Taxpayers in New Jersey are paying dozens of school superintendents twice – a paycheck and a pension – and it’s allowed, the I-Team has learned. Read More
Some of the biggest names in music, from the Rolling Stones and The Who to Roger Waters and Paul McCartney, came together for the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief to raise millions of dollars. The money went to its organizer, the... Read More
An FBI informant who has helped catch some of the world's most dangerous terrorists is coming out of hiding to warn that a terrorist sheik in prison remains a significant threat to the U.S. Read More
Nearly a dozen homeowners in the Bronx and Westchester County say they unwittingly signed bad contracts after they hired an independent adjuster to negotiate their insurance settlement. Read More
New Jersey's Treasury Department has written off tens of millions of dollars in debts from companies and individuals that owe the state money, and is refusing to provide records of the disappearing debts to the public. Read More
New York City residents are growing concerned about the installation of a new natural gas pipeline in a densely populated section of Manhattan. Read More
A reformed crook who admits stealing iPhones from unsuspecting New Yorkers sat down with NBC 4 New York to share secrets from the seedy underworld of thieves who stalk the costly Apple products. Read More
Law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are filing FAA applications to use drones for surveillance but civil rights groups are concerned about a lack of regulation. Read More
There's a new FBI director in New York, charged with helping to stop everything from white collar crime to gang violence to the next terror plot. Jonathan Dienst has more in this sit-down interview with New Jersey native George Venizelos.
A pregnant prison guard has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a convicted cop killer serving time for gunning down two NYPD detectives on Staten Island in 2003, sources familiar with the investigation tell NBC 4... Read More
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Memorial Day weekend kicked off with weather that felt more like winter, with most of the tri-state under a wind advisory on Saturday and a high of just 55 degrees.
Families are returning to Breezy Point to celebrate the holiday weekend even as its storm-ravaged businesses and residents continue to rebuild.
Oklahoma volunteers lent a helping hand when Sandy battered our area, and Staten Island residents are now returning the favor.
More than a dozen Long Island beaches have been closed on the first day of Memorial Day weekend because of bad weather, officials said.
A Long Island woman has once again been accused of selling her body along with hot dogs out of a truck.
Authorities investigating the death of 4-week-old Bronx boy said the baby's body showed no obvious signs of trauma.