Critics argue the federal government prioritized a private hospital over a public one in distributing Sandy relief money. Read More
A man who assaulted a group of NYPD officers with a hatchet before they shot him dead, committed "an act of terror," the city's top cop said Friday. Read More
Avian radar can track and even predict where birds fly and flock. A local congressman wants to know why officials haven't used it at LaGuardia and JFK. Read More
A former Brooklyn gang member who apparently became a Hasidic rabbi is facing dozens of charges after he allegedly posed as a law enforcement officer in a case that prosecutors call "one of the strangest" they've seen. Read More
A man who served nearly 30 years in prison for a Brooklyn murder is being freed after prosecutors concluded he falsely confessed when he was 16. Read More
Three months after the MTA disbanded a class of Metro-North student conductors for alleged cheating, the I-Team has learned investigators are also looking into testing irregularities among student locomotive Read More
A Brooklyn afterschool program has been suspended after a 6-year-old autistic boy wandered away last month and was found playing in a yard five blocks away, NBC 4 New York's I-Team has learned. Read More
New York City's district attorneys are expected to finally meet with Mayor de Blasio after NBC 4 New York reported that their requests to sit down with him to discuss crucial budget and public safety issues were... Read More
One of the biggest beneficiaries of Gov. Cuomo's "START-UP NY" program, an initiative designed to give tax breaks to start-up companies planting roots in New York, is not a start-up -- and it has been operating in the state... Read More
New York City's five district attorneys have tried for months to get a group meeting with Mayor de Blasio to discuss crucial budget and public safety issues, as they have with past mayors, but their requests have been ignored, NBC... Read More
Relatives of an autistic student who died after choking on lunch at school are planning a lawsuit they hope will spur closer supervision of special-needs students, their lawyer said Friday.
A large water main break in New Jersey flooded streets and sent a geyser bubbling into a New Jersey intersection Friday, authorities say.
NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks, the department's highest ranking black official, stepped down Friday, days after accepting a promotion that would have put him second in command to Bill Bratton.
A city worker on a help line was suspended from his job for 20 days after callers complained that he was answering customer-service calls in a robotic voice, according to a published report.
One crew member was killed and another suffered a "major injury" after Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo rocket plane, designed for suborbital commercial flights above the Earth, went down Friday during a test flight over the...
The MTA says a giant drill bit being used in a construction project pierced the ceiling of a subway tunnel in Queens, coming into contact with an occupied train a short distance away from a station