Officials and experts are questioning whether a certain type of home construction helped fuel the massive blaze that ripped through the luxury apartment complex in New Jersey, displacing hundreds of residents. Read More
New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was arrested Thursday on federal corruption charges and is accused of using his position in the state legislature to collect millions of dollars in bribes and kickbacks, according to a... Read More
The newly opened luxury Spa Castle in Manhattan was shut down by the city Health Department Tuesday after investigators found it was operating without a permit and had no approved safety plan, NBC 4 New York has learned. Read More
The company that provides management services to Yorkville Endoscopy Center, the facility that treated Joan Rivers and was found to have lapses after she died, also manages other New York-area surgery centers that have failed... Read More
NBC New York first told you about several close calls between drones and commercial flights approaching JFK Airport. Now, the I-Team has learned these incidents are becoming more common. Chief Investigative Reporter Jonathan Dienst reports.
Judges, lawyers and taxpayers who visit certain Manhattan courthouses say court officers are trying to make a statement during a contract negotiation by slowing down public access to courts. Read More
As the NYPD begins testing body cameras on some officers, one police department in Connecticut says it's already seen fewer complaints against police in the more than two years that it's used them. Read More
More than seven months after NBC 4 New York's I-Team revealed Consolidated Edison declined to detail the locations of known, active gas leaks in the tri-state area despite urging residents to report possible hazards, the utility... Read More
New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez interceded on behalf of an Ecuadorian woman who was banned from traveling to the U.S. because of allegations she had engaged in visa fraud. Read More
A fast-moving clipper storm system passed over the tri-state Thursday night, dropping a light dusting of snow on top of the days-old mounds left over from this week's blizzard, and more snow could be on the way next week,...
A power outage in Manhattan disrupted service along six subway lines at the height of the morning commute Friday, stranding straphangers on crowded platforms and packed trains.
The first and only person to be diagnosed with Ebola in New York City said in his first public comments since his recovery that he is grateful for the care he received and wants to bring attention to the frail health systems...
Federal investigators are looking into state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos' sources of income, according to people familiar with the investigation.
Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight has been arrested after his lawyer confirmed the hip hop mogul was behind the wheel of a car that fatally struck a man in Compton. James Blatt said Knight accidentally ran over...
Authorities say the owner of a Long Island gym has been indicted on charges that he stole more than $29,000 in merchandise by using his customers' credit card information.