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'Something Clearly Went Wrong': Man in Mob Death Back in NYC

'Something Clearly Went Wrong': Man in Mob Death Back in NYC

The 24-year-old man arrested in connection with the killing of Francesco Cali, a reputed boss of the Gambino crime family who was gunned down in a brazen hit earlier this month, returned to Staten Island Monday to face charges. Read More

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Friday, Mar 22, 2019
DA: Ex-NYPD Cop Who Shot Man Indicted for Evidence Tampering

DA: Ex-NYPD Cop Who Shot Man Indicted for Evidence Tampering

The former NYPD sergeant who shot a man he claimed to be a robber while off-duty last summer -- then was caught on camera planting a knife at the scene and then retrieving it -- was indicted for tampering with evidence, according... Read More

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Thursday, Mar 21, 2019
I-Team: Want a Tax Subsidy? This Board Almost Never Says No

I-Team: Want a Tax Subsidy? This Board Almost Never Says No

Three hundred forty tax subsidies requested. Three hundred forty tax subsidies approved. Read More

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Friday, Mar 22, 2019
Families of Victims in NY Limo Crash in 2015 Push for Change

Families of Victims in NY Limo Crash in 2015 Push for Change

The families of victims in a limo crash on Long Island in 2015 are pushing for change. The I-Team's Pei-Sze Cheng reports.

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Thursday, Mar 21, 2019
Parents Fight for Dead Son's 'Genetic Material'

Parents Fight for Dead Son's 'Genetic Material'

The parents of a West Point cadet killed in a skiing accident are fighting to get a judge's permission to retrieve his sperm so the family name can live on. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.

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Wednesday, Mar 20, 2019
NJ Officials Lambasted Over Alleged Anti-Military Bias

NJ Officials Lambasted Over Alleged Anti-Military Bias

Police and firefighters in Clifton, New Jersey spoke out to the I-Team about alleged military discrimination. And at a fiery City Council meeting, speakers lambasted Clifton officials, accusing them of failing to support first responders who want to serve their city and country. Sarah Wallace reports.

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Wednesday, Mar 20, 2019
NJ Cops, Firefighters Take Bias Fight to City Council

NJ Cops, Firefighters Take Bias Fight to City Council

They sacrified their time to serve our country and now say they're being punished for it. Firefighters and police officers who say they feel they're being bullied for military time flooded a city council meeting Tuesday night to get their message heard. Sarah Wallace reports.

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Monday, Mar 18, 2019
Clifton Firefighters Speak About Alleged Military Bias

Clifton Firefighters Speak About Alleged Military Bias

After a dozen Clifton police officers told the I-Team they'd been discriminated against because of their military service, the city hired an outside agency to investigate. Now, other first-responders are speaking out as well. Sarah Wallace reports.

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Monday, Dec 11, 2017
State of Addiction: Inside the Epidemic Killing Thousands Each Year

State of Addiction: Inside the Epidemic Killing Thousands Each Year

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Thursday, Oct 19, 2017
'The Lyme Wars': Investigating a Public Health Crisis

'The Lyme Wars': Investigating a Public Health Crisis

Tune in for "Lyme Wars," a special five-part series beginning on Monday, Oct. 23 on News 4 New York. Read More

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