American Red Cross Offers Blood Donation OpportunitiesJanuary is National Blood Donor Month, and The American Red Cross has encouraged people to roll up their sleeves and give blood.
Officials Up Reward In Decades-Old Murder Of Westchester FirefighterCounty officials announced an additional $3,500 reward for any information on the death of Thomas Dorr, a volunteer firefighter who was found dead in Graham Hills Park in 1996.
Zombee Watch Helps Scientists Track Honeybee KillerWhile scientists have documented cases of tiny flies infesting honeybees, causing the bees to lurch and stagger around like zombies before they die, researchers don't know the scope of the problem.
Givenchy To Offer Tickets To General Public For Fashion Week ShowThe Givenchy fashion house is opening New York Fashion Week, and for the very first time, tickets will be available to the general public.
Some Tips For Keeping Makeup Fresh In Summer, With Miss FameAs the summer sun heats up, it can be difficult to keep your makeup looking fresh.
A Look At Some Trendy Back-To-School FashionsMost kids in the Tri-State Area will soon be heading back to school, and it is time for parents to start picking out clothes.
Camp-Out Opportunities Available In Central Park, Van Cortlandt ParkThe New York City Department of Parks and Recreation is holding a lottery for a chance to camp out in city parks.
Seen At 11: Should Body Painting Be Considered Art Or Public Nudity?Artists say a full body paint generally takes anywhere between 8 and 12 hours and they actually use waterproof makeup.
Seen At 11: Before You Hit The Road, Beware Of Ghost Rest StopsThe old adage "no rest for the weary" couldn't be more true if you're traveling by car this summer.
Pit Bulls Rescued From Dogfighting Ring Stolen From Paterson Animal ShelterThieves cut holes in the shelter's fence and in the dogs' cages, officials said.
Seen At 11: Are Businesses Rating Your Behavior?Restaurants, hotels, even your favorite car service could be rating you and your behavior and it could cost you down the road.
Mayor De Blasio Unveils Aggressive Plan To Reduce New York City Waste 90 Percent By 2030The plan includes an overhaul of the city's recycling program, incentives to reduce waste and tacit support for the City Council's plan to dramatically reduce the use of plastic shopping bags.