The 22News I-Team uncovers what happens to the unclaimed bodies of persons who die without any family or money.
The 22News I-Team found dozens of signs on utility poles and lawns offering to buy your house for cash.
The credit protection bill comes at a time when many major corporations have been victims of data breaches, jeopardizing millions of people’…
From credit cards to social security numbers, million of Americans have their personal information stolen every year.
The 22News I-Team investigates the obstacles identity theft victims face when trying to prove their innocence.
The 22News I-Team combed through hundreds of documents from the state to find out why so many pills have disappeared.
The 22News I-Team reviewed documents filed by pharmacies to the state that report lost, missing, damaged or stolen drugs.
The I-Team went out in search of disability parking violators, and discovered a staggering number of people are cheating the system.
The 22News I-Team investigates the illegal use handicapped parking spaces.
The state provides hundreds of handicap parking placards and license plates each year to qualified disabled residents.
Crews had to replace the original material they used to hold expansion joints together, because it didn’t “meet the standard for quality.”
It’s a threat we face every day, and it could be putting your health at risk.
From cell phones to money to keyboards, everyday objects are covered in germs that are usually harmless, while others can be deadly.
An inductee who was supposed to be honored at this weekend’s Springfield Public School Sports Hall of Fame is being pulled.
Massachusetts has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation, yet police seize hundreds of so-called “crime guns” every year.
The 22News I-Team asks lawmakers about this loophole, and whether anything is being done to stop it.
Families need autopsy reports and death certificates to claim life insurance benefits, settle estates, and access pension payouts.
The 22News I-Team reviews the results of a state audit to identify the cause of case backlogs, and what is being done to improve efficiency.
Waste water has been overflowing from a manhole near the railroad tracks above the Westfield River in Mittineague Park since Wednesday.
There are more than 21,000 convicted sex offenders living in Massachusetts. The state doesn’t have the correct addresses for 1,769 of them.