Urgent care centers, where speedy service is promised and walk-ins are welcome, are becoming an increasingly popular recourse for sick or hurt people across the tri-state area looking for quick remedies to everyday health... Read More
Days after a federal crackdown shuttered hundreds of websites used by cyber criminals, the I-Team logged on to several anonymous Internet marketplaces and found hundreds of credit card and social security numbers up for sale... Read More
Stolen credit card and Social Security numbers often end up on some frightening online marketplaces that law enforcement can’t always penetrate, the I-Team has found. Chris Glorioso reports.
Defense lawyers say a policy by the Bronx District Attorney is depriving defendants key information before trial. The attorneys want to know whether the arresting police officers in their cases were tainted in one of the... Read More
Mayor de Blasio and top city leaders are vowing change after NBC 4 New York's I-Team exclusive investigation revealed what appears to be a team of women working together and panhandling on the streets of the city, using babies to bring in bigger handouts. Melissa Russo has the update.
Laws forbid big buildings from rejecting tenants simply because they rely on government aid. But the I-Team went undercover and found many brokers and landlords say upfront that they won’t accept Section 8 vouchers -- in full... Read More
A group of women is using infants and toddlers to panhandle on the streets and subway platforms of Manhattan in what appears to be a coordinated effort, and they consistently refuse city services that could help them, an NBC 4 New... Read More
According to the American Cancer Society, most scientists agree that cellphone antennas are unlikely to cause cancer, and the jury is out on what dangers, if any, they might present. That hasn't stopped the FCC from issuing strict safety guidelines for cell towers. But as the I-Team has found, those regulations are not always being followed. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
A class action lawsuit claims the city's education department systemically failed to comply with state and federal laws requiring transitional services for special education students. Read More
A 9-month-old girl was accidentally shot by her father Saturday in their East New York home, police said.
Fire ripped through a row of four houses in Brooklyn Saturday, leaving residents homeless just days before the Thanksgiving holiday.
More than 250 people marched Saturday to protest the death of an unarmed man who police say was accidentally shot by a rookie officer in a dimly lit stairwell at a public housing project.
A vintage wedding photograph that washed up in front of a Long Island woman's house after Hurricane Sandy was reunited to its owner Saturday.
A New Jersey substitute teacher has been arrested after sexually assaulting a 16-year-old student in her car, prosecutors say.
First responders were unable to save a 3-year-old girl Saturday, and investigators are looking into the possibility that the girl suffocated with a plastic bag over her head, police said.