A former New Jersey cop opened a crime-scene cleaning business after retiring for what he claimed was post-traumatic stress disorder from working on such gruesome homicide scenes, NBC 4 New York's I-Team has learned. Read More
New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez helped push a port security deal in the Dominican Republic that could be worth hundreds of millions to a company owned by friend and political fundraiser Salomon Melgen, the embattled Florida doctor... Read More
NYU Medical Center suffered significant damage when Sandy hit Manhattan in late October, but within two months, the privately owned hospital received $150 million in FEMA aid. Meanwhile individual homeowners are told they... Read More
Some teacher aides who are paid by the New York City Department of Education say their paychecks have been frozen for months. Read More
A man who federal agents say is a main character in the infamous unsolved mystery about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa is breaking his silence after decades of refusing to answer questions. Read More
A Bronx robbery crew posing as police officers planned to rob a heroin distribution ring Wednesday but walked into a Drug Enforcement Administration sting operation instead, law enforcement officials said. Read More
Among the hundreds of people displaced from their homes after Sandy are sex offenders required to register with the government, and U.S. marshals are trying to find the ones who have disappeared. Read More
Accident reports compiled by the U.S. Coast Guard reveal that the Seastreak Wall Street ferry had been involved in several crashes and one maintenance overhaul in the years leading up to the South Street Seaport calamity. Read More
A carnival game at the NoHo Market at first appears to be a cheap, easy way to make money off a gamble. But it quickly escalates into a money-losing operation, so much so that one man said he lost $800 on it. Chris Glorioso reports.
Several firearms retailers and manufacturers rethink their business following the tragedy in Newtown. News 4's Chris Glorioso has the story.
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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.