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
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
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
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
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
A Long Island fire district already under investigation for its spending practices has used taxpayer-funded equipment to work on private homes, photos obtained by the I-Team show. Read More
After two young people overdosed on the drug MDMA -- also known as molly -- at a New York City electronic music festival, a former drug dealer opens up to the I-Team about his fear that teens are too trusting and don't realize molly is often cut or mixed with an alphabet soup of dangerous chemicals. Chris Glorioso reports.
Three months after a driver in New Jersey lost control -- allegedly because he was using his phone -- and hit a pole that fell on a baby, killing her, NBC 4 New York caught several other bus operators distracted behind the wheel. Read More
A participant in a clinical trial for the birth control device Essure -- which some women have complained causes them pain and unexplained symptoms -- is now criticizing the way doctors conducted the studies that later formed... Read More
After an I-Team investigation last year, the practice known as pension double-dipping has emerged as a campaign issue in the race for Bergen County sheriff in New Jersey. Read More
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An 11-year-old Long Island boy was badly burned when he rode his bicycle into a street filled with hot tar that had no warning signs, his family alleges.
Prosecutors in Washington state filed a third aggravated murder count Wednesday against a man also charged with murdering a 19-year-old college student in New Jersey, alleging the four killings are part of a "bloody crusade" to...
The death of a 15-month-old boy who was left in a hot car in Ridgefield, Connecticut, on July 7 has been ruled a homicide.
A 75-year-old former mayor of a Long Island community who neighbors say was also a retired NYPD captain died Wednesday when his boat exploded in a marina, spewing thick black smoke into the air that could be seen miles away,...
A Toms River man was arrested and charged with third-degree cruelty to animals Thursday for allegedly killing his dog with car exhaust, authorities said.
Health officials are warning residents in a Brooklyn neighborhood that a raccoon found there recently tested positive for rabies and it may have infected feral cats and kittens before it died.