Kay Lazar is a member of the Globe’s team of strike force reporters who investigate people and events in the news to uncover the full story and hold leaders accountable for their actions. Her experience combines more than two decades of print and broadcast reporting. She previously worked as a news writer and producer at ABC and CBS radio networks.
By Matt Rocheleau and Kay Lazar , Globe Staff
Denise Ezekiel allegedly transferred money from the agency to her personal bank account, attempting to disguise the payments as reimbursements for travel and training.
By Kay Lazar and Matt Rocheleau , Globe Staff
The woman who heads the State Police payroll department has been on unpaid leave for months amid allegations that she’s been stealing from the agency.
By Kay Lazar , Globe Staff
The Inspector General found that troopers steered thousands of motorists to a favored contractor.The Inspector General found that in 2016, Troop E diverted thousands of motorists to a favored tow company.
By Kay Lazar and Malcolm Gay , Globe Staff
Photographer Nicholas Nixon has long been known for his provocative classes at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. But even students awestruck by his work were stunned when he asked them to analyze pictures of his own penis.