Retirement has been lucrative for a Jersey Shore superintendent who has spent nearly two decades taking high-paid temporary school leadership jobs, while continuing to collect $1.7 million in pension benefits in that time. Read More
A Brooklyn man and his family believe they are victims of one of the city's most insidious housing schemes -- landlords allegedly sabotaging the apartments of their rent-stabilized tenants in an effort to drive them out so they can... Read More
When Jose Verduga was hit by a huge piece of plywood that fell off a Manhattan skyscraper in 2003, he knew right away his physical recovery would be hard. Read More
Families of two Korean War veterans say a Long Island nursing home neglected basic care and left their elderly loved ones to suffer gruesome deaths last year. Read More
Tech savvy teenagers are turning to the internet to buy steroids online. Jonathan Vigliotti reports
Long Island's Suffolk County had more alcohol-related crashes than any other county in the state from 2010 to 2012, nearly 2,000 more than its immediate neighbor, an I-Team analysis has found. Read More
Paterson Great Falls is known for its majestic views, but some visitors are troubled by what else they see there -- vandalism and boarded-up windows on the park grounds. Read More
The police chief of Bloomfield, N.J., says a lawmaker crossed the line by asking him to fix tickets and let politics guide police decisions. Chris Glorioso reports.
During this brutally cold winter, the most 311 complaints about no heat have come from tenants in the South Bronx, an I-Team analysis has found. Read More
Police are looking for a man who allegedly posed as an apartment broker, posted fake Craigslist ads for rentals on Manhattan’s Lower East Side and scammed multiple victims out of more than $20,000 in cash deposits.
Lawyers for two key figures in a political payback scandal ensnaring Gov. Chris Christie's administration are in court to try to persuade a judge not to force them to turn over text messages and other private communications to New...
Chris Cimino's forecast for Tuesday, March 11.
A New Jersey woman has been charged with manslaughter and assault after a Queens woman died following seizure-like symptoms at a hotel in Manhattan's Meatpacking District last summer, police say.
Authorities arrested a 69-year-old registered sex offender who allegedly tried to lure a 12-year-old girl into his car in Astoria last week.
President Barack Obama is bolstering his party's campaign coffers, joining an ally of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to help the Democratic National Committee climb out of a worrisome