New guidelines issued Wednesday by the New Jersey attorney general make it easier to keep people behind bars before trial, and direct police and prosecutors to seek detention for defendants who reoffend while released. Police and victims across the state have express frustration at the sweeping, controversial bail reform enacted earlier this year. They said they welcome the change. Sarah Wallace reports.
A New Jersey lawmaker is calling for a legislative hearing a day after an I-Team investigation exposed a lack of required highway signs in the state. Read More
An NBC 4 New York I-Team investigation found dozens of traffic signs – one way, do not enter and wrong way – missing on ramps and intersections of Routes 4 and 46, both of which have had deadly wrong-way crashes in recent years. Read More
Mayor de Blasio has invested $1.2 million a year since 2015 to prevent babies from accidental suffocation during sleep, but ACS has been dissatisfied with outcomes. The numbers are not showing dramatic improvement. On Wednesday, de Blasio will reinvigorate his safe sleep education efforts with the launch of a new public awareness campaign in the Bronx, the borough with the highest number of babies killed this way. Melissa Russo reports.
A recent I-Team report looked at the lack of regulation around sober living homes — a factor some experts believe is driving the problem of opiate addiction in New York State. But many sober homes are getting it right, and making a difference in addicts' lives. The I-Team visits a sober home in Mastic. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says investigators have reason to believe another attack may be imminent. Jonathan Dienst reports.
Mayor Joey Torres accused of using public employees for private work
Drug overdose deaths have jumped 68 percent in New York state in the past five years, according to federal data, and drug addiction experts tell the I-Team they think lack of regulation around sober living homes is driving... Read More
NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill says he won't be attending the Puerto Rican Day Parade because the parade is honoring a man who spent decades in prison for plotting to commit terrorist acts. Meanwhile, there are new developments in the controversy over Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito's support of Oscar Lopez Rivera. Melissa Russo reports.
A barrier that brought a car rampage to a sudden stop on Thursday, possibly avoiding even more deaths and injuries. But the I-Team has found places around the city that are still in need of the barriers. Chris Glorioso reports.