Fraudulent letters being sent that are using the State Treasurer’s address and likeness.
State zoning laws have not seen significant changes since the 1970’s.
May revenue collections $34-million more than May 2015, but lower than expected.
The House and Senate must reach a compromise on spending before sending a final budget to the Governor.
Ground beef investigation follow-up. The 22News I-Team gained some insight on one well-known grocery store chain’s process.
Many of us scratch and claw to get a cost of living raise. The 22News uncovered hundreds of state employees getting double-digit raises.
The Massachusetts Legislature has passed a bill overhauling state public records law. It now moves to the Governor for review.
The 22News I-Team reveals which state workers saw the biggest pay raises this year and those who haven’t seen an increase in years.
State Police enforce our traffic laws. The 22News I-Team reveals if the data supports the commonly held theory that they’re filling quotas.
The 22News I-Team analyzes a year’s worth of Mass State Police data and reveals the truth behind the theory.
In a story 22News has been following for years, we investigated the latest number of homeless families living in hotels throughout the state…
The 22News I-Team answers some of the concerns a neighborhood has when a group home moves in.
There are no laws requiring notifying residents when a group home moves into a neighborhood.
Hundreds of drunk driving cases in Massachusetts are being held up in court. The 22News I-Team reveals what’s created this backlog.
Before your child takes their first steps, a thief could be applying for a credit card using your child’s social security number.
Find out if the state and homeless advocates have made advances in placing homeless individuals and families in more permanent housing.
After going through state records, 22News found out there are thousands of gas leaks that are going on, every day, all over Massachusetts.
The 22News I-Team reveals why the state may have to hike toll prices to make up for lost money.
The award is based on several criteria, including the audit’s impact on state government and resulting actions from the findings.
Students commended for reporting a fellow student had a toy gun.