The I-Team looked into why one Long Island fire commissioner seemed to be using a taxpayer-funded emergency fire vehicle for his personal commute. Chris Glorioso reports.
Several officers were transferred from the New York City Department of Corrections' elite K-9 unit last month amid allegations of sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation, the I-Team has learned. Read More
A Bronx teenager who has been behind bars for more than a year for a crime he insists he didn’t commit is getting out after an I-Team investigation. Read More
The NTSB revealed that an SUV driver was largely to blame for a 2015 Metro-North crash that killed six people, including the driver who stopped on the tracks. The driver's widower has blamed the train crossing at the site of the crash. The safety of the crossing is unknown, despite the fact it and other crossings were the subject of a state report that is months overdue. Roseanne Colletti reports.
Marc Santia went behind the scenes at John F. Kennedy airport where workers are fighting to intercept drugs being shipped through the mail.
Three Jersey City police officers are expected to plead guilty to corruption charges in federal court Tuesday morning, months after the I-Team broke the story of the investigation into an alleged private security and no-show... Read More
Mayor de Blasio is demanding that the MTA come up with quick fixes and better spending plans before it asks the city for any more money. Meanwhile, the mayor and Gov. Cuomo are in a back-and-forth about who runs the MTA amid a summer subway crisis. Melissa Russo reports.
Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo are in a back-and-forth after a week that began with a track fire and ended with yet another subway derailment. Melissa Russo reports.
A plan to upgrade part of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor in order to accommodate high speed rail travel was supposed to be completed last month -- but the I-Team has learned the railroad operator is now projecting a finish date of November 2018. Chris Glorioso reports.
Democrat Phil Murphy has a 21-point lead on Republican Kim Guadagno in the race to be the next governor in New Jersey, as an overwhelming majority of residents say the state is on the wrong track, according to a new NBC 4 New York / Marist Poll. Melissa Russo reports.