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Jan 6, 2014 Share
Ex-Cops, Firefighters Faked Disabilities: Officials

Ex-Cops, Firefighters Faked Disabilities: Officials

More than 100 former police officers, firefighters and other city workers accused of faking mental disabilities in order to get tens of thousands of dollars in Social Security benefits a year are being arrested Tuesday, NBC 4... Read More

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Dec 17, 2013 Share
I-Team: Agent Accused of Swindling Renters

I-Team: Agent Accused of Swindling Renters

A New York man has been accused of cheating dozens of renters out of deposits, brokers fees and months of rent. Tom Llamas reports

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Dec 12, 2013 Share
NY Police Commissioner Forced Out After Ordering Arrest

NY Police Commissioner Forced Out After Ordering Arrest

A Long Island police commissioner has been ousted after he reportedly directed officers to pull over a county bus and arrest a witness involved in an election year dispute. Read More

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Dec 10, 2013 Share
Cop on Disability for Hand Injury Seen Firing Gun at Range

Cop on Disability for Hand Injury Seen Firing Gun at Range

A former New Jersey Transit police officer who retired on disability is the subject of renewed scrutiny after a video emerged, showing him repeatedly firing an Austrian sniper rifle at a gun range. Read More

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Dec 9, 2013 Share
Bankruptcy Looms at Sandy-Ravaged Hospital

Bankruptcy Looms at Sandy-Ravaged Hospital

A struggling Long Island hospital devastated by Sandy will file for bankruptcy, according to a state assemblyman who has been briefed by state and hospital officials. Read More

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Dec 5, 2013 Share
Teachers Say They Are Being Put in Harm's Way in Unsafe School

Teachers Say They Are Being Put in Harm's Way in Unsafe School

School administrators are putting teachers in harm's way by turning a blind eye on troubled teens, seven teachers at one Bronx school allege. Read More

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Dec 2, 2013 Share
NY Sandy Victims Await Money From Recovery Program

NY Sandy Victims Await Money From Recovery Program

More than a year after Sandy, a state program designed to help storm-devastated homeowners has handed out repair money to just five families on Long Island, NBC 4 New York's I-Team has learned. Read More

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Nov 26, 2013 Share
More Macy’s Customers Claim False Imprisonment

More Macy’s Customers Claim False Imprisonment

Macy’s is being accused of jailing shoplifting suspects who are minorities. Read More

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Nov 27, 2013 Share
Internal Affairs Probe After Cops Fail to Test Driver for Alcohol

Internal Affairs Probe After Cops Fail to Test Driver for Alcohol

A New Jersey city employee with connections to law enforcement officials struck his friend with a truck and was found by police inside a bar a block away, but somehow, he was never given a blood alcohol test. Read More

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Nov 25, 2013 Share
Black Customers Say Buy Buy Baby Refused Their Money

Black Customers Say Buy Buy Baby Refused Their Money

Two cousins who say their cash was refused when they tried to pay for more than $1,000 in baby gear at a Long Island Buy Buy Baby believe they were turned away because they are black. Read More

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