Long Island Man Wanted In Wife's Murder Found UpstateA man wanted in connection in his wife's murder is in custody following a standoff with state troopers in upstate New York.
Dorm Blaze Remembered At Seton Hall University Fire Prevention DrillSeton Hall University and the Aspiring Kindness Foundation teamed up for a special campus fire drill for National Fire Prevention Week.
Investigators Look For New Possible Causes In Brooklyn Building ExplosionFDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro says fire marshals are checking for accelerants in Saturday's Borough Park blast.
Council Members: NYC Shouldn't Pay More For MTA BudgetTwo New York council members say the city shouldn't pay any more than what's already been allotted to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Bellone Defends Suffolk Red Light Camera Program, Says Accidents Are DownSuffolk County Republican lawmakers are calling for the camera program to be discontinued, arguing it is a money grab.
Cookbook Author Anna Pump Struck By Pickup, Killed On Long IslandAnna Pump, 81, was crossing Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton just before 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when police said she was struck.
Report: White Supremacist Wants To Rename Tiny North Dakota City After Donald TrumpCraig Cobb reportedly wants to rename Antler, a city of 20-something people near the Canadian border, either "Trump Creativity" or "Creativity Trump."
Rise In Metro-North Commuters Could Signal Stronger EconomyIt looks like it could be another record year down the tracks for Metro-North -- Ridership is up 1.3%, with 630,000 more rides through July.
Thousands Of Charter Schools Supporters Rally In BrooklynThousands of people in red T-shirts filled Cadman Plaza on Wednesday as the event got under way.
Police: 2 Wanted For Questioning In Brooklyn Shooting That Left Man Dead, 2 Others HurtThe men were both seen on surveillance video not far from the shooting scene where 53-year-old Michael Matusiak was killed Tuesday, police said.
Police Searching For Man Accused Of Luring, Groping Boys In The BronxPolice are looking for a man accused of luring and groping three boys in separate incidents inside a park in the Bronx.
First Hudson Yards Tower Reaches Its PeakThe 52-story 10 Hudson Yards is the first of more than a dozen skyscrapers Ron Wackrow, executive vice president of The Related Companies, is responsible for building.