After the murder of Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon in April, the NBC10 Boston Investigators took the lead immediately, examining the system that let yet another violent criminal out on the streets. Read More
A one-time teacher at an elite Massachusetts boarding school has been returned to the U.S. from Thailand to face child rape charges involving one former student. Read More
A former teacher at an elite Massachusetts boarding school has been returned from Thailand to face child rape charges. Read More
A quarter-century ago, Jim Graham’s aunt pushed a small obituary across the table. His mother had just died, and he had started hearing the whispers, that the man who raised him was not his father. Read More
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
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
An Ohio dad is the first to sue the manufacturers of football helmets over the death of his son.
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
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
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.
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...
Tamara Breeden spent 10 years captive in what came to be known as Philadelphia’s basement of horrors. Her body still bears the scars. Born developmentally disabled, Breeden was forced to urinate in a bucket and then empty...