Police brutality cases and false arrest lawsuits make headlines, but an investigation by WNYC Radio found that New Jersey police officers are more likely than the citizens they police to bring civil litigation against their... Read More
NBC 4 New York's Jonathan Vigliotti explains how many sex offenders are living steps away from schools, despite state laws in place designed to prevent such proximity. Here is this I-Team exlusive.
Medicare pays New Jersey ambulance companies for trips to dialysis appointments at a rate more than three times the national average, according to a joint investigation by the News 4 I-Team and ProPublica. Read More
A waste disposal project across the harbor from Staten Island that envisions using soil from other industrial sites to top off 2 million tons of cyanide sludge is causing concern among environmentalists and some New York... Read More
In the wake of Tracy Morgan's accident, the I-Team has more on a device to make sure drowsy drivers cannot ignore sleep regulations. Chris Glorioso reports on the device, which automatically records time behind the wheel.
While many patients believe that generic drugs are exact copies of their brand name brothers, the body often absorbs generic medication at a different rate, and federal regulators do not routinely disclose the slight chemical... Read More
Former longtime Brooklyn district attorney Charles Hynes is accused of misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars seized from criminal suspects to pay for a political consultant, according to a report by the city’s Department... Read More
A New Jersey pharmacist arrested by the FBI last year on apparent drug-related charges admitted Thursday he was actually trying to produce ricin and had been stockpiling guns and body armor. Read More
Nearly one-third of New York City’s homeless population are victims of domestic violence who have made the difficult decision to walk away from a bad situation. But when they turn to the city for help, some say they’re facing risky, sometimes life-threatening red tape. Government Affairs Reporter Melissa Russo reports.
A Bronx landlord is accused of discriminating against prospective black tenants, telling them there are no vacancies available moments after telling white applicants that the building has open apartments, according to a lawsuit... Read More
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The daughters of the woman killed after she stopped her SUV in front of an oncoming Metro-North train, sparking a deadly explosion that killed five others, spoke publicy for the first time on the "Today" show Tuesday, remembering...
Nearly two weeks into spring, winter-weary tri-state residents are still hoping for that first sustained period of seasonably warm, pleasant weather: It won't start Tuesday, according to Storm Team 4.
A 70-year-old woman was fatally shot in the head after answering her front door in Queens early Monday, according to police.
A mother was arrested on murder charges after her 1-year-old son died after being found unconscious and foaming at the mouth inside a burger restaurant bathroom in midtown, police say.
Police have captured the man who escaped custody at Inova Fairfax Hospital following a nine-hour manhunt. Wossen Assaye was found on Pennsylvania Avenue SE in Washington, D.C., following a massive massive search, a high-ranking...
Heavily armed police officers were spotted on the roof of an elementary school in New Jersey Monday after a report came in about an armed intruder at the building, authorities say.