An award-winning special education teacher has sued her Long Island school district, saying officials there retaliated against her after she spoke up for students who were not getting the help they are promised under law. Read More
A high-ranking federal lawmaker is demanding action from the Department of Homeland Security after the I-Team uncovered evidence of an alleged scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards. Read More
The New York state court system says it will tighten its fingerprinting procedures after the I-Team exposed what some believe is an organized scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards. Read More
A United States Air Force veteran from Neptune, New Jersey, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to trying to join ISIS in Syria weeks after losing his job as an airplane mechanic in Kuwait. Read More
A former United States Air Force mechanic from Neptune, New Jersey, who recently lost his job was arrested by the FBI after he allegedly tried to travel overseas to join ISIS, law enforcement officials said Tuesday. Read More
A federal lawmaker is exploring ways to fix loopholes in immigration laws after the I-Team uncovered evidence of an organized scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards. Read More
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are responding to an I-Team investigation which exposed an exploitation of a little known immigration law. Queens Family Court is recently slammed with cases of undocumented young men from the same part of India who some judges fear are illegally having themselves smuggled across the U.S. border knowing they can just head to family court and tell a story of abuse to get a shortcut to a green card. Now members of Congress tell NBC 4 New York that something needs to be done. I-Team Government Affairs reporter Melissa Russo has the story.
The I-Team has discovered several websites selling authentic-looking doctor notes that promise to get employees and students out of work or class because of make-believe illnesses. Read More
Hundreds of New York schools are paying more for classroom electronics and furniture than civilian shoppers would pay if they simply bought the identical items online, the I-Team has found. Read More
Criminal charges against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, could come later this month as a federal grand jury continues to hear evidence in the case, sources familiar with the investigation tell NBC 4 New York. Read More
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Two teenagers were shot in Brooklyn Friday evening, one of them fatally, and police are searching for the gunman, authorities say.
Five elementary school children were sickened after consuming over-the-counter pain pills given to them by a classmate during lunch, officials and parents said.
Several people were seriously hurt and dozens were evaluated for potential injury after a rental truck collided with a car and school bus with children aboard, then careened through the front of a food store in Queens Friday...
The Bronx dentist whose office manager was arrested on allegations that she worked on patients for cash while he was away from the office says he fired her when he got suspicious about mystery patients and curious phone calls.
An NYPD lieutenant has been disciplined after he let a man allegedly posing as a police officer drive a patrol car, the police department says.
A driver who tried to enter New Jersey's Picatinny Arsenal Friday was stopped at the gate after guards found something about the vehicle to be suspicious, prompting a five-hour saga that included evacuations and road closures...