I-Team: State Lawmaker Calls For Change To Free Parking Benefit To Curb Handicap Placard AbuseAfter a WBZ I-Team investigation exposed rampant abuse of handicap placards, a state lawmaker said it is time to change the benefit that allows people to park for free at metered spots all day.
Cape Cod Lawmakers Question Justice System’s Handling of Accused Cop KillerCape Cod lawmakers want answers about how the criminal justice system handled the career criminal accused of killing a Yarmouth police officer.
I-Team: Slain Yarmouth Cop Faced Accused Killer In Court, Testified In Dismissed CaseBefore he was shot and killed in the line of duty, Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon had already faced the career criminal now charged with his murder.
Three Conn. School Administrators Arrested In Student "Fight Club" CaseA high school principal, assistant principal, and superintendent were arrested after not reporting a student "fight club" at their school.
I-Team: Mistaken Identity Causes Bureaucratic Nightmares For DriversCongressman Michael Capuano said a Newburyport driver’s experience of mistaken identity reveals ongoing problems with the federal database.
Donation Jar For Elderly Veteran In Puerto Rico StolenA Lawrence business raised hundreds for a veteran in Puerto Rico whose home was heavily damaged after hurricanes battered the island.
Boston Mayor’s Aides Return to Work, Paid Leave Costs Taxpayers $410KTwo high-ranking aides to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh have quietly returned to their jobs at City Hall.
MBTA Garage Improvements Kicked Into High Gear After I-Team Investigation, Emails RevealThe MBTA has implemented changes to improve traffic flow at one of its busiest parking garages in Westwood.
I-Team: Abrupt State Police Retirements Net $465K In Unused Vacation, Sick TimeThe abrupt retirements of four high-ranking leaders with the Massachusetts State Police will cost taxpayers about $465,000 for unused vacation and sick time, the WBZ I-Team has learned.
Call For Action Team Investigates Extended Warranty For Old TechnologyLinda Hebert called WBZ-TV's Call For Action after she found out her elderly neighbor was still being asked to purchase an extended warranty on a TV he bought in 2002.
Lawsuit Details Sexual Harassment Claims Against Former Boston HHS Chief Felix ArroyoA woman accused Felix Arroyo, the City of Boston’s former chief of the Health and Human Services, of repeated sexual harassment, according to a lawsuit.
I-Team: Revere High-Rise Buildings With No Working Elevators Prompt Court ActionSafety concerns over several Revere high-rise apartment buildings with no working elevators reached a tipping point in a Boston housing courtroom on Friday.