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Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019
Stopping Fraudulent E-Money Transfers

Stopping Fraudulent E-Money Transfers

Jenny Racioppi was at a family gathering at her North Reading, Massachusetts home last November when she received a call from Bank of America, informing her of some suspicious activity on her account. That's when Racioppi noticed a Read More

Investigations
Friday, Feb 8, 2019
Light Oversight on School Time-Out Rooms Worries Parents, Advocates

Light Oversight on School Time-Out Rooms Worries Parents, Advocates

The NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned that Massachusetts schools are not required to tell parents if their child is ordered into a "time-out room." Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019
Michelle Carter Trial Prompts Need for Suicide Awareness

Michelle Carter Trial Prompts Need for Suicide Awareness

While the Michelle Carter case made national headlines, public health experts stressed that we need to be having ongoing conversations about suicide, especially as the suicide rate continues to climb. The latest figures from... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Feb 4, 2019
Costly Heating Oil Spills Leave Homeowners Devastated

Costly Heating Oil Spills Leave Homeowners Devastated

It is a construction project no homeowner wants to see: The damage and disruption of a heating oil spill cleanup. The emergency remediation typically leaves concrete basement floors pulverized as workers shovel up contaminated... Read More

Investigations
Saturday, Feb 2, 2019
Adopted Abroad, Raised in US, and Now Facing Deportation

Adopted Abroad, Raised in US, and Now Facing Deportation

An NBC Bay Area investigation has discovered tens of thousands of U.S. residents, adopted as infants from foreign countries, and raised in the United States, now face possible deportation – because they are technically not... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Jan 28, 2019
Man on Hood in Road Rage Incident Insists He Wasn't Aggressor

Man on Hood in Road Rage Incident Insists He Wasn't Aggressor

Rick Kamrowski, who was on the hood of an SUV that hit 70 mph on the Massachusetts Turnpike on Friday, sits down with NBC10 Boston. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Jan 28, 2019
Docs: Mass. Pike Road Ragers Have Had Run-Ins With Law

Docs: Mass. Pike Road Ragers Have Had Run-Ins With Law

Both men involved in a road rage incident on the Massachusetts Turnpike Friday afternoon have histories with law enforcement, according to documents from multiple states. Mark Fitzgerald, 37, and Richard Kamrowski, 65, both claim... Read More

Investigations
Friday, Jan 25, 2019
'I Was Devastated': Sex Abuse Victim After Judge Drops Case

'I Was Devastated': Sex Abuse Victim After Judge Drops Case

Jamie Forbes’ initial hesitation to come forward encapsulates why thousands of sexual abuse victims stay silent for decades or their entire lives. After recently coming forward, accusing a former teacher at Massachusetts'... Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Jan 24, 2019
Text About Human Trafficking in Cambridge Debunked

Text About Human Trafficking in Cambridge Debunked

A viral text message and social media post about a human trafficking ring targeting women in the greater Boston area has been making the rounds. NBC 10 Boston has been investigaitng the message's claim. Ally Donnelly reports on their findings. 

Investigations
Thursday, Jan 24, 2019
Lawmaker Proposes Holding Pay for Investigated State Workers

Lawmaker Proposes Holding Pay for Investigated State Workers

A Massachusetts lawmaker is taking action in the wake of an NBC10 Boston Investigators report, which showed how state troopers caught up in the overtime scandal cashed in on a taxpayer-funded perk on their way out the door. Read More

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    Cutting-edge research is revealing new ways to potentially prevent violent acts, including mass shootings, years before the thought of violence ever crosses the minds of murderers. A study of roughly 1,000 prisoners revealed...

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