A top New Jersey legislator has introduced a bill to force the state to inspect traffic signs after the NBC 4 New York I-Team found dozens missing on busy highways with a history of wrong-way crashes. Read More
A 20-year-old Bronx man claims he was a secret witness who was pressured by police officers to lie against multiple suspects, including 17-year-old Pedro Hernandez, whose case has generated national attention. Read More
Mayor de Blasio is vowing to take more action on sidewalk scaffolding at NYCA buildings after the News 4 New York I-Team raised questions about complexes where construction work is not happening. Read More
A former New York Senate candidate who sparked a firestorm after telling the I-Team he was planning to hand out "Kool Aid, KFC and watermelons" in Harlem will be dining in a state prison for at least three years. Read More
A Long Island fire commissioner has repeatedly used official vehicles to commute to his private job, even though the workplace is in another county – nearly 30 miles away from the community those vehicles are intended to protect. Read More
The NYPD is helping more immigrant crime victims get u-visas so they will feel more comfortable testifying. The I-Team's Chris Glorioso reports.
A Bronx teenager who decided to stay behind bars on Rikers Island rather than admit to a shooting he says he didn't do got out on bail Thursday night. Read More
The 2016 Supreme Court decision that recently led an appeals court to throw out the conviction of a prominent New York politician shouldn't be used as a lifeline by New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez to have his own corruption charges... Read More
An undercover investigation by the NBC 4 New York I-Team and Telemundo 47 Investiga has found the black market sale of fake safety training cards for New York City construction workers is still booming, despite more than two dozen on-the-job deaths in the last few years. Pablo Gutierrez reports.
An I-Team and Telemundo 47 Investiga joint investigation looks into how the black market for fake safety training cards are putting construction workers in danger. Pablo Gutierrez reports on how the city and government are dealing with the issue.