The I-Team's Jonathan Vigliotti goes into a hotel that houses a hundred rooms per floor and costs $10 a month as the city gets ready to tackle affordable housing.
Imagine returning home from work to find your car stolen right out of your driveway. Before you have a chance to call police and make a report, the cars have already been sold to a junk yard and scrapped. Read More
After the I-Team revealed last week that utility companies are refusing to disclose lists of leak locations, a New York assemblywoman is drafting legislation that would force companies like Consolidated Edison and National Grid to... Read More
The mother of a 4-year-old Bronx boy who died after drinking some sort of liquid from a beer can on his way home from a park last weekend has been under investigation by the Administration for Child Services for some time, NBC... Read More
More than six months after a joint investigation by the I-Team and ProPublica revealed serious complaints made by recovering addicts and former drug counseling employees, New York is moving to close a Brooklyn addiction clinic. Read More
Among the U.S. congressmen who have Leadership PACs, or pots of money they can use to gain influence, bid for leadership posts and help their colleagues, Rep. Joseph Crowley has one of the largest among tri-state lawmakers. Read More
One NYPD cop is suing another, after a surveillance camera in Brooklyn caught a bizarre drunk driving arrest on tape. Read More
The hub of America’s illegal ivory trade - a business that kills about 35,000 African elephants a year – is right here in New York, wildlife experts say. Read More
New York Rep. Michael Grimm surrendered to the FBI Monday morning and was arrested on federal criminal charges, including tax fraud and mail fraud, in relation to a Manhattan restaurant he owned before he was elected to... Read More
Consolidated Edison urges the public to call authorities if they smell gas, but the utility -- and many others in our area -- decline to detail the locations of known, active gas leaks. Read More
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Avonte Oquendo's older brother is set to begin law school this week, part of his mission to become a legal advocate to help children with autism in the wake of his brother's death.
A pair of alleged scam artists pretending to be chimney workers had the tables turned on them when the elderly Long Island woman they tried to burglarize figured out their scheme and had them arrested when they returned to...
An 11-year-old Long Island boy was badly burned when he rode his bicycle into a street filled with hot tar that had no warning signs, his family alleges.
Hundreds of children in Newark still have no idea what school they'll be attending in less than two weeks because of an apparent backlog in an open-enrollment system that was put into place earlier this year.
A Bronx mother claims a mistake by a 911 dispatcher cost her infant daughter's life when emergency responders were sent to the wrong address while the baby was unconscious.
A Connecticut mother is denying police allegations that she gave teenagers beer, liquor and condoms to teenagers at a house party in April.