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.
Members of a Bronx-based drug ring distributed millions of doses of fentanyl, heroin, and cocaine throughout New York City and delivered on demand to buyers in the advertising and real estate industries, law enforcement officials... Read More
Authorities in New Jersey are trying a new approach to fight the opioid epidemic. Pat Battle reports.
Next month marks four years since a devastating train crash in the Bronx. Investigators have said the speeding Metro-North train in that case could have been stopped with a passenger safety initiative called positive train control. When will that automatic braking technology be operational? News 4's Andrew Siff and the I-Team dig for new answers.
A mistrial has been declared in the New York bribery trial of the former head of the nation's largest municipal jail guard union. Read More
A judge has declared a mistrial in the bribery case of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez after the jury deadlocked twice -- unable to reach a decision on any of the various counts -- in deliberations this week. Read More
A group of Bronx siblings wants answers after caretakers held a funeral and buried their sister, who had disabilities, before successfully notifying family members of her death. Read More