In Boston, two women were abducted within two months, both leaving local bars. Only one survived. The reports of the two cases that left two men charged with kidnapping within weeks of each other sent chills throughout Boston... Read More
Gov. Phil Scott has signed a bill aimed at getting Vermont veterans who have served overseas to sign up on a national registry that tracks symptoms of those who have suffered from burn bit exposure. The bill requires the... Read More
The leader of the agency that operates the Amtrak Downeaster service from Maine to Boston provided a letter to customers on Tuesday, acknowledging the train is not providing the desired experience for its passengers. However, the... Read More
Commuting into downtown Boston can be physically and emotionally challenging under normal circumstances. But these are anything but normal times for Maggie Kent and her husband, Gordon. Every day, the Bradford, Massachusetts... Read More
Federal and state investigators are now taking a closer look at double dipping allegations in the Town of Hingham, multiple sources tell the NBC10 Boston Investigators. Read More
Delta employees are speaking out after the company’s new uniforms have given some employees rashes and breathing problems. The airline unveiled its new line of uniforms for its employees last May. Read More
It's the law in Massachusetts: If you're a public employee who's convicted of a crime related to your job, you risk losing your taxpayer-funded pension. It might sound like a simple concept. However, a high-stakes legal... Read More
CBD is everywhere. The naturally occurring compound is a hemp derivative. Early research suggests it may be an effective treatment for a variety of ailments. Many who currently use it for issues ranging from anxiety and depression... Read More
Whether it’s a news story you hear on almost a daily basis, or an alarming letter you receive in the mail from your bank, one thing is clear: Cyber criminals are trying to steal our personal information. Read More
The wife of a former Massachusetts firefighter who developed prostate cancer is taking her concerns about the safety of his firefighting gear to Capitol Hill this week. "We are meeting with our elected officials asking them... Read More
The top prosecutor in Manhattan is warning women that if they drink to the point of intoxication, New York’s sex crime statutes may not protect them from rapists. In a 2018 letter obtained by the I-Team, District Attorney...
A former videographer for a San Diego porn company that has been accused of luring young women into appearing in sex videos admitted in court Thursday that he knowingly lied to the women. Videographer Teddy Gyi testified in...
Federal police officers arrested a Silver Spring, Maryland, woman suspected of attempting to steal sensitive medical specimens and equipment from the clinical center of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
Back in 2007, PG&E hired a low-key outsider, Ed Salas, to help assess the risks it faced. Although he lacked engineering experience, Salas had a background evaluating corporate risks in the telecommunications industry. When he got
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Angel Reinosa fabricated a claim that he was shot Wednesday afternoon while standing in the parking lot of the Lancaster Sheriff's station, department officials announced Saturday night. Reinosa...
A former associate administrator at the U.S. General Services Administration had sex with a White House staffer in his government office and on the roof of the agency's northwest D.C. headquarters, an internal investigation...
The woman who accused Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown of raping her last year is set to meet with NFL investigators Monday, a day after the athlete made his debut with the Super Bowl champions. Brown’s former trainer Britney...
We may finally understand Monday what caused an MBTA Red Line train to derail in June as officials with the service expect to meet with Department of Transportation authorities.