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

14 executives, staff charged in tainted drug case

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The shuttered New England Compounding Center has been blamed for drugs that killed dozens in a 2012 meningitis outbreak.

State trooper pleads not guilty to driving drunk

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The trooper allegedly crashed into a telephone pole in North Andover, seriously injuring his passenger, prosecutors said.

Police officers accused of drunken driving

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The Globe found at least 30 police officers from Massachusetts have been charged with drunken driving since 2012.

Heavy toll, light penalties for police who drive drunk

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Despite the arrests of dozens of officers since 2012, serious departmental discipline is rare, even in some egregious cases.