The hub of America’s illegal ivory trade - a business that kills about 35,000 African elephants a year – is right here in New York, wildlife experts say. Read More
New York Rep. Michael Grimm surrendered to the FBI Monday morning and was arrested on federal criminal charges, including tax fraud and mail fraud, in relation to a Manhattan restaurant he owned before he was elected to... Read More
Consolidated Edison urges the public to call authorities if they smell gas, but the utility -- and many others in our area -- decline to detail the locations of known, active gas leaks. Read More
Law enforcement sources say New York Rep. Michael Grimm is expected to face federal criminal charges as early as next week. Read More
When Nassau County lawmakers rolled out a $5.5 million electronic record-keeping system for their police department, they hoped it would save both time and money. Three years later, they claim that it has done just the opposite. Read More
News that these old freight train cars are carrying a new type of oil is giving residents an ominous feeling about their local railroads. Read More
Nassau County's district attorney has notified lawyers in 45 cases that their ballistics evidence may have been compromised after they were outsourced to a lab in Texas, the I-Team has learned. Read More
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
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A power outage is affecting a residential complex in Queens, with all elevator and lights out across the buildings.
Two suspects walked into an employee area of the Queens Zoo over the weekend and robbed the workers at gunpoint, authorities say.
New York City's schools chancellor says it's common sense to do away with A-to-F grading.
Two tour bus company workers were seriously hurt when a piece of metal about 10 feet long plummeted nearly 15 stories from a storefront to a Times Square sidewalk Wednesday morning, the FDNY said.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson has resigned amid growing criticism of her agency, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Wednesday afternoon. High-ranking lawmakers from both parties Wednesday had urged...
The defunct Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City will reopen as another casino, a spokesman for Brookfield Property Partners parent company said Wednesday, hours after the firm was declared the winning