Sex offenders are living near daycare centers and schools. The 22News I-Team uncovered a loophole that could be putting your child at risk.
Stopping illegal massage parlors from opening isn’t always easy. The 22News I-Team discovered one effort to do that didn’t exactly work.
The 22News I-Team discovered dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
A court decision could impact thousands of drunk driving case in Mass. Some people who’ve been convicted, might want to file an appeal.
The state allows welfare recipients to take out cash, and there’s no way to track how it’s spent.
In 2015 the state’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled it unconstitutional to impose residency restrictions on sex offenders.
The 22News I-Team discovered that dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
Students placed in sometimes dangerous restraints. The 22News I-Team uncovered what’s happening behind closed doors.
The 22News I-Team reviews state documents showing the instances of the use of restraints on special needs students.
Are the massage parlors legitimate businesses or a front for human trafficking? The 22News I-Team investigated this shady underworld.
Not every massage parlor is a front for prostitution, there is a history in our region of raids and arrests involving these businesses.
Lead can be especially toxic for children. According to the CDC, lead poisoning can cause brain damage, among other issues.
The 22News I-Team reveals the dangers, why they’re happening and who pays to fix it.
Over the past six months nearly half of schools tested in western Massachusetts had at least one sample with high levels of lead or copper.
A former police detective can’t go back to work while he is suing the City of Springfield.
The 22News I-Team requested and reviewed state records on incidents involving gas line accidents from November 2012 through the end of 2015.
Technology used to generate a sketch of Lisa Ziegert’s killer has already helped police departments across the country solve similar cases.
Off-duty Springfield police officers who were accused of beating up four men in April 2015, will not face criminal charges.
The 22News I-Team reveals how the latest DNA identifying technology may provide information that could solve murder cases.
The former detective’s lawyer alleges that the ex-girlfriend filed the restraining order for “improper purposes to aid the police department…