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Gov. Cuomo Vetoes Gas Leak Bill, Citing 'Fatal Flaws'

Gov. Cuomo Vetoes Gas Leak Bill, Citing 'Fatal Flaws'

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vetoed a bill that would have forced utility companies to reveal locations of their underground gas leaks, citing "fatal flaws." Read More

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Thursday, Dec 6, 2018
Cuomo Has Hours to Decide on Gas Leak Bill

Cuomo Has Hours to Decide on Gas Leak Bill

Gov. Andrew Cuomo must decide by the end of Friday whether or not to enact legislation that would force utility companies to reveal locations of their underground gas leaks. Read More

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Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018
NJ Teachers Pressured to Donate to Fund Linked to Mayor

NJ Teachers Pressured to Donate to Fund Linked to Mayor

Several current and former educators and political insiders in Hudson County claim teachers are pressured to make political donations to a campaign fund linked to North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco. Read More

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Tuesday, Dec 4, 2018
Blogger Unmasked and Sued for Libel Wants Court Case Public

Blogger Unmasked and Sued for Libel Wants Court Case Public

Julie Globus is now owning the name: LostMessiah. For two and a half years, the Rockland County resident -- a wife, mother and attorney -- wrote an anonymous blog under that name. The blog’s stated purpose: "To uncover crimes... Read More

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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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Friday, Nov 30, 2018
NYC Doubles Emergency Workers Responding to Child Abuse Tips

NYC Doubles Emergency Workers Responding to Child Abuse Tips

The NYC Administration for Children’s Services has doubled the number of frontline workers responding to child abuse tips on nights and weekends. Read More

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Friday, Nov 30, 2018
I-Team: NYC Doubles Number of ACS Caseworkers at Night

I-Team: NYC Doubles Number of ACS Caseworkers at Night

A knock on the door in the night, in NYC it will happen tonight about a 100 times in homes with children as workers with ACS chase child abuse tips. The I-Team's Melissa Russo reports.

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Tuesday, Nov 27, 2018
NY State Workers Keep Jobs Despite Costly Settlements

NY State Workers Keep Jobs Despite Costly Settlements

Over the last five years, New York has paid more than $5 million to settle lawsuits against 70 state employees accused of sexual harassment or gender discrimination. Read More

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Tuesday, Nov 27, 2018
Panties in the Precinct? NYPD Officer Claims Double Standard

Panties in the Precinct? NYPD Officer Claims Double Standard

For the first time, a disgusted detective is speaking out on TV about the female boss he accused of shoving dirty underwear in his face and into his mouth. Read More

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