Alice Palatnick tore eagerly into the envelope that she received from the Internal Revenue Service this summer, assuming that it was her $3,780 tax refund. Read More
A Long Island fire district already under investigation for its spending practices has used taxpayer-funded equipment to work on private homes, photos obtained by the I-Team show. Read More
After two young people overdosed on the drug MDMA -- also known as molly -- at a New York City electronic music festival, a former drug dealer opens up to the I-Team about his fear that teens are too trusting and don't realize molly is often cut or mixed with an alphabet soup of dangerous chemicals. Chris Glorioso reports.
Three months after a driver in New Jersey lost control -- allegedly because he was using his phone -- and hit a pole that fell on a baby, killing her, NBC 4 New York caught several other bus operators distracted behind the wheel. Read More
A participant in a clinical trial for the birth control device Essure -- which some women have complained causes them pain and unexplained symptoms -- is now criticizing the way doctors conducted the studies that later formed... Read More
After an I-Team investigation last year, the practice known as pension double-dipping has emerged as a campaign issue in the race for Bergen County sheriff in New Jersey. Read More
A mall escalator in New Jersey that crushed a young girl's foot, causing her to lose two toes, had been singled out for maintenance work months earlier that was never done, News 4's I-Team has learned. Read More
FBI agents have conducted another search at the West Palm Beach, Fla. offices of the embattled eye doctor who has been a major campaign fundraiser for New Jersey's U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez. Read More
Federal agents and local police say a Long Island man has been arrested on terror-related charges for allegedly conspiring with several associates, including an 18-year-old former Long Island high school student, to... Read More
Parents are being denied due process because family courtrooms are closing earlier, parents and officials tell the I-Team. Instead of staying late, family court judges are now closing their courtrooms at 4:30 p.m. This means some children are removed before parents can plead their case to a judge. Melissa Russo reports.
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A Newark police officer was shot in the leg Wednesday afternoon while responding to an armed robbery at a convenience store, officials say.
A plane was evacuated at LaGuardia Airport Wednesday afternoon shortly after landing when the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit, officials say.
Remnants of an 18th-century ship found buried in soil 20 feet under the World Trade Center site four years ago have been traced to Colonial-Era Philadelphia, according to a new study. The 32-foot piece of the vessel was found in...
The NYPD detective who went into a Greenwich Village smoke shop on a tip that an accused child molester on the run for two years was working there and was shot, along with two U.S. Marshals, when gunfire erupted as the officers...
About 900 vehicles are stranded in flooded parking structures and nearby streets will remain closed Wednesday after a water main break that sent up to 10 million gallons of water gushing onto Sunset Boulevard and the UCLA campus...
The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force is investigating anti-Muslim fliers that were posted in Bensonhurst over the weekend.