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Rising Drug-Related Crashes Raise Need for Roadside Tests

Rising Drug-Related Crashes Raise Need for Roadside Tests

The number of people dying in drug-related crashes is skyrocketing according to recent data from the Governor’s Highway Safety Administration. Police worry -- if they can’t get some help -- it’s only going to get worse. Read More

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Investigations
Wednesday, Jan 16, 2019
New Law Protects First Responders Seeking Treatment

New Law Protects First Responders Seeking Treatment

Massachusetts police officers and firefighters say a new bill signed into law Wednesday will allow them to ask for help and will save lives. Surrounded by first responders and lawmakers, Gov. Charlie Baker signed the bill allowing... Read More

Investigations
Friday, Jan 11, 2019
Emergency Calls Open Window to Town Response to Explosions

Emergency Calls Open Window to Town Response to Explosions

Months after natural gas explosions rocked three Massachusetts communities, audio transmissions from one police department calling for backup have been released. North Andover police hopped from fire to fire, gas leak to gas leak,... Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Jan 2, 2019
Judge Dismisses Child Rape Charges Against Former Teacher

Judge Dismisses Child Rape Charges Against Former Teacher

A judge has dismissed child rape charges against a former Milton Academy teacher accused of molesting a student in the 1980s. Reynold Buono, 72, was returned to the U.S. from Thailand to face charges including rape of a child and... Read More

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Thursday, Jan 3, 2019
Baker on Protecting Police: 'Our Work Is Not Done'

Baker on Protecting Police: 'Our Work Is Not Done'

Criminals let out of jail who go on to kill police officers became a topic at Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker's inauguration on Thursday. It is an issue extensively reported by the NBC10 Boston Investigators and now Governor... Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Dec 20, 2018
Gas Crisis Fallout: Unprecedented Move Could Put Public at Risk

Gas Crisis Fallout: Unprecedented Move Could Put Public at Risk

National Grid’s intense labor dispute, along with the state’s ban on non-emergency work, has created chaos for builders, struggling to complete projects without gas line connections. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Dec 27, 2018
Lawmaker Pushes New Gas Legislation Over Whistleblower Claim

Lawmaker Pushes New Gas Legislation Over Whistleblower Claim

A gas safety bill is one step closer to reality in Massachusetts. Legislation requiring a verified engineer to approve all natural gas work passed the state Senate Thursday, but after an NBC10 Boston Investigators report... Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Dec 20, 2018
Mental Health Support Bill for First Responders to be Law

Mental Health Support Bill for First Responders to be Law

Less than two weeks after the Worcester Fire Department dealt with the death of firefighter Christopher Roy, a bill to help first responders receive mental health support in Massachusetts was passed in the House on Thursday. The... Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Dec 19, 2018
National Grid Moratorium Is Gone, Developers Still in Cold

National Grid Moratorium Is Gone, Developers Still in Cold

The state Department of Public Utilities lifted the moratorium on gas work by National Grid Wednesday morning, allowing workers to once again perform routine installations and upkeep. The state says they hope this will help... Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Dec 18, 2018
Markey Promises Hearings on Columbia Whistleblower’s Claims

Markey Promises Hearings on Columbia Whistleblower’s Claims

Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) promised Congressional hearings into whether Columbia Gas ignored warnings from a longtime employee that, if heeded, could have prevented the explosions in the Lawrence area, in response to an... Read More

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