The Hempstead town supervisor is calling for an audit of the buildings department after residents complained of billing errors after Sandy. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
Ten years after the Miracle on the Hudson, bird strikes continue to plague New York City's three area airports, despite efforts to mitigate the bird population. Read More
The lead attorney in Harvey Weinstein's criminal case in New York wants out, a source with direct knowledge of the matter tells News 4. Read More
Tune in for "Lyme Wars," a special five-part series beginning on Monday, Oct. 23 on News 4 New York. Read More
The family of a 2-year-old Queens boy who died while in foster care last Monday is seeking answers in his mysterious death as conflicting documentation about his condition have been obtained. Read More
NYPD crime scene detectives are on the scene of a landfill in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, where they believe the body of a missing Staten Island dad is buried. Jonathan Dienst has an exclusive look inside the search for the victim's body. Read more about the Michael Stewart case here.
The town of Hempstead Building Department is making changes after an NBC New York I-Team investigation revealed people were still at risk of unknowingly buying Sandy-renovated homes that might need to be elevated, which can... Read More
An innovative school program that helps sexually abused students to come forward has been canceled. Melissa Russo reports.
New York City has a new plan to track down parents begging with babies on the sidewalks. Read More