NYC Parents, Students Weigh In On Whether They Support No-Homework TrendNow that a number of New York City public elementary school students no longer have homework, how do their parents feel about all their free time?
Proposed Safe Injection Facilities Renew Debate Over Treatment Of Drug AddictionThe aim of the proposed facilities is to provide a clean and sterile environment for illegal drug users, and they're supported by more than 100 health care professionals in New York City.
Exclusive: Survivor In Fatal Crash Involving Allegedly Drunk Off-Duty Police Officer Demands Justice For VictimsJustin Harricharran will never forget the night he celebrated his girlfriend's 21st birthday -- the night police say off-duty NYPD Officer Neville Smith got drunk and crashed into them, changing their lives forever.
Mount Vernon To Take Action On Sewage-Filled Hutchinson River Amid Threats Of FinesThreats of heavy fines from the federal government have prompted action on a long-term pollution problem affecting a local river and the Long Island Sound.
Wake Held For FDNY Firefighter William TolleyThe 14-year-old veteran fell to his death when something went wrong as he was standing on the roof of the five-story building in Queens.
Man Stabbed In Subway Station Near Yankee StadiumA man was rushed to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after being stabbed near Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.
NJ TRANSIT Riders Deal With 60 Minute Delays; Access To Penn Station RestoredDelays on the NJ TRANSIT system persisted as the evening rush began at Penn Station due to the overhead wire problems.
Livery Cab Driver Accused Of Helping Applicants Cheat On Learner’s Permit ExamsNassau County cops say a professional cabbie was cheating on a written learner's permit test -- charging new drivers to take the short quiz for them.
Woman Struck, Injured By Hammock That Blew Off Lower Manhattan TerraceThe pedestrian was hit near the corner of Church Street and Park Place around 5 p.m, according to the FDNY.
MTA Mulls Suit Against Amtrak Following Series Of DerailmentsRecent problems at Penn Station haven't just had commuters seething -- the Long Island Rail Road is ready to sue.
‘Make Sure You Have Smoke Alarms,’ Heartbroken Mother Urges Caution After Fatal FireThe victims killed in Sunday's fire at the home on 208th Avenue were between the ages of 2 and 20.
Florida Tourist Who Came To NYC To See Niece On Broadway Goes MissingJeff Kelly, 71, was last seen inside the New York Marriott Marquis on Broadway around 3:30 a.m. Monday.