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
Investigators swept Rikers Island Monday, searching guards, inmate cells and offices as part of a probe of alleged drug and weapons smuggling by correction officers, officials said. Read More
Several drivers in one Staten Island neighborhood are using bogus placards to get free spots along metered streets. Tom Llamas reports.
Police brutality cases and false arrest lawsuits make headlines, but an investigation by WNYC Radio found that New Jersey police officers are more likely than the citizens they police to bring civil litigation against their... Read More
NBC 4 New York's Jonathan Vigliotti explains how many sex offenders are living steps away from schools, despite state laws in place designed to prevent such proximity. Here is this I-Team exlusive.
Medicare pays New Jersey ambulance companies for trips to dialysis appointments at a rate more than three times the national average, according to a joint investigation by the News 4 I-Team and ProPublica. Read More
A waste disposal project across the harbor from Staten Island that envisions using soil from other industrial sites to top off 2 million tons of cyanide sludge is causing concern among environmentalists and some New York... Read More