‘ClassPass’ Users Say Recent Price Hike Is Giving Their Wallets A WorkoutA popular fitness membership known for making boutique studio classes affordable is getting backlash over a recent price hike.
Rev Up The Security: Motorcycle Thefts Up 23 Percent In NYThe Empire State had the fifth-highest rate of motorcycle theft in the most recent report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau covering 2014 to 2015.
Ford Recalls More Than 285,000 Vehicles; Multiple Issues CitedFord F-150, 2012 Expedition, Mustang, Lincoln Navigator, Explorer SUV, Ford-F Series Super Duty and 2016 Ford Fusion have all been cited.
AG: High Levels Of Lead Found In Children's Jewelry Kits Sold In NYAccording to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, high levels of lead were found in Cra-Z-Art jewelry-making sets manufactured by LaRose Industries.
Seen At 11: Parents Advised To Steer Teens From Inappropriate Prom DressesHigh school prom season means students are spending big bucks to look just right. But as some ladies call dibs on dresses, some will go too far.
Experts Say Cleaning Your Grill Can Really Beef Up Your BarbecueYou may be ready to get your grill on, but is your barbecue up to the challenge?
Sorry, Internet: McDonald's Says All-You-Can-Eat Fries Are NOT HappeningThe buzz is around a reported "test" of unlimited fries for customers at the pending location in St. Joseph, north of Kansas.
Con Edison Customers To Get Credits After Settlement Of Corruption ProbeCon Edison customers will be getting some money back, after the utility company settled a corruption investigation for $171 million.
Move Over Andrew Jackson: Harriet Tubman To Adorn $20 BillA Treasury official says Secretary Jacob Lew has decided to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, making her the first woman on U.S. paper currency in 100 years.
New Breed Of On Demand Vet Services Offer In-Home Care For Your Furry FriendsTaking a pet to the vet can be an ordeal, but now high tech services can bring a help to your furry friend right at home.
In Anticipation Of Cheaper Electric Cars City Lawmakers Look To Install More Charging StationsThat's why New York City lawmakers held a hearing Monday, on a bill aimed at installing charging stations in every borough.
Annual March Of Dimes "March For Babies" Coming To New York CityThousands of New Yorkers are expected to come together next Saturday for the annual March of Dimes "March for Babies" walk next weekend.

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