I-Team

  • Investigations

    Dec 17, 2014

    Complaints Against Cops Down After Body Cams Used

    Complaints Against Cops Down After Body Cams Used

    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.

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  • Investigations

    Dec 17, 2014

    Utility Reveals Gas Leak Spots After I-Team Report

    Utility Reveals Gas Leak Spots After I-Team Report

    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...

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  • Investigations

    Dec 16, 2014

    Menendez Helped Get Visa for Fugitive's Daughter

    Menendez Helped Get Visa for Fugitive's Daughter

    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.

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  • Investigations

    Dec 17, 2014

    Top 21 I-Team Stories of 2014

    Top 21 I-Team Stories of 2014

    NBC 4 New York's I-Team led the way with exclusive, critical reporting in 2014 on issues ranging from abuse of power and chemical danger zones to health care, hacking, hidden natural gas leaks and how cash-strapped publicly funded...

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  • Investigations

    Dec 15, 2014

    Feds Knew of Repair Needs at Building Where Gurley Was Shot

    Feds Knew of Repair Needs at Building Where Gurley Was Shot

    Lighting problems at the Pink Houses in Brooklyn made headlines after police shot an innocent, unarmed man in a dark stairwell. But long before police said Akai Gurley was accidentally killed by a rookie cop, federal regulators...

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  • Investigations

    Dec 12, 2014

    De Blasio Seeks to Diversify City Hall Portrait Collection

    De Blasio Seeks to Diversify City Hall Portrait Collection

    The walls of City Hall are covered with too many white men. That's why the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio is in internal discussions to take down paintings from the historic City Hall portrait collection and replace...

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  • Investigations

    Dec 12, 2014

    Despite More Competition, Obamacare Plans Get More Expensive in NJ

    Despite More Competition, Obamacare Plans Get More Expensive in NJ

    An I-Team/ProPublica analysis of New Jersey's Affordable Care Act insurance exchange found that many current health plans are increasing premiums or out-of-pocket costs for New Jersey patients in 2015.

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  • Investigations

    Dec 10, 2014

    I-Team Update: City Leaders Tackle Panhandling Mothers

    I-Team Update: City Leaders Tackle Panhandling Mothers

    The shocking video uncovered by the I-Team showing women pandhandling on the city streets with their babies in tow has got the attention of city leaders. They are now taking the first steps to address the situation. Melissa Russo reports.

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  • Investigations

    Dec 1, 2014

    Some HIV-Positive NYers Purposely Get Sicker for Housing Benefits

    Some HIV-Positive NYers Purposely Get Sicker for Housing Benefits

    Advocates believe HIV patients in New York City are purposefully skipping medication and making themselves sicker to qualify for the city's housing assistance program.

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  • Investigations

    Nov 25, 2014

    Utility Spends Big on Brunch, Golf Balls, Asks for Rate Hike

    Utility Spends Big on Brunch, Golf Balls, Asks for Rate Hike

    Private school tuition. Brunch for executives' wives. Thousands of dollars for golf balls. These are not country club member expenses. An I-Team investigation has found they are bills paid for by one of the region's biggest private...

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