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Friday, Feb 22, 2019
Kraft Charges Put Spotlight on Human Trafficking

Kraft Charges Put Spotlight on Human Trafficking

Florida law enforcement officials say New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is one of hundreds of men accused of allegedly soliciting prostitution as a result of a recent sting they say contributes to the world of sex... Read More

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Thursday, Feb 21, 2019
Where You Live Could Impact Your Unhealthy Behaviors

Where You Live Could Impact Your Unhealthy Behaviors

A neighborhood in Brockton has the highest smoking rate in Massachusetts, and its residents are also the most sleep-deprived, according to the findings from the Center for Disease Control’s “500 Cities Project,” which measured... Read More

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Wednesday, Feb 20, 2019
Limited Access to Healthy Food Impacts Certain Neighborhoods

Limited Access to Healthy Food Impacts Certain Neighborhoods

Walk into Mello's Market, a bodega in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and you are immediately greeted with a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. Co-owner Juan Checo will point it out for customers, an unusual range of bananas... Read More

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Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019
Your Neighborhood Could Be Harming Your Mental Health

Your Neighborhood Could Be Harming Your Mental Health

The cold cement steps at St. Therese's in New Bedford, Massachusetts, is where Steve Viveiros hit bottom. With a little roof, the alcove outside the front door allowed him to sleep sheltered from the weather. Long closed, Read More

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Monday, Feb 18, 2019
Your Neighborhood Could Be Harming Your Health

Your Neighborhood Could Be Harming Your Health

It’s a ride Massachusetts State Representative Liz Miranda (D-Dorchester) knows well. "I’ve taken it my whole life,” she said. Lives that can often be cut short depending on where you live along the bus route. "You have that the... Read More

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Thursday, Feb 14, 2019
Take Back Your Privacy: Hiding Your Digital Footprints

Take Back Your Privacy: Hiding Your Digital Footprints

Like many of us, the internet has become inextricably woven into the fabric of Kristi Johnson’s life. The Framingham mom said she has noticed that a sweater or pair of slippers she browsed on one website pop up in ads on Read More

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Wednesday, Feb 13, 2019
Reading Terms of Service Agreements on New Apps, Software

Reading Terms of Service Agreements on New Apps, Software

Every app or piece of software comes with one: a long list of conditions, the company’s terms of service. We set up in Boston's Copley Square, offering people the chance to be on TV, but only after they agreed to our terms, which... Read More

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Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019
Stopping Fraudulent E-Money Transfers

Stopping Fraudulent E-Money Transfers

Jenny Racioppi was at a family gathering at her North Reading, Massachusetts home last November when she received a call from Bank of America, informing her of some suspicious activity on her account. That's when Racioppi noticed a Read More

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Friday, Feb 8, 2019
Light Oversight on School Time-Out Rooms Worries Parents, Advocates

Light Oversight on School Time-Out Rooms Worries Parents, Advocates

The NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned that Massachusetts schools are not required to tell parents if their child is ordered into a "time-out room." Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019
Michelle Carter Trial Prompts Need for Suicide Awareness

Michelle Carter Trial Prompts Need for Suicide Awareness

While the Michelle Carter case made national headlines, public health experts stressed that we need to be having ongoing conversations about suicide, especially as the suicide rate continues to climb. The latest figures from... Read More

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