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Dec 5, 2013 Share
Teachers Say They Are Being Put in Harm's Way in Unsafe School

Teachers Say They Are Being Put in Harm's Way in Unsafe School

School administrators are putting teachers in harm's way by turning a blind eye on troubled teens, seven teachers at one Bronx school allege. Read More

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Dec 2, 2013 Share
NY Sandy Victims Await Money From Recovery Program

NY Sandy Victims Await Money From Recovery Program

More than a year after Sandy, a state program designed to help storm-devastated homeowners has handed out repair money to just five families on Long Island, NBC 4 New York's I-Team has learned. Read More

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Nov 26, 2013 Share
More Macy’s Customers Claim False Imprisonment

More Macy’s Customers Claim False Imprisonment

Macy’s is being accused of jailing shoplifting suspects who are minorities. Read More

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Nov 27, 2013 Share
Internal Affairs Probe After Cops Fail to Test Driver for Alcohol

Internal Affairs Probe After Cops Fail to Test Driver for Alcohol

A New Jersey city employee with connections to law enforcement officials struck his friend with a truck and was found by police inside a bar a block away, but somehow, he was never given a blood alcohol test. Read More

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Nov 25, 2013 Share
Black Customers Say Buy Buy Baby Refused Their Money

Black Customers Say Buy Buy Baby Refused Their Money

Two cousins who say their cash was refused when they tried to pay for more than $1,000 in baby gear at a Long Island Buy Buy Baby believe they were turned away because they are black. Read More

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Nov 20, 2013 Share
I-Team: Shoplifting Fines Without Criminal Charges

I-Team: Shoplifting Fines Without Criminal Charges

A high school guidance counselor says she was only looking for a working escalator when she stepped outside of a Macy's in Queens Center last July while holding a suitcase she intended to buy. Read More

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Nov 19, 2013 Share
I-Team: Drugged Driving Can Be Difficult to Prosecute

I-Team: Drugged Driving Can Be Difficult to Prosecute

The number of New York drivers arrested for drug-impaired driving is on the rise, but prosecutors say a flaw in the law is making it hard to prosecute many of the offenders. Read More

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Nov 18, 2013 Share
Investigation Finds Alarming Holes in School Security

Investigation Finds Alarming Holes in School Security

Six weeks after a mute child with autism walked out of his school without anyone stopping him, News 4's I-Team investigated security at 10 New York City schools and found alarming holes -- our reporter was able to walk into... Read More

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Nov 14, 2013 Share
I-Team: Donated Breast Milk Is Sold for Profit

I-Team: Donated Breast Milk Is Sold for Profit

When Laura Auer’s son was born with a cleft palate last year, doctors told her to use a breast pump to get her milk to him until his condition could be fixed. She did so dutifully -- so dutifully, in fact, that soon her body... Read More

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Nov 13, 2013 Share
After Rule Change, IRS Can Seize Your Refund

After Rule Change, IRS Can Seize Your Refund

Alice Palatnick tore eagerly into the envelope that she received from the Internal Revenue Service this summer, assuming that it was her $3,780 tax refund. Read More

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