Surveillance video the NBC10 Boston Investigators obtained shows the town engineer in Hingham removing boxes from his public office building hours before town leaders placed him on paid administrative leave. Town security cameras... Read More
By law, National Grid has to repair the road to "as good a condition" as it was in before they dug it up. But, and it's a big but, they only have to fix the part of the road they worked on — no matter what the other half looks... Read More
Customers complained a moving company based in Billerica, Massachusetts, held their furniture hostage, while demanding more cash for their services. Now, some of them will be getting their money back, thanks to a legal judgment... Read More
As the National Football League season is set to kick off, new research from Harvard University is showing more evidence of the long-term dangers of the game. Certain positions on the field, and the length of a player's career... Read More
Though Massachusetts legalized recreational marijuana, the drug is still considered a controlled substance by the federal government and is illegal under federal law. "If you're on the water, then you enter our jurisdiction," said... Read More
Fallout from a federal investigation into the former head of the Massachusetts State Police union is continuing on Beacon Hill. The former president of the State Police Association of Massachusetts, Dana Pullman, was arrested... Read More
There are more than 16,000 of these dangerous-looking eyesores dotting the landscape across Massachusetts, some likely in your neighborhood. Double power poles are the result of new construction, storm damage and car accidents... Read More
The former Massachusetts State Police union boss charged by the area's United States attorney in a kickback and bribery scheme came under investigation a decade earlier for double dipping allegations, according to records obtained... Read More
Bob Lord remembers it was like being in a dream. Lord and his partner were transporting a woman to Massachusetts General Hospital to undergo a psychiatric examination. As soon as he came out of the tunnel heading downtown,... Read More
While federal authorities have declined to discuss their investigation, documents obtained by the NBC10 Boston Investigators show at least six airports received similar threats in a span of less than two hours. The first... Read More
Felony charges were filed Tuesday against prominent Democratic political activist and noted donor Ed Buck, who is accused of causing the drug overdose of a man inside his West Hollywood apartment last week, the Los Angeles...
"The best way to clear my name was to get myself out,” said Michael Robinson, who was released on parole from prison in Queens, New York, last March. Robinson, now 52, served 26 years for murdering his ex-wife Gwendolyn Samuels.
The Secret Service is purchasing Jet Skis, in part to protect President Donald Trump's family as they participate in water sports. A Secret Service purchase memo says the agency needs two Jet Skis and a trailer to “enhance...
The top prosecutor in Manhattan is warning women that if they drink to the point of intoxication, New York’s sex crime statutes may not protect them from rapists. In a 2018 letter obtained by the I-Team, District Attorney...
A former videographer for a San Diego porn company that has been accused of luring young women into appearing in sex videos admitted in court Thursday that he knowingly lied to the women. Videographer Teddy Gyi testified in...