A Bronx school bus driver fed up with motorists ignoring the law and breezing by his flip-out stop sign decided to capture the drivers on video, and so he spent much of this school year recording them, one after another,... Read More
A New Jersey state assemblyman has introduced a bill to end the practice of "double-dipping" by school administrators after an I-Team investigation found taxpayers were paying dozens of school superintendents twice, through both a... Read More
A Tunisian man has been charged in New York for lying about his work visa because he wanted to facilitate "an act of terrorism" and authorities say he had connections to the thwarted terror plot that involved derailing a passenger... Read More
The New Jersey Treasury Department has written off millions of dollars in debts, including fines, penalties and assessments owed by some of the most recognizable and profitable companies in the world. Read More
The New Jersey Treasury Department has written off millions of dollars in debts, including fines, penalties and assessments owed by some of the most recognizable and profitable companies in the world. Chris Glorioso reports.
An inmate whose wrongful-conviction claim has been championed by Martin Sheen is asking a court to throw out his murder conviction after prosecutors declined to do so. Read More
A once-trusted adviser to the Manhattan DA is now accusing Cy Vance of failing to honestly investigate the questionable murder conviction of his client Jon-Adrian Velazquez. Chris Glorioso reports.
A former New Jersey police officer who claimed a leg injury left him permanently disabled has been shown running around and roughhousing on a reality TV show, the I-Team has discovered. But the I-Team discovered the... Read More
Six months after Superstorm Sandy flooded homes and businesses throughout the area, New York insurance regulators are getting flooded with complaints about insurance coverage. Read More
Gay activists and supporters shaken by a series of violent attacks, including a fatal shooting in the West Village on Friday, plan to rally Monday as statistics show anti-gay crimes have nearly doubled this year.
Classmates of the 14-year-old girl killed by a gunshot as she rode a city bus in Queens on her way home from a sweet 16 party said they were stunned by the random shooting.
Commuters planned for long, slow trips to and from work Monday after last week's train collision that that injured 72 people and disrupted rail service into New York City.
A man fell out of a window at a Broadway theater during a matinee performance Sunday, but landed on a marquee and was expected to be OK, officials said.
Dozens of people have been camped out for days outside a Queens union hall for the chance at a job with a union that works on insulation projects.
The federal civil rights challenge to the NYPD tactic of stop, question and frisk is closing after more than nine weeks of testimony from men who say they were wrongly stopped because of their race and police officers...