NYPD Forms New Unit To Handle Flood Of Sexual Assault Allegations Facing Public FiguresThe decision comes as the department continues to look into rape allegations against Harvey Weinstein and Russell Simmons.
Long Island Organist Receives Prestigious College ScholarshipMatt Luca, a senior at St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, Long Island, was stunned to receive perhaps the most prestigious scholarhip for the organ in America.
Vacant Storefronts Impacting Business In Forest Hills, QueensEmpty storefronts line New York streets, and demand for city action to save hundreds of thousands of jobs continues to mount.
Marty Golden Fires Back After Being Accused Of Impersonating Police OfficerThe Brooklyn state senator denies any wrongdoing during his confrontation with safe streets activist Brian Howald.
Mike Francesa Signs Off After 30 Years At WFANSports radio legend Mike Francesa bid the WFAN audience he entertained for 30 years farewell Friday with one last show.
1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In YonkersThe FBI and Yonkers Police Department were conducting an investigation in the area at the time.
Snowy Footprints Lead Police To Suspected Burglar On Long IslandInvestigators say they found Gregory Jackson, 18, of Brooklyn, hiding behind a bush in Merrick.
Snow Falling Across Parts Of Tri-State, Causing Slick ConditionsSnow is falling across parts of the Tri-State which is already causing slick roads and slowing the ride home.
Corker, Rubio To Vote Yes On GOP Tax Reform BillRepublican Congresswoman Kristi Noem says the child tax credit has been expanded for low-income families in an effort to win Sen. Marco Rubio's support for a sweeping tax package.
Firefighters Help Save Family Of 7 From Early Morning Fire In East HarlemThe fire broke out around 3:15 a.m. Friday in a high-rise residential building on East 112th Street.
3 To See At ACC: Meet Bugs, Nomad and Rice1010 WINS Features NYC Shelter Pets In Weekly ACC Pet Post. Please share to help Bugs, Nomad and Rice get adopted from Animals Care Centers of NYC!
Manhattan DA Returns 3 Ancient Sculptures To LebanonDistrict Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced Friday the repatriation of the treasures that were possessed by private collectors and are worth more than $5 million.

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