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Karen Hensel

Karen Hensel

  • Feb 23, 2019

    Man Killed in Shootout with Boston Police Had Long Rap Sheet

    The 36-year-old man killed in a shootout with Boston police after he allegedly shot an officer during a traffic stop in Roxbury Friday morning had a long criminal history

  • Feb 22, 2019

    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 trafficking. The bust in the Sunshine State spans three counties, and police confirmed it had ties to New York and China. Todd McGhee,...

  • Feb 20, 2019

    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, pineapples, oranges, grapefruit. Unusual, because not everyone in Lawrence is so lucky. The NBC10 Boson Investigators and health reporter Kristy Lee examined new survey...

  • Feb 13, 2019

    Take Back Your Privacy: 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 we modified from the standard NBC terms. One after another, people jumped at the opportunity to be...

  • Feb 8, 2019

    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.”

  • Jan 16, 2019

    New Law Protects Privacy of First Responders Seeking Mental Health Treatment

    Massachusetts police officers and firefighters say a new bill signed into law Wednesday will allow them to ask for help and will save lives. Surrounded by first responders and lawmakers, Gov. Charlie Baker signed the bill allowing first responders to seek guidance from their peers confidentially. They say that one-on-one conversation with someone who has also been through similar experiences...

  • Jan 3, 2019

    Gov. Charlie Baker on Protecting Police From Criminals: ‘Our Work Is Not Done’

    Criminals let out of jail who go on to kill police officers became a topic at Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s inauguration on Thursday. It is an issue extensively reported by the NBC10 Boston Investigators and now Governor Baker has strong words about what police chiefs say are preventable deaths.

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