A New York man has been charged with threatening to kill two U.S. senators for supporting Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court. Read More
The limo crash in Schoharie was the deadliest transportation disaster in the country in nine years, yet it wasn't the first in NY and the father of a victim from a crash on Long Island three years ago has been fighting for changes. The I-Team's Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
An image that once sparked outrage has now brought action after an I-Team report on an MTA employee who dressed up in blackface. Andrew Siff reports.
Tune in for "Lyme Wars," a special five-part series beginning on Monday, Oct. 23 on News 4 New York. Read More
When a school bus stop sign flashes, by law cars are supposed to stop, but an I-Team investigation found drivers are regularly ignoring those signs. Pze-Sze Cheng reports.
Lawyers for a man charged with killing eight people when he drove his truck onto a New York City bike path said Tuesday that the death penalty should be ruled out because President Donald Trump was "uninformed and full or... Read More
The owner of the doomed limo that crashed Saturday, killing 20 people in upstate New York, has a history with the FBI. Read More
The City of Newark has had its trouble with water fountains: two years ago, positive lead tests forced Newark to temporarily shut down fountains inside 30 public schools. But when it comes to outdoor drinking fountains, there is a... Read More
A Bronx man has filed a $1 million notice of claim against New York City, claiming he was falsely arrested for a bogus reason and then illegally searched in March of 2016, and that surveillance video proves it. Read More