Pharmacist Bob Grisnick notices the stressed faces of his customers when they ask how much it will cost to buy their medicines. So it pains him when, days later, he sees different customers throwing those same medicines away.These... Read More
Data from the company CARFAX shows New Jersey leads the nation with the most formerly wrecked vehicles masquerading as problem-free, which may be part of a scheme to artificially inflate resale value for cars that would otherwise be considered damaged goods. Chris Glorioso reports.
Data from the company CARFAX shows New Jersey leads the nation with the most formerly wrecked vehicles masquerading as problem-free, which may be part of a scheme to artificially inflate resale value for cars that would otherwise... Read More
The I-Team analyzed shipping records from more than 100 New York City pet stores, many of which the Humane Society says are questionable. Jonathan Vigliotti investigates.
School administrators across the country have been reevaluating their security procedures since a gunman walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, two years ago and killed 20 first-grade students and... Read More
Allyson McGuire thought four pills twice a day sounded like a lot. But her local pharmacist assured her that it was the correct dosage to treat her daughter Cheryl's swollen muscle, so she let her daughter take them. Read More
With thousands of new cars and trucks equipped with factory-installed Wi-Fi, hackers have lots of new targets on the road. An I-Team investigation found it is already possible to use Wi-Fi to control key electronics of vehicles... Read More
Tuesday's fiery crash was the second time in Metro-North Railroad's history that people on board a train died as a result of a collision or a derailment. Pei-Sze Cheng reports
Prank 911 callers draw dozens of police officers to hotels, homes or stores by claiming violent episodes are underway, startling unsuspecting civilians and wasting law enforcement resources, in what has become a national phenomenon... Read More
The number of people who call 311 each year to complain about lacking heat in city schools is going up, NBC 4 New York's I-Team has found, and the chilly classroom conditions could be in violation of state constitution. Read More
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A school bus careened off the street and slammed into a house in Queens on Sunday, but no one was injured, authorities said.
At least 19 people have been shot in New York City this weekend in 14 separate incidents, officials said Sunday.
Police continued to search Saturday for a gunman who shot two teenagers in Brooklyn, one of them fatally, authorities say.
An engaged couple who fell asleep watching a movie were woken up Saturday by an SUV crashing into the home, police said.
Three people were wounded Saturday night in a shooting at a house party in the Bronx, police said.
A teenager is dead after a shooting Saturday morning in New Jersey, authorities said.