Cop Killer Robert Hayes To Be Given Parole For 1973 ShootingA man convicted in 1974 to face life behind bars for killing a New York City transit patrolman is set to leave prison, just months after another murderer of a police officer was given release by the Board of Parole.
Ballperson Try-Outs Include Break With Tradition At This Year's U.S. OpenFor 50 years, the ballpersons at the Open have thrown the ball to each other to clear the court, but this year they'll be rolling the balls like they do at all other Grand Slam tournaments.
'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.
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.
Bronx Shooting Leaves 2 Men, 1 Woman DeadIt is unclear if the men were targeted in the attack, but police said the woman appeared to be an innocent bystander.
'It Just Doesn't Make Sense:' Seven Swans A-Missing From Lake In Prospect ParkThe swans are no longer swimming in Prospect Park, but where they've gone is anyone's guess.
Woman Hurt In Ceiling Collapse Inside Subway Station In BrooklynAuthorities say debris fell from the ceiling inside the Borough Hall stop around 3:30 p.m.
President Trump Signs Executive Order To Stop The Separation Of Migrant FamiliesSince early May, more than 2,000 children have been separated from their parents after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, as part of the administration’s new immigration strategy.
Softball Mom Accused Of Assaulting Police Officer At Youth GameShe's facing several charges and has been banned from attending any further games.
Westchester Executive's Name Will No Longer Appear On County Buildings Or PropertiesWestchester County Executive George Latimer signed a bill passed by the county legislature into law at a Wednesday news conference.
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Steps Down Amid Abuse AccusationThe former archbishop of Newark was removed from public ministry after an accusation he abused a teen while serving the New York archdiocese.