Gov. Andrew Cuomo is finally addressing the meltdown at John F. Kennedy International Airport following last week's winter storm that separated tens of thousands of bags from their owners for days. Read More
There's a "no-fly" list, now should there be a "no-rent" list? A New Jersey family wants lawmakers to consider that after their only son was run over by an accused terrorist in a truck rented from Home Depot. Chris Glorioso reports.
Ex-staffer Erica Vladimir says she rejected the unwanted advances of powerful Democratic state senator Jeff Klein after he tried to kiss her outside an Albany bar. He says it flat-out never happened. And now another woman working at IDC tells News 4 that she exchanged Facebook messages with Vladimir in which Vladimir told her she did not leave her job on bad terms. Melissa Russo reports.
A former employee of the retail giant Forever 21 is speaking out about her ordeal after discovering that secret video was taken of her in an employee bathroom and then posted on porn websites. Sarah Wallace reports.
Some luggage left behind in the meltdown at John F. Kennedy International Airport following last week's winter storm are being housed at a nearby hotel, a hotel worker tells NBC 4 New York. Read More
A former employee of the retail giant Forever 21 is speaking out about her ordeal after discovering that secret video was taken of her in an employee bathroom and then posted on porn websites. Read More
An ex-staffer says state Sen. Jeff Klein forcibly kissed her outside an Albany bar two years ago, claims the powerful Democratic lawmaker from the Bronx called "completely false" on Wednesday. Melissa Russo reports.
The Port Authority has asked former U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to investigate the meltdown at JFK Airport following last week's winter storm. Read More
A New York state assemblywoman from Brooklyn who claims to be an advocate for Sandy victims has been accused of bilking FEMA and New York City's's Build it Back fund out of thousands of dollars following the monster 2012 storm. Melissa Russo reports.
A star teenage athlete at East Hampton High School nearly died a year ago from a drug overdose that was recorded on Snapchat. Doctors weren't sure Jordan Johnson would ever recover. But as Pei-Sze Cheng reports, Jordan has made a miraculous comeback, and he has a message to share.