I-Team: Contractor Still In Business After Ripping Off Clients In Mass., R.I.A contractor was able to set up shop in Massachusetts after leaving a long trail of unfinished jobs and unpaid fines in Rhode Island.
I-Team: Lawmakers Not Paying Fair Share At The TollsThe I-Team has discovered Massachusetts lawmakers using a special E-ZPass transponder to get a free ride.
Wellesley Residents Worried About 47-Acre Land Sale Forty seven acres of open space is now being sold by Wellesley College and there are plenty of bidders including the town of Wellesley itself.
I-Team: GPS May Be Contributing To Truck CrashesThe I-Team obtained documents from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation showing oversize trucks have slammed into bridges 80 times since 2011.
I-Team: Cancer Research In Jeopardy After Alleged Misuse Of FundsMillions of dollars in federal grant money that was supposed to go to cancer research is missing.
I-Team: Boston Families Stuck With Big Bills After Sewage BackupA broken pipe in Allston sent raw sewerage spewing into the basements of several homes. And this didn’t happen just once.
New MBTA Stop Part Of Massive Somerville ProjectLocated just a few hundred yards from the new “T” stop is Assembly Row, a $1.5 billion multi-use project
I-Team: City Taking Drastic Legal Action Against Boston LandlordCity officials may take control of buildings owned by a Boston landlord they consider the worst of the worst.
Ice Bucket Challenge Money To Go To Research, Education, Administrative CostsThe ALS organization has raised a record $53.3. million. That's compared to $2.2 million raised last year during the same time.
Boston Schools Struggling To Fill Teacher Jobs As First Day ApproachesThe clock to fill more than 120 open jobs is ticking.
I-Team: Medicare Patients Unable To Get Wheelchairs FixedA system designed to save taxpayer money is backfiring on Medicare patients.
Market Basket Shoppers Find New StoresCustomers are a big part of the Market Basket boycott. They are going out of their way to get groceries.
VA Gets Billions To Fix ProblemsLawmakers in Washington D.C. just reached a $17 billion dollar bi-partisan deal to fix problems.
Tobin Bridge Tolls Now All ElectronicThe bridge's cashless, all-electronic tolling system was activated just after midnight Monday.
Family Member: Lowell Victims Had Large Number Of Fireworks In ApartmentMiddlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan promises a "long and thorough review" of the Lowell apartment building fire that killed seven people.