Drivers in New York City are speeding into ticket trouble in record numbers.
After more than 30 years and more than 6,000 shows, David Letterman’s legendary career in television will come to a close.
Shortly after 3 p.m. police responded to a pedestrian struck at the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 113th Street in Morningside Heights.
A woman was sentenced to 24 years in prison Wednesday, after admitting to shoving a Hindu man off a Queens subway platform to his death in an attack motivated by religious animus.
Two U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents were arrested Wednesday, on charges that they had a side business running a strip club in New Jersey where prostitution allegedly happened.
Police arrested a Long Island man on drug charges Wednesday, and claimed that he was also training roosters in his home for cockfights.
Cecile Jackson has been charged with second-degree attempted kidnapping.
Officials said calls were made, texts were sent and data was used the day of the accident, but they haven’t determined if that activity took place while the train was being operated.
Another suspect was charged Wednesday in a brawl last week at a McDonald’s in Brooklyn, in which a teenage girl and a man who tried to step in were injured.
With Memorial Day just around the corner and summer on its way, here are some tips to stay safe during grilling season.
A U.S. postal worker was charged by federal authorities Monday with failing to deliver about 2,000 of pieces of mail on his Queens Village route.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and a thriving downtown Manhattan show that the 9/11 attackers lost.
Some Long Island parents have issued a warning, after naked pictures of high school students were posted online without their permission.
Out with the old and in with the new. Or, in this case, the young.
A 200-pound black bear caused quite a stir in Yonkers.