A Buffalo native’s 25-year struggle for the recognition he knew in his heart ended in Paxton, Mass., Tuesday afternoon when a DNA test confirmed that his father is a now-deceased priest born in Lowell and buried in Tewksbury. Read More
The family of a 7-year-old boy who drowned at a Boston summer camp is suing a state agency for failing to enforce a law that is intended to keep kids safe in the water, the NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned. A lawsuit filed Read More
The suspect who is accused of firing at officers in Attleboro, Massachusetts near a church on Monday was already known to police.
Terrell Walker, who served 12 years for manslaughter after his first-degree murder conviction was overturned in the death of a Boston Police detective, has been in and out of prison for decades.
Some police departments in Massachusetts are re-evaluating their policies or looking for ways to avoid high-speed chases altogether to minimize fatal crashes and severe injuries. Read More
Victims of crashes that result from police pursuits, their families, and police themselves say that a lack of training, funding and scrutiny of pursuits is putting everyone at risk Read More
When the NBC10 Boston Investigators started asking questions about the crash, Wilmington Police Chief Michael Begonis ordered an internal review of the incident. Read More
Police, firefighters and paramedics in Massachusetts are closer to getting the help they need as some struggle with what they encounter on the job every day. A bill that has been stalled in the legislature for three years... Read More
Abuse of gabapentin is killing more people than ever before. The state medical examiner’s office ruled gabapentin as the cause of death in 52 overdoses last year, more than triple two years earlier. Read More
The Mass. Senate passed a Peer Support Bill for officers who are seeking help after suffering traumatic events in the line of duty.
From once rampant sexual harassment to their new role of eyes and ears in hallways, hotel housekeepers are revealing secrets of the job and debunking myths. Five housekeepers at downtown Chicago hotels, who asked us to only...