The college student who lost his lower leg in a mysterious Central Park explosion has been fighting with his health care insurer for months to get payment for his prosthetic covered. Read More
A Bronx detective has been stripped of his gun and shield in the wake of a series of I-Team reports where several men said he and others in his precinct falsified arrests and coerced witnesses to lie. Read More
A New Jersey judge has denied a request to appoint a special prosecutor in a citizen's official misconduct complaint against Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal. Read More
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has not yet come up with mandatory requirements for trucking companies to deal with fatigued driving, despite several recent deadly truck crashes. The National... Read More
Police have released records of Mayor de Blasio's helicopter trips after originally denying reporters' requests to do so. They show the mayor, who has rarely used chopper flights to get around throughout his tenure, is traveling by air more often, including 10 times in the last three months. Chris Glorioso reports.
Days before an 18-year-old man plowed his car into pedestrians and stabbed people on the Ohio State University campus, he visited Washington, D.C., and bought a knife, sources tell NBC News and NBC New York. Read More
A 24-year-old man who spent 33 months in a Rikers Island jail cell awaiting a trial for a murder he said he didn't commit told the I-Team that he was just one of several people to be pressured by a precinct accused of civil rights... Read More
Time is running out for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign or veto a bill that would decriminalize many folding knives that have caused thousands of arrests in New York City. Read More
Investigators are looking into whether a car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University that injured 11 people was an act of terror by a Somali-born student who had once criticized the media for its portrayal of Muslims. Read More
Two women filed explosive court papers against New York City, claiming they're the latest victim's of visitor sex abuse by correction officers in the city's jails. Sarah Wallace reports.