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Student Loan Crisis: Company Accused of Predatory Practices

Student Loan Crisis: Company Accused of Predatory Practices

In the eight years since graduating college, the sales manager has paid more than $58,000 on her student loans. However, less than half of that has put a dent in the principal she owes, a balance that still looms at more than... Read More

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Investigations
Thursday, Nov 8, 2018
2008 Case Shows Flaws in State’s Sexual Harassment Laws

2008 Case Shows Flaws in State’s Sexual Harassment Laws

Two women embroiled in a sexual harassment case say the system meant to protect them ultimately shunned them. For nearly 20 years, the Massachusetts State Police considered Anne Marie LaFauci a model employee. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Nov 6, 2018
Broken Voting Machines, Long Lines Reported at Polls

Broken Voting Machines, Long Lines Reported at Polls

Watchdog groups in Massachusetts reported Tuesday the election was going smoothly, for the most part, in the Commonwealth by mid-afternoon. There were minor issues with voting machines breaking down in Boston, Lawrence and... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Oct 29, 2018
Taking a Toll: More Mysterious E-ZPass Charges

Taking a Toll: More Mysterious E-ZPass Charges

Will Reinertson owns a landscaping business and pays extra money every year to secure reserve low-number commercial plates for his company vehicles. However, the Hopkinton business owner recently noticed a bunch of mysterious... Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Oct 25, 2018
Troopers Collect Huge Payouts While Under OT Investigation

Troopers Collect Huge Payouts While Under OT Investigation

Despite criminal charges of stealing public funds, troopers caught up in the widespread overtime scandal at Massachusetts State Police cashed in on a nice taxpayer-funded perk, the NBC10 Boston Investigators discovered. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Oct 18, 2018
'State Government Blew It': Lawmaker on Gas Oversight

'State Government Blew It': Lawmaker on Gas Oversight

To Hubeny and some others, the Springfield blast, the explosions that rocked the Merrimack Valley last month, and others suggest a pattern of oversight from the state agency in charge of ensuring the safety of the state’s... Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Oct 9, 2018
Mysterious Charges Showing Up on Drivers’ EZPass Accounts

Mysterious Charges Showing Up on Drivers’ EZPass Accounts

The low-number license plate on Jeanne Farrow’s vehicle is like a family heirloom. The Nahant driver estimates her father first got the plate about 70 years ago, before eventually passing it along to her. However, Farrow... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Oct 1, 2018
Abandoned Zombie Houses Haunt Mass., Burden Taxpayers

Abandoned Zombie Houses Haunt Mass., Burden Taxpayers

Properties have been abandoned for one reason or another, with owners unable or unwilling to fix them. They can be fire hazards, devolve into drug dens or become a magnet for crime. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Sep 27, 2018
Senators Address Firefighter Gear With Possible Carcinogens

Senators Address Firefighter Gear With Possible Carcinogens

Two New England senators are calling for at least some firefighter protective turnout gear to be replaced because of potentially carcinogenic chemicals. Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Sep 26, 2018
Boston Taxpayers Shell Out $5M to Employees on Paid Leave

Boston Taxpayers Shell Out $5M to Employees on Paid Leave

A Boston community center director is heading back to work after spending more than two years on paid administrative leave, the NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned. Read More

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