Toxic chemicals at a soap factory promoted a major hazardous materials situation in Amityville, Long Island Tuesday.
The waters at Jones Beach were closed late Tuesday after a shark was reported in the area, New York State Police said.
One person was killed and many as nine were injured Tuesday – including a toddler – in a crash on Montauk Highway in Brookhaven, Long Island.
A Bronx woman’s family was frantic after she went missing for four days, but a Yonkers hospital identified her after a CBS2 report Tuesday about her disappearance.
Elderly nuns in Westchester said they feel trapped in suffocating heat in their convent, because of old windows that desperately need to be replaced.
A ticker tape parade will be held in Lower Manhattan for the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team this coming Friday, the Mayor’s office announced.
When Mayor Bill de Blasio returns from vacation, will he and Gov. Andrew Cuomo get together to bury the hatchet? It’s hard to say.
Nyla Kamlet discovered that children playing at more modern playgrounds have a better chance to learn and grow.
The small hamlet of Katonah is in a fight with a big drugstore chain that wants to open a new location in the municipality.
Rodriguez was behind the counter at D&G Deli near the corner of Division Avenue and Berry Street when the man who spent the money on something else paid for it in blood.
The FBI has launched an international campaign to stop a new Internet crime targeting both teenage girls and boys.
The governor hopes that the national conversation about police abuse will take a new turn and that other jurisdictions will follow his model.
The paint chips in Andy Reynolds’ backyard range from small, finely ground pieces to large chunks.
A 65-year-old man was attacked around 11 p.m. across the street from his home near Wilson Street and Wythe Avenue.
FBI agents and Indiana State Police raided Fogle’s home on Tuesday, removing electronics from the property and searching the house with a police dog.