Police: Man Missing After Swimming Near Croton Point ParkThe 47-year-old man was fishing with two friends this morning at Tellers Point in Croton Point Park when he decided to go for a swim, police said.
Inspector General: Board Of Elections Spokesman Leaked Document Claiming De Blasio's Team Broke Campaign Finance LawsThe state inspector general has revealed who leaked a document claiming Mayor Bill de Blasio’s team broke campaign finance laws.
Downed Tree Causing 40-Minute Delays On Metro-North's Harlem Line ServiceIt’s a rough commute home for Metro-North riders on the Harlem Line Service.
Struggling Liberal Arts College On Long Island To Close FridayA struggling liberal arts college that had a striking waterfront campus but fewer and fewer students is closing its doors.
Police Investigating Parents Of Boy Who Fell Into Cincinnati Zoo's Gorilla EnclosurePolice said Tuesday they are investigating the parents of the 3-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo and had to be rescued by a team that shot the 400-pound animal to death.
Police: Bronx Man Arrested After Beating Wife's Attacker To DeathA husband has been charged with manslaughter after police said he beat a man to death who was trying to sexually assault his wife inside their apartment.
Disney Star Laura Marano Talks Music Career, New Hit 'Boombox' And Self-EmpowermentDisney star Laura Marano stopped by to talk about her music career and new hit single "Boombox" with 1010 WINS' digital reporter Rebecca Granet.
New Area Code Means Suffolk County Residents Must Dial 10-Digit NumbersSome Long Island residents will soon have to dial an area code when making local calls.
Young Boys Suffering From Cancer Named Honorary FDNY FirefightersA 3-year-old and a 4-year-old became honorary members of the FDNY, as they placed their hands on the Bible for an official ceremony.
Turf War Among Ice Cream Trucks In Midtown ManhattanThere’s a battle heating heating up in Manhattan as a turf war is brewing among the ice cream trucks of Midtown.
Hudson Yards Project Celebrates Grand Opening Of First BuildingOn Tuesday, Hudson Yards developers celebrated the grand opening of its first building as Coach Inc. employees moved in to the company's brand new headquarters at 10 Hudson Yards.
Bus Fire, Other Vandalism Leaves Workers Worried In BushwickSome say a rash of vandalism in Bushwick, Brooklyn has taken a turn for the worse.

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