Churches, schools, hospitals and large apartment buildings have all been swindled in heating oil scams across all five boroughs of New York City, according to officials and an industry insider who came forward to the I-Team. Read More
New witnesses have come forward in a three and a half year-old murder case against a minister’s son in Queens. Read More
The attorney suing Mayor Bill de Blasio on behalf of a lead poisoned 4-year-old Brooklyn boy is asking the court to allow independent experts to be present as the New York City Housing Authority inspects thousands of public housing... Read More
The mystery of why a community was plagued with leaky pipes appears to be solved, with a solution in the works. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
New York City investigators went to Paris in the past week to meet with Paz de La Huerta after she accused movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of raping her twice in Manhattan in 2010, two law enforcement officials familiar with the case... Read More
Mayor de Blasio said earlier this week children have not suffered as a result of his administration’s failure to perform mandated annual lead paint inspections in thousands of NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) units throughout... Read More
New York City's Department of Homeless Services said it is making changes after an I-Team investigation on the slashing of a woman at a Manhattan facility. Melissa Russo reports.
A man who wanted to visit the Costco website misspelled it and was taken to a fake site that looked legitimate. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
The Port Authority Inspector General’s office is investigating a new claim of sexual harassment made by a former security guard who worked for Allied Universal Security Services at the World Trade Center transportation hub. Read More
The cosmetic company that saw an explosion Monday morning at its New York factory had been in the hot seat with regulators just this year, partly in regards to the way flammable liquids were stored. Chris Glorioso reports.