With the new school year underway, the I-Team asked some tough questions about the way New York City’s Department of Education handles sexual misconduct in the classroom. Read More
Federal authorities arrested Trenton, N.J., Mayor Tony Mack and more than half a dozen other people early Monday in connection with an ongoing corruption probe, NBC 4 New York has learned. Read More
Some Bronx residents are planning to sue the city over the reconstruction of Pelham Parkway South, the I-Team has learned. Read More
Residents of Watchung, a quiet Northern New Jersey town, were shocked to learn one of their neighbors was accused of secretly videotaping boys inside a restroom at the Land of Make Believe, a popular family amusement park. Read More
More than half of the LIRR's 19 escalators are shut down due to safety concerns found during a review following the death in March of a woman on an escalator at the Lindenhurst station. Read More
Residents of some heavily trafficked city neighborhoods are clamoring for help with speeding drivers -- but a new program aimed at slowing drivers is so far underway only in one Bronx community. Read More
The I-Team has learned the NYC Department of Transportation changed its own rules regarding fire truck access around the same time construction began on a $40 million road project that included the narrowing of a Bronx street. Read More
The New York City Medical Examiner's Office is digging up dozens of unidentified bodies buried in the city's potter's field as part of a new push to help solve missing persons cases that have gone unsolved for years. Read More
New York hospitals are burying thousands of medical mistakes and other problems in a database that remains hidden from the public, the I-Team has learned. Read More
A Bronx doctor who wrote more Oxycodone prescriptions under Medicaid than any other physician in New York state is under fire from neighbors who say his office is a pill mill that caters to drug addicts and dealers. 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.