Time-stamped photos provided to NBC10 Boston showed two Hingham, Massachusetts, employees working in Quincy on a variety of different days. Was it a case of double-dipping? Read More
The city of Boston is making significant changes to its parking app after the NBC10 Boston Investigators highlighted drivers getting over-meter limit parking tickets after they insist they moved their cars on time. Mayor... Read More
More questionable nonprofits could slip past federal oversight as Internal Revenue Service staff and budget cuts reduce investigations, charity experts worry. The nonprofit at the center of the college admissions scandal,... Read More
A Massachusetts woman believes the legal system is letting her down, thanks to a controversial courtroom decision by a Boston judge. Eve Dougherty said her trusted housekeeper cleaned out her bank account but discovered the... Read More
In the wake of a deadly 2014 blaze in Boston's Back Bay, investigators found that the intensity of the heat from the fire burned through the firefighters' hose. Teams at Worcester Polytechnic Institute are studying the attack hose... Read More
Some drivers in Boston are getting slapped with parking tickets even when, by the city’s own admission, they did nothing wrong. Boston city leaders said the problem is unfair and vowed to fix it. That promise was in response to an Read More
Tens of thousands of veterans and service members stationed at military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan say exposure to trash fires or “burn pits” has left them with breathing problems and other chronic illnesses, including Read More
Katherine Hamelin noticed something was wrong as she walked up the driveway to her Sutton, Massachusetts home in February 2018. She could detect the odor of oil in the air. Hamelin immediately headed down to her basement... Read More
A Massachusetts lawmaker is taking action with a proposed fix to the headaches caused by license plate confusion. The response comes in the wake of a series of NBC10 Boston Investigators reports, which showed how frustrated... Read More
Public housing officials in Salem, Massachusetts, formally voted Wednesday night to cancel the use of $5,000 in public funds that would have been used on a private retirement party for its outgoing executive director. The... 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.