Hoboken has failed to keep a network of city-owned surveillance cameras working since 2010, including at least two cameras positioned on the waterfront where a jogger went missing last weekend, the I-Team has learned. Read More
A Venezuelan tourist who said she was wrongfully accused of shoplifting at Macy's flagship store was acquitted Monday in a case that came to light amid concerns that shoppers were being racially profiled at prominent New... Read More
After 40 years in the Long Island home where she raised two sons, Hertha Handler decided it was time to sell, but days before closing, the 73-year-old widow got a shock -- she didn't own it anymore. Read More
Parents, elected officials and bus drivers are responding to problems made public by the News 4 I-Team. Now the city is vowing to take action. The I-Team's Melissa Russo has more.
A woman with multiple sclerosis says she was knocked out by strangers on a New Jersey street and taken to an abandoned house where she was beaten and raped, and claims that authorities did not take her rape report seriously for weeks. Jonathan Dienst reports.
A woman with multiple sclerosis says she was knocked out by strangers on a New Jersey street and taken to an abandoned house where she was beaten and raped, and claims that authorities did not take her rape report seriously... Read More
I-Team cameras inside LaGuardia Airport found mold, holes in the ceiling, ripped seats and numerous other signs of disrepair, even as the busy hub commands the nation's highest landing fees from airlines and rakes in... Read More
Special needs children are being restrained and placed in timeout rooms at New Jersey schools but there is no way of knowing how often because the state has no rules or laws governing their use, according to advocates for... Read More
Retirement has been lucrative for a Jersey Shore superintendent who has spent nearly two decades taking high-paid temporary school leadership jobs, while continuing to collect $1.7 million in pension benefits in that time. Read More
A Brooklyn man and his family believe they are victims of one of the city's most insidious housing schemes -- landlords allegedly sabotaging the apartments of their rent-stabilized tenants in an effort to drive them out so they can... Read More
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A New York City corrections officer has died and another person has been seriously injured in a skydiving accident, according to officials.
A Newark police officer was shot in the leg during a dramatic confrontation with an armed robber inside a convenience store Wednesday afternoon, officials and witnesses say.
The family of a man who died in police custody nearly a year before Eric Garner’s death is suing the NYPD, alleging officers beat the 52-year-old during an arrest and refused to get him medical attention when he said he couldn’t...
A pit bull is convalescing in a Brooklyn animal hospital after being thrown from a moving car on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway Tuesday evening, and landing on a busy street 25 feet below.
A plane was evacuated at LaGuardia Airport Wednesday afternoon shortly after landing when the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit, officials say.
A group of do-gooders has started surprising the city’s subway performers with big tips and cheers, swarming their underground performance spots and filling their instrument cases with cash in a practice called “tip bombing.”