Winter DamageAfter filling claims last winter, many homeowners are being dropped by their insurance companies.
I-Team: Movie Business Booming Thanks To Controversial Tax CreditThe Department of Revenue says the state paid out $58 million dollars in film tax subsidies in 2014, a 77 percent increase.
Thousands Of Firefighters Sue Siren Maker Over Hearing LossThousands of firefighters across the country are suing a company that makes sirens claiming the noise has caused permanent hearing damage.
I-Team: WiFi Enabled Toys Could Put Your Privacy At RiskSome of this season’s hottest toys could be exposed to hackers.
I-Team: Civil Service Reserve List Called Unfair, Waste Of Taxpayer MoneyEarning pension eligibility for time you didn’t work may sound too good to be true. But the I-Team found that is exactly what is happening at some fire departments in Massachusetts thanks to a Civil Service loophole.
What To Do During An Active Shooter SituationWatertown Police showed WBZ reporter Lauren Leamanczyk the training they give civilians.