Todd Wallack

Todd Wallack is an investigative reporter and data journalist on the Globe’s Spotlight team. He won national awards for his work on public records in 2016 and has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize three times.

Prior to joining the Globe in 2007, he worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Herald, and other publications. He graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Latest stories

AG Maura Healey promises transparency, but critics say her record falls short

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Healey frequently favors keeping documents secret, even the records of an unsolved 1951 murder.

Are these roads death traps for deer, bears, and other wildlife?

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The state has released a trove of data, including about the types of animals that most hit by cars and where they perish.

State Police pay higher than reported, data hidden for years

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Records for Troop F, hidden from public view for years, portray a lucrative, overtime-laden operation that outpaces the compensation totals of troopers working in other State Police divisions.

A Democrat tried to get records on a potential challenger to Elizabeth Warren. He got a bill for $245,000.

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The state Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation had a hefty price tag for records on Beth Lindstrom.