A New York City cardiologist with offices on Fifth Avenue and in New Jersey admits he intentionally misdiagnosed up to 80 percent of his patients with heart problems so he could collect millions in extra Medicare money. Read More
Eric Glisson was 19 when a prosecutor in the Bronx DA's office pinned on him the murder of a cab driver he did not commit. Read More
Federal authorities in New Jersey charged a doctor and three employees of a medical testing lab with scheming to bribe doctors to refer blood samples to the lab and to order unnecessary tests that resulted in tens of millions... Read More
The FBI informant at the center of the mayoral race bribe plot is himself accused of having orchestrated a $100 million dollar fraudulent real estate deal, NBC 4 New York has learned. Read More
A student at Bronxwood Preparatory Academy plans to sue the Department of Education after being shot while on the street, following a dispute with a secretary over bathroom privileges, the I-Team has learned. Read More
Legislation that was supposed to guarantee insurance coverage for expensive autism treatments for hundreds, and possibly thousands, of autistic children is failing families because of an 11th-hour amendment added in Albany,... Read More
Hundreds of people who work at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are frustrated that the National Park Service still has no firm date for reopening the landmarks to tourists since their closure from Hurricane Sandy. Now, nearl... Read More
A man who has spent more than two decades behind bars for the murder of a Brooklyn rabbi was apparently wrongfully convicted. Jonathan Dienst reports.
Some of the New York doctors who write the most Medicaid prescriptions are also collecting thousands of dollars from pharmaceutical companies – including the manufacturers of some of the drugs they prescribe. Read More
Just days after a young family was hit and killed in Brooklyn by a car that police say was going twice the speed limit, the I-Team's Chris Glorioso found many cars going almost as fast on the same road -- and police have done little to enforce the limit.
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An NYPD officer fatally shot an armed robbery suspect who opened fire on officers responding to a victim's cries for help, police said.
A 70-year-old New Jersey man died after he was punched in a dispute over a parking lot fender bender, and police are searching for the suspect.
An officer and his police dog were injured Tuesday breaking up a fight involving four women on a Manhattan subway platform, according to officials.
A construction worker was pulled from a 25-foot trench by firefighters after a rescue effort that went on for more than two hours Tuesday night at a work site in Queens where work was supposed to be suspended, according...
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch's headstone, which was engraved with the wrong birth date, has been fixed, NBC 4 New York has learned.
Miami Heat staved off elimination with a 103-100 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6.