I-Team: RMV Takes Responsibility For Rocky Rollout Of New Inspection ProgramIn a change of tune, the head of the Registry of Motor Vehicles admitted to state lawmakers on Tuesday that the state agency misfired during the rollout of a new vehicle inspection program.
I-Team: Convicted Quincy Cop Received Payout Before PrisonA former Quincy police lieutenant convicted of “double dipping” began a one-year sentence in federal prison on Thursday.
World War II Memorial Defaced By VandalsTwo vandals with a fire extinguisher defaced a World War II Iwo Jima Memorial.
Newton Police Buried With Leaf Blower ComplaintsSince new leaf blower restrictions took effect this year, Newton police have received hundreds of complaints from residents.
I-Team: South Boston Condo Property Manager Accused Of Taking $200K In Missing Funds The trustees of a South Boston condo association are scrambling to pay the bills after they say a former property manager disappeared with an estimated $200,000 of funds.
I-Team: New England Psychiatrist With Troubling History Has License SuspendedThe medical license of a New England psychiatrist with a lengthy history of disciplinary action has been immediately suspended, the WBZ I-Team has learned.
I-Team: Massachusetts Drivers In Minor Fender-Benders Hit With Shady Insurance SurchargesThere is supposed to be a law in place to make sure insurance companies don’t jack up premiums after minor accidents.
I-Team: WWII Vet Mistakenly Billed $4K For Medical Care, Revealing VA ProblemSeveral years since implementation, the WBZ-TV I-Team found the Veterans Choice program administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) continues to have issues.
I-Team: Gov. Baker Responds To Complaints About New Vehicle Inspection SystemGov. Charlie Baker told WBZ-TV the system is “working,” but acknowledged there is room for improvement.
I-Team: Bumps In The Road For State’s New Vehicle Inspection ProgramIt was a frustrating day for some drivers trying to get new inspection systems on their cars.
Vigil Honors Murdered Teacher, Victims Of Domestic ViolenceThe murder of a school teacher in her Revere home prompted the vigil.
I-Team: Thousands Of Customers Will Get Refunds Over Lawn Company’s Harassing Debt CollectionA lawn care company will pay refunds to thousands of customers for abusive and illegal debt collection practices, according to the Massachusetts Attorney General.
Mother Of Opioid Overdose Victim Warns Of Unregulated Sober HousesUnregulated sober houses have been popping up all over the Cape Cod Community, often with little notice.
Norton Residents Sick Of Dirty, Brown WaterMany Norton residents are forced to buy bottled water because the water coming through their faucets is brown.
I-Team: How The Lottery Botched $758.7 Million Powerball AnnouncementThe Massachusetts State Lottery is reviewing its operations after the agency mistakenly announced the wrong store had sold the record-setting $758.7 million Powerball ticket in August.