Ted Daniel, Boston 25 News

Ted Daniel

Boston 25 News

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  • WSOCTV
  • WOKV News
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  • WSB Radio
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Recent articles by Ted:

For students returning to campus amid the pandemic, college life will ‘look a lot different this year’

As coronavirus surges in several parts of the country, many colleges are revising their fall plans. → Read More

As coronavirus testing ramps up, so do questions about some tests’ reliability

For the Frankel family of Needham, life came to a grinding halt after one their four children tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

In a post-quarantine era, short-term rentals are booming, bringing more opportunities and risks

After months in quarantine, many are looking to getaway. And the summer vacation rental market in Massachusetts is booming despite the pandemic. → Read More

Federal PPP data shows small businesses got big money but MA entrepreneurs dispute figures

When the Small Business Administration’s list of borrowers for the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) became public last week, 25 Investigates dug into the local data. Discrepancies quickly became apparent. → Read More

Mass AG: Time for government to ‘step up’ and fix the state’s problem-plagued unemployment assistance program

Complaints about the Massachusetts unemployment assistance program have been pouring into the 25 Investigates tip line since March. → Read More

Teenager who drowned while in state custody shouldn’t have been allowed in water, records show

The teen, who was in the custody of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF), drowned May 30 while on a fishing outing with five other teen residents and two staff members of the Cape Cod Adolescent Treatment Center in Yarmouth. → Read More

Much-needed unemployment benefits still on hold as state’s fraud investigation continues

Viewers applying for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) tell 25 Investigates their accounts were frozen following the disclosure of a nationwide fraud scheme and many weeks later they are running out of money and patience. → Read More

School districts facing steep cuts, layoffs after MA state budget takes hit from COVID-19 closures

Massachusetts public schools could see layoffs at a rate that has not happened in decades, as school budgets across the state are slashed. → Read More

Family of local college student killed by police in NY wants case reopened

In the fall of 2010, 20-year old Danroy “DJ” Henry Easton native was shot and killed by now former police officer, Aaron Hess. Initially, Hess claimed DJ tried to run him over with this car. He later admitted in court that he could have stepped out of the way. → Read More

Warning issued by Dept. of Homeland Security after rioters look up addresses, follow BPD officers home

A high-ranking Boston Police official told 25 Investigates there is a concern within the department over officer safety in the city after rioters looked up officers’ personal information and followed them home. → Read More

Mass. State Police no longer welcome at UMass Boston campus

The Interim Chancellor at The University of Massachusetts Boston is no longer allowing the Massachusetts State Police Troopers to park on campus. → Read More

Mass. State Police no longer welcome at UMass Boston campus

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Mass. State Police no longer welcome at UMass Boston campus

BOSTON - The Interim Chancellor at The University of Massachusetts Boston is no longer allowing the Massachusetts State Police Troopers to park on campus. In a letter to students, faculty, alumni and staff, Interim Chancellor Katherine Newman said police cars on campus can “serve as an implied deterrent to the right to protest.” According to Newman, “members of the majority-minority campus… felt… → Read More

Mass. State Police no longer welcome at UMass Boston campus

The Interim Chancellor at The University of Massachusetts Boston is no longer allowing the Massachusetts State Police Troopers to park on campus. → Read More

MA nursing homes hit hard by COVID-19, but a few facilities have managed to keep the virus at bay

25 Investigates has reported extensively on the terrible toll coronavirus is taking on Massachusetts nursing homes. → Read More

Mass. employers taking steps to ease workers’ concerns about workplace safety

With workers in manufacturing, construction and healthcare heading back to their jobs, employers are turning to labor attorneys to help them navigate toward the new normal. → Read More

25 Investigates: Antibody tests are both promising and perplexing

Antibody testing does not look for the virus itself. Rather, it identifies antibodies, or proteins, the body creates to fight off the virus. → Read More

25 Investigates: Many people are nervous to return to work amid COVID-19 crisis

As employees get called back to the post-COVID19 workplace, many tell 25 Investigates they have concerns. → Read More

Antibody testing: A tool for determining when and how to safely reopen communities

Deciding which sectors of the state can safely resume activity and when will require a clear picture of how far the virus has spread. To do that local governments and employers are turning to antibody testing to gain the information they will need to make those important decisions. Antibody tests reveal who has already been infected and potentially immune. → Read More

Local Costco stores making changes after 25 Investigates reveals young shoppers during ‘seniors only’ hours

After our report, Costco announced it will only allow seniors and people with disabilities to shop during the daily special shopping hour. → Read More