Firefighters Hurt In 4-Alarm Staten Island FireOfficials say eight firefighters suffered minor injuries battling a 4-alarm fire in Staten Island.
Tornado Hits Southern Mississippi, Killing 4The city of Hattiesburg said via its Twitter account that four people had died after the twister blew through the city and surrounding area. The twister was part of a wall of stormy weather traveling across the region, bringing with it rain and unstable conditions.
PHOTOS: Women’s Marches Around The WorldPeople across the globe show up in droves to show solidarity with Saturday's Women's March on Washington.
Prayer Service, CIA Visit On Tap For President Trump's First Day In OfficeFor years, the Washington National Cathedral has hosted a service for the new president following their inauguration. But this year, some in the largely liberal congregation have objected to hosting it.
Report: Governor Cuomo To Boost Access To Abortions, ContraceptionUnder the new regulations, abortions deemed medically necessary by a doctor will no longer be subject to co-payments or annual deductibles.
Silverman: Defenses May Be More Important Than QBs In Conference Title GamesThe Packers, Falcons, Steelers and Patriots each have key defensive performers that have at least helped their respective teams get on the right track and advance to within inches of the biggest game of them all.
Man Robbed, Tried To Sexually Assault Woman In Central Park, Police SayPolice late Friday were searching for the man who robbed and tried to sexually assault a woman walking in Central Park in broad daylight.
New Arthur Kill Station Set To Open On Staten Island RailwayThe first new station in more than 45 years will open Saturday morning on the Staten Island Railway.
N.J. School Elects President, Government For 'United States Of Teaneckians'There is a new president in the White House, but there is also a new president in Teaneck, New Jersey that you probably have not heard about.
Man Accused Of Flashing Women And Girls, Peeing On Woman's Leg In Garden CityA man was charged this week with exposing himself to six women and girls, and peeing on one of their legs, on Long Island over a period of several months.
MTA Expected To Vote For Another Fare Hike For Trains, Buses, Bridges, TunnelsNew York commuters should get ready for a fasten-your-seatbelts moment, because anything run by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority – buses, subways, trains and bridges – is about to cost more.
Schmeelk: Losses Aside, Knicks Are Beginning To Play Hornacek's WayAs is often the case with the Knicks, it has taken an injury for them to play the way they should have been playing all along.

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