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Nov 11, 2014 Share
Women Panhandling With Babies Swap Kids, Refuse Help

Women Panhandling With Babies Swap Kids, Refuse Help

A group of women is using infants and toddlers to panhandle on the streets and subway platforms of Manhattan in what appears to be a coordinated effort, and they consistently refuse city services that could help them, an NBC 4 New... Read More

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Nov 10, 2014 Share
I-Team: Cell Tower Regulations Not Followed

I-Team: Cell Tower Regulations Not Followed

According to the American Cancer Society, most scientists agree that cellphone antennas are unlikely to cause cancer, and the jury is out on what dangers, if any, they might present. That hasn't stopped the FCC from issuing strict safety guidelines for cell towers. But as the I-Team has found, those regulations are not always being followed. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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Nov 5, 2014 Share
Education Dept. Fails Special Needs Students: Lawsuit

Education Dept. Fails Special Needs Students: Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit claims the city's education department systemically failed to comply with state and federal laws requiring transitional services for special education students. Read More

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Nov 5, 2014 Share
Illegal License Plate Covers Help Scofflaws Avoid Fines

Illegal License Plate Covers Help Scofflaws Avoid Fines

A popular breed of license plate shield is allowing motorists to evade tickets and tolls even though the plastic cover appears transparent. Read More

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Nov 3, 2014 Share
Football Helmet Safety Questioned at Tri-State Schools

Football Helmet Safety Questioned at Tri-State Schools

When 16-year-old Tom Cutinella died after collapsing on the field following a collision during a football game at his Long Island high school, questions arose about concussions in sports and the safety of the children playing... Read More

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Oct 29, 2014 Share
FEMA Sandy Aid to NYU Questioned Amid Public Hospital Woes

FEMA Sandy Aid to NYU Questioned Amid Public Hospital Woes

Critics argue the federal government prioritized a private hospital over a public one in distributing Sandy relief money. Read More

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Oct 24, 2014 Share
Bratton: Hatchet Attack Was Lone Wolf

Bratton: Hatchet Attack Was Lone Wolf "Act of Terror"

A man who assaulted a group of NYPD officers with a hatchet before they shot him dead, committed "an act of terror," the city's top cop said Friday. Read More

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Oct 30, 2014 Share
Radar Could Help Prevent Bird Strikes: Lawmakers

Radar Could Help Prevent Bird Strikes: Lawmakers

Avian radar can track and even predict where birds fly and flock. A local congressman wants to know why officials haven't used it at LaGuardia and JFK. Read More

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Oct 14, 2014 Share
Ex Con-Turned-Rabbi Busted for Posing as Cop: DA

Ex Con-Turned-Rabbi Busted for Posing as Cop: DA

A former Brooklyn gang member who apparently became a Hasidic rabbi is facing dozens of charges after he allegedly posed as a law enforcement officer in a case that prosecutors call "one of the strangest" they've seen. Read More

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Oct 15, 2014 Share
2 Cleared in 1985 NYC Kidnapping, Killing

2 Cleared in 1985 NYC Kidnapping, Killing

A man who served nearly 30 years in prison for a Brooklyn murder is being freed after prosecutors concluded he falsely confessed when he was 16. Read More

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