Federal agents and local police say a Long Island man has been arrested on terror-related charges for allegedly conspiring with several associates, including an 18-year-old former Long Island high school student, to... Read More
Parents are being denied due process because family courtrooms are closing earlier, parents and officials tell the I-Team. Instead of staying late, family court judges are now closing their courtrooms at 4:30 p.m. This means some children are removed before parents can plead their case to a judge. Melissa Russo reports.
A woman who admitted to drowning her three young children in her Long Island bathtub five years ago has given birth to a fourth child while incarcerated at what is supposed to be a secure upstate psychiatric hospital, the... Read More
It’s easy these days to spot people smoking electronic cigarettes – the battery-powered, pen-sized inhalers marketed as cleaner alternatives to their traditional tobacco-packed counterparts. Read More
One of the busiest drug counseling centers in New York schedules unnecessary and sometimes unproductive appointments for its clients, inflating the Medicaid bills that get passed along to the taxpayer, former clients and employees... Read More
New York’s Medicaid program has always been intended to help low income patients afford medically necessary treatments, but billing records suggest millions of public health dollars have paid for cosmetic procedures to... Read More
After an I-Team investigation found that children with special needs were being trapped on buses for more than two hours, Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott is responding to the bus horror stories. Melissa Russo reports.
New York City parents say their children are spending hours on school buses that idle at closed schools and take lengthy detours to avoid tolls. Melissa Russo reports
A Nigerian terror suspect accused of trying to help al-Qaida in Yemen was flown to New York to appear Friday in a federal courtroom. Lawal Babafemi is accused of training with members of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula and using... Read More
More rabid bats were found in New Jersey in 2012 than any other year on record, according to health officials. And after one family ran up thousands of dollars in medical bills following a scare with a rabid bat, NBC 4 New York learned that trapping the animals can be a lifesaver. Tom Llamas reports.
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Dozens of firefighters battled a multialarm blaze that engulfed two abandoned buildings in Paterson that apparently were being occupied by several squatters.
Four homes were destroyed and three others were severely damaged when a two-alarm blaze ripped through a residential street in the Bronx near the Throgs Neck Bridge Sunday evening, firefighters say.
A man was shot killed and another person was stabbed early Sunday morning in the Bronx, authorities said.
What was supposed to be a routine noise complaint turned into a significant drug bust for police in Queens.
A Long Island man has been arraigned on charges he killed his 71-year-old uncle and buried the body in the woods.
Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews filled the streets in lower Manhattan on Sunday to protest Israel's proposal to draft devoutly religious citizens into its army.