The de Blasio administration says nine out of 10 people kicked off welfare in the past year were wrongly terminated with tragic consequences, including homelessness. The I-Team has learned New York City faces state penalties unless the system is fixed. Former Mayor Bloomberg’s welfare chief defends the record, and warns de Blasio’s policies will cause welfare caseload and unemployment to soar. Melissa Russo reports.
The I-Team has obtained a 911 recording from inside the 24-hour pharmacy where a Jersey City cop was ambushed. The dramatic audio shows the tension and confusion the night Melvin Santiago was shot and killed. Chris Glorioso reports.
Two months after NBC 4 New York's I-Team found that utilities were keeping locations of natural gas leaks secret from the public, one gas company is reversing course. Read More
When Michelle Fusaro was choosing a camp for her 4-year-old daughter, she assumed that the staff had been screened for criminal records. So she was shocked when she learned that many camps in New Jersey, where she lives, were cited... Read More
A Rochester-area man has been charged on terror-related counts after the FBI said he tried to buy guns to support the terror group ISIS and talked about wanting to kill American soldiers in the U.S. Read More
Sen. Robert Menendez has spent more than $250,000 on his legal defense in the last three months, according to filings made public Tuesday. Read More
Two weeks after exposing drivers using phony placards to avoid meter fees and tickets on Staten Island, the I-Team's Tom Llamas finds city Corrections Department employees doing the same thing outside a jail in Boreum Hill.
Budget cuts and tight resources plague Newark public schools, but even in these tough economic times, the Newark Public Schools District has approved tens of thousands of dollars a month in spending on takeout food and catering. Read More
There is no credible evidence that Cuban government agents hatched a smear campaign to try to link U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez to an underage prostitution scandal, government officials tell NBC 4 New York. Read More
Some New York City property owners are perplexed after they say the city apparently double-charged them on on their property taxes. Read More