I-Team: Environmental Scientists Say New Gas Pipelines Won’t Make Us SaferEven with the installation of new gas lines, the potential for dangerous and explosive gas leaks still exists.
I-Team: Police Raise Questions About Former Foxboro Selectman's PastAs a Former Foxboro selectman is heading to court Thursday on indecent assault charges, some are raising questions about his past.
I-Team: 9 Arrested At Encore Boston Harbor CasinoFor the second time in nearly a month a brawl at Encore Boston Harbor casino led to several arrests.
I-Team: Skyrocketing Trampoline Park Injuries Keep First Responders BusyAs trampoline park injuries across the country skyrocket, WBZ’s I-Team found calls to Massachusetts Fire Departments are also jumping.
I-Team: Restaurant Grease Fires Still A Threat In Boston, 12 Years After Fatal FireAfter a restaurant grease fire killed 2 Boston firefighters in 2007, the I-Team found the fires keep happening, despite stricter regulations.
I-Team: Video Captures Police Demanding To Enter Framingham Home Without WarrantVideo captured police knocking on Antoinette Callahan’s door and demanding to come in and secure the home. The officers admitted they didn’t have a warrant.
I-Team: Startling Number Of House-Arrestees Escape GPS Ankle BraceletsNearly 8,000 people in Massachusetts are avoiding lockup by being on house arrest with electronic monitoring instead.
I-Team: Winthrop Ferry Commuters Left High And DryIt was billed as a comfortable way for Winthrop commuters to avoid rush hour traffic. However, for more than six weeks, their million-dollar ferry has been out of commission.
I-Team: Boston Police Body Cameras Video Is Blurred - On PurposeWBZ-TV’s I-Team was the first to get ahold of footage from the first moments Boston police officers strapped the cameras to their uniforms.
I-Team: Family Calls For New Safety Regulations After Girl Suffers Brain Injury On Carnival RideA Westford family is calling for new safety regulations after they say their daughter suffered a debilitating injury on a popular ride.
I-Team: Harvard Students Say World-Class School Has World-Class #MeToo Problem