The state is finally trying to sell a long abandoned property in Monson. It’s a 22News I-Team follow-up.
An offer too good to be true. The state treasurer’s office is warning us about a scheme involving unclaimed property.
A big and potentially dangerous mistake. Homeowners get soil with asbestos in it delivered to their property.
The 22News I-Team reveals many of those dealers are back on the street within days.
Despite repeated arrests for selling heroin, the 22News I-Team found many dealers don’t face much jail time.
We paid for it and they lost it. The 22News I-Team uncovered nearly $1 million worth of items missing from the Veterans Affairs hospital.
President Donald Trump believes many of their policies are putting the American people in danger.
President Donald Trump has still stood by his claim that sanctuary cities provide a safe haven for criminals.
The 22News I-Team reviewed hundreds of pages of reported missing items from the VA Central-Western Massachusetts Healthcare system.
A 22News I-Team report reveals if Massachusetts can face financial sanctions from the feds for protecting undocumented immigrants.
People use surveillance cameras to keep an eye on their homes/businesses, what if those cameras were broadcasting your private moments?
Alex Scafuri is suing his father and three others in Hampden Superior Court claiming they misused money from fundraising efforts.
Does the department that oversees the state’s welfare program do enough to protect our tax dollars?
22News I-Team uncovers how someone may be watching your every move using your security system.
22News I-Team reveals the top locations in Western Mass where EBT cards are used to take out cash at ATM’s.
Heroin and prescription pills aren’t the only opioids responsible for killing hundreds of people in western Massachusetts.
The veteran who was allegedly holding pipe bombs out of his car in West Springfield, injured himself in a holding cell at court.
Do you ever look at your paycheck and wonder where all those taxes go? The 22News I-Team reveals how much goes into welfare programs.
Fentanyl-related deaths outpaced heroin deaths for the first time ever in Massachusetts last year.
Last year, $518-Million of our state taxes was spent on public assistance programs.