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Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Hidden in Plain Sight: Massage Parlors Selling Sex in Massachusetts

Hidden in Plain Sight: Massage Parlors Selling Sex in Massachusetts

They are near pizza shops, coffee shops and schools — massage parlors that are offering more than just a massage. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says they are in the business of selling sex. Patriots owner Robert... Read More

Investigations
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Going Nowhere: Boston by Way of Bus

Going Nowhere: Boston by Way of Bus

The MBTA bus system has been long-neglected and advocates say poor and black riders have been hurt the most. Some call it a civil rights issue and say changes must come fast.

Investigations
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Students Being Physically Restrained In Massachusetts Schools

Students Being Physically Restrained In Massachusetts Schools

Students in schools throughout Massachusetts are being physically restrained, held down for several minutes at a time, by teachers, staff or safety officers. The NBC10 Boston Investigators reviewed the Massachusetts Department of... Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Apr 30, 2019
Investigation of Town Employees Possibly Double-Dipping

Investigation of Town Employees Possibly Double-Dipping

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

Investigations
Monday, Apr 1, 2019
Boston Fixes Parking App After Drivers Get Stuck With Bogus Tickets

Boston Fixes Parking App After Drivers Get Stuck With Bogus Tickets

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

Investigations
Friday, Apr 12, 2019
Experts: Budget, Staff Cuts at IRS Could Lead to More Nonprofit Fraud

Experts: Budget, Staff Cuts at IRS Could Lead to More Nonprofit Fraud

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

Investigations
Tuesday, Apr 2, 2019
Courtroom Controversy: Housekeeper Accused of Stealing $72K Disappears

Courtroom Controversy: Housekeeper Accused of Stealing $72K Disappears

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

Investigations
Friday, Mar 29, 2019
Still No Testing Code to Stop Burned Fire Hoses

Still No Testing Code to Stop Burned Fire Hoses

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

Investigations
Wednesday, Mar 27, 2019
Mayor Walsh on Boston Parking Ticket Errors: 'We'll Fix It'

Mayor Walsh on Boston Parking Ticket Errors: 'We'll Fix It'

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

Investigations
Thursday, Mar 21, 2019
From Service to Sick: The Effects of Veterans' Exposure to Burn Pits

From Service to Sick: The Effects of Veterans' Exposure to Burn Pits

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

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  • An Old Pipe Caused a Massive Blast. Then Came the Acid Leak

    Thousands of pounds of deadly hydrofluoric acid escaped into the atmosphere following the massive June 21 blast at the now-shuttered gas refinery in South Philadelphia, according to a new federal report.

  • California Regulator Orders PG&E to Fix Power Shutoff Plan

    The head of California's Public Utilities Commission on Monday ordered PG&E to revamp its power shutdown program to avoid the kind of chaos and breakdowns that were evident in last week’s planned blackouts. The power shutdown...

  • Elder Abuse Cases Likely to Remain 'Open' Investigations

    Every year more than 9,000 cases of elder abuse are reported in San Diego County and data shows the crime is often underreported and difficult to fight in court, leaving a majority of cases "open" investigations. Experts...

  • ICE Agents Violate Rules That Protect Immigrant Vets

    Even though the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency has policies in place that can protect immigrant U.S. veterans from deportation, NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned that ICE officials have not regularly...

  • Delta Employee Arrested in $250,000 Heist at JFK Airport

    A Delta Airlines employee has been arrested in connection with the case of $250,000 in cash that apparently vanished from John F. Kennedy Airport as it was being transferred onto one of the airline's flights en route to Florida, a...

  • Brain Exams Aim to Predict Violent Behavior, Stop Killers

    Cutting-edge research is revealing new ways to potentially prevent violent acts, including mass shootings, years before the thought of violence ever crosses the minds of murderers. A study of roughly 1,000 prisoners revealed...

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  • Uniquely Boston: The Public Garden's Squirrel Whisperer

    Claudia Biddle-Travis is way more than just a friend to the squirrels of Boston Public Garden. They share a special bond. They come when she calls the names she's given them, like Miss Rue, Blanca and Willsy. She can identify them

  • Inmate's Letter on Social Security Error: 'We Make Mistakes'

    A piece of mail postmarked from the Pondville Correctional Center in Norfolk arrived at our station on Friday. It's not uncommon for our investigative unit to receive mail from prison. Inmates regularly write to reporters, arguing...

  • Vt. High School Athletes Score With Equal Pay Push

    A girls' high school varsity soccer team in Vermont is taking a page out of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team's playbook, by mixing sports and social activism. "We want to show that we're all going to stand behind this...