I-Team

  • Investigations

    Feb 24, 2015

    Data Shows Speed Cameras Reduce Crashes Near Schools

    Data Shows Speed Cameras Reduce Crashes Near Schools

    Speed cameras in school zones across the five boroughs are a crucial component of the mayor's plan to reduce pedestrian deaths in the city, and officials, citing a reduced number of crashes and speeders, say the program has been a...

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  • Investigations

    Feb 23, 2015

    Pol Proposes Bill to Close Pre-K Sex Offender Loophole After I-Team Investigation

    Pol Proposes Bill to Close Pre-K Sex Offender Loophole After I-Team Investigation

    An I-Team investigation exposing a loophole in how New York state monitors sex offenders near schools has propelled a state senator to propose a bill to close the gap.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 23, 2015

    Glass Commonly Used in Sunroofs May Spontaneously Shatter

    Glass Commonly Used in Sunroofs May Spontaneously Shatter

    The type of glass used in sunroof windows can shatter without warning into thousands of tiny shards, and the I-Team found hundreds of complaints within a national database from drivers who had it happen in their cars.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 20, 2015

    Millions of Pounds of Prescription Drugs Wasted

    Millions of Pounds of Prescription Drugs Wasted

    Pharmacist Bob Grisnick notices the stressed faces of his customers when they ask how much it will cost to buy their medicines. So it pains him when, days later, he sees different customers throwing those same medicines away.These...

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  • Investigations

    Feb 18, 2015

    Rebuilt Wrecks Plague New Jersey Roads

    Rebuilt Wrecks Plague New Jersey Roads

    Data from the company CARFAX shows New Jersey leads the nation with the most formerly wrecked vehicles masquerading as problem-free, which may be part of a scheme to artificially inflate resale value for cars that would otherwise...

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  • Investigations

    Feb 17, 2015

    I-Team: Analysis Finds Many NYC Pet Stores Use Puppy Mills

    I-Team: Analysis Finds Many NYC Pet Stores Use Puppy Mills

    The I-Team analyzed shipping records from more than 100 New York City pet stores, many of which the Humane Society says are questionable. Jonathan Vigliotti investigates.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 11, 2015

    Windows Focus of Debate About Protecting Schools Post-Newtown

    Windows Focus of Debate About Protecting Schools Post-Newtown

    School administrators across the country have been reevaluating their security procedures since a gunman walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, two years ago and killed 20 first-grade students and...

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  • Investigations

    Feb 11, 2015

    I-Team: Millions of Prescriptions Filled Incorrectly Each Year

    I-Team: Millions of Prescriptions Filled Incorrectly Each Year

    Allyson McGuire thought four pills twice a day sounded like a lot. But her local pharmacist assured her that it was the correct dosage to treat her daughter Cheryl's swollen muscle, so she let her daughter take them.

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  • Investigations

    Feb 9, 2015

    Hackers Can Take Control of Cars From 3,000 Miles Away

    Hackers Can Take Control of Cars From 3,000 Miles Away

    With thousands of new cars and trucks equipped with factory-installed Wi-Fi, hackers have lots of new targets on the road. An I-Team investigation found it is already possible to use Wi-Fi to control key electronics of vehicles...

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  • Investigations

    Feb 4, 2015

    "Swatting" 911 Recordings Reveal Voices Behind Twisted Pranks

    Prank 911 callers draw dozens of police officers to hotels, homes or stores by claiming violent episodes are underway, startling unsuspecting civilians and wasting law enforcement resources, in what has become a national phenomenon...

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