More New Yorkers find themselves addicted to doctor-prescribed narcotics, and increasingly the city is treating the problem as a public health crisis. Read More
Hitting a pothole usually means nothing more than an uncomfortable ride, but when it causes real damage to your vehicle, New Jersey and New York have systems in place to pay for the repairs. Winning a damage claim isn’t always so easy. Chris Glorioso reports.
A man who doesn't work for New Jersey Transit but directed traffic at a bus lot in midtown while wearing an agency vest was regularly drunk on the job, possibly endangering commuters and pedestrians until NBC 4 New York... Read More
Doctors, nurses and physician assistants take thousands of courses each year to keep up with the latest treatments and techniques. By attending the seminars, these medical professionals earn credits they need to stay certified... Read More
Hitting a pothole usually means nothing more than an uncomfortable ride, but when a pothole causes real damage to your vehicle, New Jersey and New York have systems in place to pay for the repairs. Read More
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.
Memorial Day weekend is off to a damp and chilly start, with a high of just 55 degrees on Saturday.
Authorities are investigating the death of a 4-week-old boy in the Bronx. The infant's parents brought him to North Central Bronx Hospital Saturday morning, according to police, and the baby was pronounced dead on arrival.
More than a dozen Long Island beaches have been closed on the first day of Memorial Day weekend because of bad weather, officials said.
A Long Island woman has once again been accused of selling her body along with hot dogs out of a truck.
Police are seeking two men who assaulted a 17-year-old boy with a baseball bat in the Bronx.
The second-highest official in the Archdiocese of Newark, N.J., is stepping down in the wake of a scandal involving a former priest accused of violating an agreement with law enforcement barring him from working with children.