An I-Team investigation uncovers the ethnic discrepancies at New York's best public schools, and why groups are pushing for a change to the admission exam at schools like Stuyvesant, Bronx Science and Brooklyn Tech. Melissa Russo reports.
A single mother from Brooklyn wants to know why her complaint about an Essex County businessman was essentially ignored by the New Jersey Attorney General’s office, while years later, complaints by several mortgage lenders and bank... Read More
A one-time leading Bronx priest is suing the Archdiocese of New York, claiming the sex abuse allegations he's facing are false, and that church officials knew it when they repeated them in a public news release. Read More
Describing the nation's current readiness as "a pre-9/11 moment", Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned an audience at the Intrepid Air and Space museum of the dangers 'cyber-terror' presents to the nation's security interests.Jonathan Dienst has more.
It's no secret that America's super-wealthy use offshore accounts to limit their tax exposure, but just how difficult is it? To find out, the I-Team started it's own shell company. Read More
Consumer Reporter Lynda Baquero has a warning for pet owners to check for the ingredient d-Limonene in any shampoos and to at least do a patch-test first to see if the pet has an allergic reaction.
Police and FBI are investigating a false threat in which a caller claimed a hijacker was hiding in a plane set to land at John F. Kennedy Airport Monday afternoon. Read More
Nursing homes losing track of vulnerable residents, infested with insects and overmedicating patients are just a few of the violations uncovered by the I-Team using a new tool that offers a detailed look at nursing home failures Read More
Is it okay for a teacher to hug a student? How long can that hug last? When does an innocent gesture cross the line into teacher-student sexual harassment? The I-Team has learned the New York City Department of Education has few, i... Read More
FBI agents and state investigators arrested more Long Island Rail Road workers Wednesday for allegedly collecting scam disability pensions, the FBI confirmed to NBC 4 New York. Read More
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Memorial Day weekend kicked off with weather that felt more like winter, with most of the tri-state under a wind advisory on Saturday and a high of just 55 degrees.
Families are returning to Breezy Point to celebrate the holiday weekend even as its storm-ravaged businesses and residents continue to rebuild.
Oklahoma volunteers lent a helping hand when Sandy battered our area, and Staten Island residents are now returning the favor.
More than a dozen Long Island beaches have been closed on the first day of Memorial Day weekend because of bad weather, officials said.
A Long Island woman has once again been accused of selling her body along with hot dogs out of a truck.
Authorities investigating the death of 4-week-old Bronx boy said the baby's body showed no obvious signs of trauma.