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boston.cbslocal.com — BOSTON (CBS) - This is the height of prom and wedding season so that means many limos are being booked for these big events. But the tragic fire in San Francisco has many wondering if these vehicles are safe. I-Team Reporter Joe Shortsleeve found some people might have a right to be worried.
boston.cbslocal.com — When I went to bed the season was done, late in the game it was four-to-one. The Bruins were sluggish, for reasons myriad, they looked like burnt toast in the third period. They were skating slower than somebody's grandmother, the Leafs scored a goal and then scored another.
boston.cbslocal.com — BOSTON (CBS) - Finding a place to park can be one of the most frustrating, and expensive, things about living or working in Boston. "I pay wild numbers," one woman told us in the North End. The I-Team has discovered some state employees figured out how to cheat the system to get free parking!
boston.cbslocal.com — WASHINGTON (AP) - Boston's police commissioner told lawmakers conducting the first congressional hearing on the Marathon bombings that government should tighten security around celebratory public events and consider using more undercover officers, special police units and technology, including surveillance cameras - but only in ways that don't run afoul of civil liberties.
boston.cbslocal.com — BOSTON (CBS) - The Attorney General is taking action tonight against a Billerica moving company which the I-Team investigated last fall. Tonight the company is facing hefty fines. Customers who were ripped off will be getting their money back. "I am really happy.
boston.cbslocal.com — The I-Team went along with Boston Police and inspectors from the Registry of Motor Vehicles on a sting operation targeting what are known as "7D" vans. They pulled over 41 vans and 27 of them failed the inspection. Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston's Best
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