New York Legislature Ends 2018 Session With Several Big-Ticket Items Left UndoneLawmakers couldn’t find the time to reach agreements on things like sports betting, revenge porn or keeping guns out of schools.
Yoga Center Hopes To Bring New Age To CatskillsYO1 is a $250 million wellness center designed around principles of Ayurveda, ancient medical practices from India.
Battle Brewing To Keep Brooklyn Botanic Garden Out Of The ShadowsDevelopers want to put high-rises near the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, but the community says the buildings would cast shadows, leaving the foliage with little light.
Queens Lawmaker Wants To Crack Down On 'Cash For Cars' Signs"Cash for Cars" signs around the city capture your attention with the promise of big bucks. Now, they’re capturing the attention of lawmakers.
'Justice For Jovani' Calls For Amber Alert Changes After Boy's MurderAn online petition has more than 12,500 signatures of support to change the emergency system used for notifications about child abductions.
Amid Horror Of 9/11, Spirit Of Sports Helped New York Feel Normal AgainA special sports exhibit set to open next week at the 9/11 Memorial Museum will explore how professional teams helped unite and console the nation after the terror attacks.
Police: Search On For Suspects In Beating, Robbery Of Subway Rider In The BronxThe incident, which was caught on surveillance video, happened around 4:40 a.m. Monday at the Pelham Parkway/White Plains Road station.
Buying Online May Cost More As SCOTUS Reverses Rule On State Sales TaxThe Supreme Court ruled that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don't have a physical presence in the state.

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