A man was killed early Saturday when he fell off the trunk of a moving vehicle on Long Island.
A patient at a state-run psychiatric hospital in the Bronx was charged Saturday with killing another patient inside the facility.
Workers are putting the final touches on the Times Square ball before it’s put in place for the New Year’s Eve celebration.
Officers outside of the church could be seen turning their backs to the jumbotron screen broadcasting the service as de Blasio spoke.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving spokeswoman from Long Island Deanna Cohen said it’s important to think about your family, your job and everything else you could lose if you drink and drive and kill someone or yourself.
Chappaqua Mom Sales is the brainchild of a mom from Westchester.
Police commended Foraci and his two friends — Liam Wobler, 15, Sean Martinez, 12 — for providing articulate, observant, and extensive details to detectives.
Police said they have been combing through hundreds of online postings and calls to 911 to try to determine if any threats are credible.
People in the Glendale community and neighboring towns continue to show up at Christ Tabernacle Church to light candles and say a prayer.
The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation announced Friday that it will be paying the mortgages in full for the families of Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.
Ramos’ family fellow members of the force streamed into the Christ Tabernacle Church in Queens on Friday, less than a week after the Dec. 20 killings.
Shoppers all across the Tri-State area took the malls Friday in a mad dash for deals and end-of-the-year markdowns.
A security screener at JFK Airport will spend up to 14-years in prison. A judge found Alexandra Schmid, 34, guilty of stealing $10,000 from passengers.
Americans are closing out 2014 on an optimistic note, according to a new Associated Press-Times Square Alliance poll.
The MTA recently updated a Bronx subway station to help disabled commuters. The project was part of a multi-million dollar overhaul.
Protesters took to the streets of New York City on Dec. 13, 2014 to express outrage over the grand jury decisions not to indict the officers involved in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases.