When a poisonous gas leak killed four workers near Houston earlier this month, Amy Rafano felt worried. The New Jersey PTA mom lives near several chemical plants, and sends her son to school nearby – including the Ashland plant in... Read More
Wireless surveillance cameras, webcams and baby monitors allow users to stream video on the web anytime from anywhere so they can always keep tabs on their valuables. Their blinking lights signal security, but NBC 4 New York's... Read More
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
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.
A popular breed of license plate shield is allowing motorists to evade tickets and tolls even though the plastic cover appears transparent. Read More
Avian radar can track and even predict where birds fly and flock. A local congressman wants to know why officials haven't used it at LaGuardia and JFK. Read More
A man who assaulted a group of NYPD officers with a hatchet before they shot him dead, committed "an act of terror," the city's top cop said Friday. Read More
A former Brooklyn gang member who apparently became a Hasidic rabbi is facing dozens of charges after he allegedly posed as a law enforcement officer in a case that prosecutors call "one of the strangest" they've seen. Read More
Three months after the MTA disbanded a class of Metro-North student conductors for alleged cheating, the I-Team has learned investigators are also looking into testing irregularities among student locomotive engineers. Read More
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Federal authorities say they "barely missed" the welder suspected in last's week brutal slayings of a prominent family and their housekeeper in an exclusive Washington, D.C., neighborhood when he traveled to Brooklyn early...
The man suspected of brutally killing a family of three and their housekeeper in a northwest Washington, D.C., mansion last week was arrested late Thursday night in a traffic stop across town, capping a manhunt that had expanded to...
Panicked, emotional 911 calls were played as testimony continued Thursday in the case of an SUV driver beaten bloody by a group of angry motorcyclists after he'd run a biker over on a Manhattan highway.
The hot dog vendor exposed by the NBC 4 New York I-Team for selling outrageously overpriced food to visitors and tourists near ground zero has been fired, the cart owner says.
A New York City man convicted of setting up the fatal shooting of his wife while they were on a walk with one of their young sons in New Jersey has been sentenced to life in prison.
In her late son’s cap and gown, Katherine Jackson sat among graduating students at Thornton Fractional North High School Wednesday. “[My son] knows his mom never walked the stage,” she said. “I’m going to be his legs and...