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Tuesday, Jun 19, 2018
History of Complaints at Building That Partially Collapsed

History of Complaints at Building That Partially Collapsed

A building partially collapsed in Boston on Tuesday afternoon, and our NBC10 Boston Investigators found the property has a long and troubled history. Read More

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Monday, Jun 11, 2018
Waiting for Justice: Atlantic Drain Owner in Trouble Again

Waiting for Justice: Atlantic Drain Owner in Trouble Again

Kevin Otto, the former owner of Atlantic Drain currently awaiting trial on manslaughter charges related to the deaths of two of his employees, has been charged with multiple unrelated crimes and is driving with a revoked license... Read More

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Wednesday, Jun 6, 2018
Father of Late Football Player Suing Helmet Maker

Father of Late Football Player Suing Helmet Maker

An Ohio dad is the first to sue the manufacturers of football helmets over the death of his son.

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Monday, Jun 4, 2018
Chief Concerns: 3 Mass. Police Chiefs Calling for Change

Chief Concerns: 3 Mass. Police Chiefs Calling for Change

Three Massachusetts police chiefs are calling on state leaders to reexamine key parts of the state judicial system nearly two months after a violent criminal with a long record was accused of killing a Yarmouth police officer. Read More

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Thursday, May 24, 2018
Are Massachusetts Schools Any Safer Since Newtown?

Are Massachusetts Schools Any Safer Since Newtown?

There have been 152 shootings since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in 2012, according to the Gun Violence Archive. After that shooting, then-Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick convened a task force to... Read More

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Friday, May 25, 2018
First Responder Peer Support Bill Passes Mass. Senate

First Responder Peer Support Bill Passes Mass. Senate

A bill the could save the lives of first responders in Massachusetts is one step closer to becoming law. The Senate has approved the First Responder Peer Support Bill which would allow first responders to ask for help from their peers, as opposed to a counselor or a supervisor, with confidentiality. The bill, which moved forward with the help of Senator Karen Spilka, still needs final approval.

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Monday, May 21, 2018
Trooper Accused of Being Drunk on the Job Has Long History

Trooper Accused of Being Drunk on the Job Has Long History

A Massachusetts State Police trooper relieved of duty after being accused of being drunk at work is back on the job, and the NBC10 Boston Investigators found dozens of internal affairs investigations in the 17-year veteran’s... Read More

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Monday, May 14, 2018
Cash Landing: Customs Seized $2M at Local Ports in 2017

Cash Landing: Customs Seized $2M at Local Ports in 2017

Hundreds of thousands of dollars fly in and out of Logan International Airport every day. Customs and Border Patrol agents eye passengers boarding and exiting planes, looking for specific behaviors that can indicate someone... Read More

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Under Pressure: Steam Pipe System Draws Scrutiny

Under Pressure: Steam Pipe System Draws Scrutiny

Is enough being done to monitor the steam pipe system in Boston and Cambridge? Ally Donnelly investigates. Read More

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Monday, May 7, 2018
In the Shadow of Tragedy: Cop's Death Hits Officers Hard

In the Shadow of Tragedy: Cop's Death Hits Officers Hard

Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon was killed serving a warrant in Barnstable last month. Two other officers backed Gannon up on the call. Numerous others responded after Gannon was shot. As the media noise fades, the radio... Read More

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