In a monthslong investigation, the NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned that what Lynn, Massachusetts, has failed to do has led to legal wrangling, federal intervention and decades of headaches for homeowners. Read More
If Bostonians do not shovel the sidewalk in front of their homes, they can be cited. So why isn't the city clearing the snow from public space?
With firearms flooding the streets, violence is escalating and fatal shootings are up dramatically in Boston. Read More
Shriners Hospitals for Children is partnering with local firefighters to empower children with traumatic burns through a program called Team Brave. Read More
After decades of promises to add a lane to Interstate 95, with work finally getting underway in 2003, the last stage of major construction around Route 9 and Highland Avenue is on track to wrap up in 2019. Read More
A computer system designed to prevent train crashes is still two years out from being installed on Boston’s commuter rail lines, even though a federal deadline looms next year. Read More
A 21-year-old gunman opened fire in a New Mexico high school killing two students before turning the gun on himself last week. Read More
More police officers are dying by suicide in this country than in the line of duty. They are the ones who see the most traumatic of events every day, put up the yellow tape and protect us. But while they are protecting us, who... Read More
When Auburn, Massachusetts police officer Ron Tarentino was murdered last year, it was a chilling reminder of how many stolen or lost guns are on the street in the hands of criminals. Read More
Boston is the second most rat-infested city in America behind Philadelphia, according to federal census data. And that's unlikely to change anytime soon. Read More
The white powder envelope addressed to Donald Trump Jr. that landed his wife, Vanessa, in the hospital after she opened it at her Manhattan apartment Monday contained seven short sentences and was rife with curses and insults...
It was broad daylight in midtown Manhattan when Julio Nivelo spied the prime opportunity of his decades-long career in crime – the Super Bowl, as he called it, of get-rich-quick heists. A large black pail sat in the back of...