I-Team

  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017

    Clarkstown Begins Hearing for Embattled Police Chief

    Clarkstown Begins Hearing for Embattled Police Chief

    The town board began a disciplinary hearing against Michael Sullivan, who is accused of misconduct and conducting improper investigations. Sarah Wallace reports.

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, Jan 12, 2017

    14 Sue Clarkstown, Police Dept Over Alleged Racial Profiling

    14 Sue Clarkstown, Police Dept Over Alleged Racial Profiling

    More than a dozen members of a well-respected local community group in Rockland County have filed a federal lawsuit claiming they were targeted by a secret law enforcement intelligence unit engaged in racial profiling and...

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, Jan 12, 2017

    37 Indicted in Alleged Gas Meter Scheme in Brooklyn

    37 Indicted in Alleged Gas Meter Scheme in Brooklyn

    More than three dozen people have been indicted in an alleged scheme to install gas meters in Brooklyn buildings without proper permits.

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  • GWB Scandal

    Thursday, Jan 12, 2017

    Judge Overturns Probable Cause Finding Against Christie

    Judge Overturns Probable Cause Finding Against Christie

    A New Jersey judge on Thursday ordered a new hearing on a criminal misconduct complaint against Republican Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal, ruling that a lower court wrongly found probable...

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  • GWB Scandal

    Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017

    Christie Attorney Asks Judge to Toss Misconduct Complaint

    Christie Attorney Asks Judge to Toss Misconduct Complaint

    An attorney for Republican Gov. Chris Christie has told a judge a criminal misconduct complaint against the Republican governor over the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal should be tossed for procedural violations and a...

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017

    Why a Massive Boiler Has Blocked Manhattan Traffic for Year

    Why a Massive Boiler Has Blocked Manhattan Traffic for Year

    A temporary boiler blocking part of West 50th Street in Manhattan could remain a nuisance for another eight months, even though a contractor was supposed to remove the heating equipment by the end of January. The mobile...

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017

    Women Say Rikers Visitors Subjected to Invasive Searches

    Women Say Rikers Visitors Subjected to Invasive Searches

    Women who visit inmates at New York City jails have charged in dozens of formal complaints and lawsuits that they have been subjected to demeaning and illegal strip searches, according to a report published Tuesday by WN...

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017

    11 NJ Cops Put on Restricted Duty Amid Fed Corruption Probe

    11 NJ Cops Put on Restricted Duty Amid Fed Corruption Probe

    Eleven police officers with the Jersey City Police Department have been put on restricted duty amid a federal criminal investigation in connection with an alleged private security and no-show job scandal, the I-Team has learned.

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  • Investigations

    Monday, Jan 9, 2017

    2nd Gas Company Probed for Alleged Cheating on Operator Exam

    2nd Gas Company Probed for Alleged Cheating on Operator Exam

    A second gas contractor in New York is under investigation for alleged cheating on operator qualification exams, according to the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC).

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