Todd Wallack

Wallack is a reporter for the Globe’s metro section, mainly working on investigative stories. He joined the Globe in 2007, initially working in the business section. A graduate of Northwestern University, he previously spent six years at the San Francisco Chronicle and has worked at several other publications, including the Boston Herald, Boston Business Journal, and the Dayton Daily news.

Latest stories

Ebola risk minimized, but fear high

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Fears about the deadly virus in Mass. prompted holiday press conferences and reverse 911 calls to reassure a jittery public after two Ebola-related scares.

Notable Mass. State Police crashes

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For police, car accidents are an everyday event. Here’s a sampling from an agency that reports about 400 per year.

Troopers, public at risk from State Police cruiser crashes

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State Police have seen 1,800 accidents in five years, leaving behind battered vehicles, expensive lawsuits, and painful injuries.

Secretary of State regularly keeps government records secret

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Time and again, records show, William Galvin’s office has resisted making government secrets public.