For weeks, Alex Quinteros complained to his mother about something he noticed wasn’t quite right in the cafeteria at his elementary school in Queens -- the fifth-grader from Flushing said one day he saw cafeteria workers give kids... Read More
A letter was mailed to President Obama that is similar to two letters containing poisonous ricin sent to Mayor Bloomberg and his anti-gun group, law enforcement sources tell NBC 4 New York. The letter is being tested for Read More
A person of interest is being questioned in connection with threatening letters sent to President Barack Obama, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his anti-gun group, according to law enforcement officials. Jonathan Dienst reports.
A person of interest is being questioned in connection with threatening letters sent to President Barack Obama, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his anti-gun group, according to law enforcement Read More
More New Yorkers find themselves addicted to doctor-prescribed narcotics, and increasingly the city is treating the problem as a public health crisis. Read More
Hitting a pothole usually means nothing more than an uncomfortable ride, but when it causes real damage to your vehicle, New Jersey and New York have systems in place to pay for the repairs. Winning a damage claim isn’t always so easy. Chris Glorioso reports.
A man who doesn't work for New Jersey Transit but directed traffic at a bus lot in midtown while wearing an agency vest was regularly drunk on the job, possibly endangering commuters and pedestrians until NBC 4 New York... Read More
Doctors, nurses and physician assistants take thousands of courses each year to keep up with the latest treatments and techniques. By attending the seminars, these medical professionals earn credits they need to stay certified... Read More
Hitting a pothole usually means nothing more than an uncomfortable ride, but when a pothole causes real damage to your vehicle, New Jersey and New York have systems in place to pay for the repairs. Read More
A Bronx school bus driver fed up with motorists ignoring the law and breezing by his flip-out stop sign decided to capture the drivers on video, and so he spent much of this school year recording them, one after another,... Read More
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Health officials are investigating a measles outbreak in Manhattan and the Bronx after nine children and seven adults have tested positive for the virus.
Temperatures are expected to surge above 50 on Saturday, bathing the tri-state in welcome warmth at the end of a brutally cold and snowy winter.
Five baggage handlers who processed mail at Kennedy Airport are accused of stealing credit cards, money orders and checks, including money that a member of the armed services overseas was sending home to Missouri,...
The number of people arrested in the city’s subways for panhandling and peddling has more than tripled so far this year compared with 2013, according the NYPD.
An off-duty New York City firefighter who police allege was driving drunk in the Bronx was arrested after hitting two women, one of whom was seven months pregnant and had to give birth prematurely because of injuries suffered...
A 25-year veteran firefighter in New Jersey is accused of stealing more than $400,000 from a fund meant to help widows and orphans that he controlled as treasurer.