You've probably seen the advertisements: Go to findmassmoney.com, type in your name and see if you're owed cash. Much of the money is owed to individuals. But public entities also have thousands' worth of taxpayer dollars... Read More
Electric scooters are sweeping the nation and starting to pop up in greater Boston. But when you grab the handlebars and hit the road, what happens if something goes wrong? What if you get hurt, or hurt someone else? The... Read More
Electric scooters are flooding cities across the country, and a few suburbs right here in Massachusetts. But as their numbers grow, so does the controversy around how to safely regulate a new mode of transportation. Read More
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
Thousands of pounds of deadly hydrofluoric acid escaped into the atmosphere following the massive June 21 blast at the now-shuttered gas refinery in South Philadelphia, according to a new federal report.
The head of California's Public Utilities Commission on Monday ordered PG&E to revamp its power shutdown program to avoid the kind of chaos and breakdowns that were evident in last week’s planned blackouts. The power shutdown...
Every year more than 9,000 cases of elder abuse are reported in San Diego County and data shows the crime is often underreported and difficult to fight in court, leaving a majority of cases "open" investigations. Experts...
Even though the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency has policies in place that can protect immigrant U.S. veterans from deportation, NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned that ICE officials have not regularly...
A Delta Airlines employee has been arrested in connection with the case of $250,000 in cash that apparently vanished from John F. Kennedy Airport as it was being transferred onto one of the airline's flights en route to Florida, a...
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...
Striking photos show a wood chipper in the middle of a living room in Mendon, Massachusetts.