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.
I-Team: Convicted Quincy Cop’s Pension StrippedA former Quincy police officer convicted of ripping off taxpayers by “double dipping” is now really paying the price for his crime.
I-Team: Thieves Steal Identities Using New Address ScamThieves are finding a new way to steal your identity with a simple trip to the post office in person or online.
I-Team: State Shuts Down Elevators At Revere High RisesThe state determined the elevators at Water's Edge were unsafe and shut them down.
I-Team: Beware Copyright Letters That Demand Money For Photos Posted OnlineThis might make you think twice the next time you pluck a photo from the internet with a simple “right click” and post it to your blog or business web site.
I-Team: City Councilor Calls For Change To Law That Allows Free Parking With Handicap PlacardsAfter a WBZ I-Team investigation exposed rampant abuse of handicap parking in downtown Boston, a city leader is calling for a change to the state law that allows drivers with disability placards to park free at meters all day.
I-Team: Drivers Cheat The System, Misuse Handicap Placards To Park For Free In BostonThe WBZ I-Team repeatedly observed how some drivers are using someone else’s handicap placard to park for free at meters all day.
I-Team: Drivers Hit With Bogus Fines In License Plate ConfusionLicense plate confusion is creating a nightmare for some Massachusetts drivers.
I-Team: Designer Finally Pays Back Boston Youth Nonprofit, Podcast SilencedA well-known, but now disgraced, interior designer has finally paid back a Dorchester nonprofit that serves low-income kids.
I-Team: Consumer Complaints Prompt Call For Oversight of Solar IndustryThis is an issue the I-Team has been tracking, from customers who paid thousands of dollars to a New England company and got nothing in return, to solar leases that held up home sales.
I-Team: MBTA Commuters Sprint To Their Cars To Avoid Garage Gridlock As soon as the train stops at the platform, the doors open, and the race begins.
Surveillance Video Captures WBZ Reporter's Reaction To Vikings' VictoryWhile Patriots fans are enjoying the familiar thrill of heading into the AFC Championship Game, one fan in New England is pinching himself.
I-Team: Sunroof Explosion Prompts Weymouth Woman To Demand Safer MaterialsThere have been hundreds, if not thousands of complaints of exploding sunroofs.