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
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez suffered severe damage to parts of the brain that play an important role in memory, impulse control and behavior, a researcher who studied his brain said Thursday. Dr. Read More
The ads on Facebook bought by Russian-controlled groups included an East Boston shooting, but the facts were not correct.
For many, the holidays mean travel. The NBC Boston Investigators crunched the numbers to see how big a headache flying in and out of Boston will be this year. Read More
The death of a boy killed in New York after a soccer goal fell on top of him last month is renewing the call for tougher safety regulations. Read More
A federal judge has ruled two mothers who want to hold Pop Warner liable for brain injuries that led to the deaths of their sons can take their lawsuit to trial. The lawsuit is seeking class action status which means it could eventually cover millions of young kids who played Pop Warner football.
The family of a drive-by shooting victim had a claim for funeral compensation rejected multiple times because of an initial witness report that he was dealing drugs. The Massachusetts Attorney General's Office approved it after NBC... Read More
A survey of self-reporting found over 4,400 concussions in Massachusetts students last year. What school your child attends could determine if and how your child will be diagnosed with a concussion. Read More
A tearful reunion posted on Facebook may have cost seven Massachusetts police officers their deployment to Puerto Rico. 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...