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It’s happened again, another New York City bridge breached.
Three suspects surrendered Wednesday in the St. Patrick’s Day beating of two teenage boys outside a Midtown bar.
A New Jersey school district is hoping to resume standardized testing after delays because its computer network was shut down in an online attack.
Several people were injured Wednesday evening in a multi-vehicle crash on the New Jersey Turnpike in Carteret.
About 50 immigrant students who live illegally in New York state have started a hunger strike after a proposal that would allow them to apply for state financial aid for college was not included in the state’s budget, some of the students said Wednesday.
Nine high school students from Connetquot High School on Long Island have been arrested, after a fight that left a 15-year-old boy’s jaw broken.
Police on Wednesday were seeking two men who have been seen prying open ATMs mounted outside businesses from the Lower East Side to Chelsea and sometimes making off with cash.
The group and its associates conspired to distribute more than 50,000 oxycodone pills, valued at more than $1 million, authorities said.
“The Fantasticks” bills itself as the world’s longest-running musical, and late this spring, that run will come to an end.
Police say the suspect has been involved in six burglaries from November through March.
Adele Sarno said her landlord, Joseph Scelsa, is pressuring her to leave so the Italian American Museum can expand into her building.
To make room on the roster for Lundqvist, the Rangers reassigned rookie goalie Mackenzie Skapski to the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack.
A report says Radio Shack is ready to auction off customer information as part of its bankruptcy sale.
CBS2 Exclusive: Cops Hunt For Hefty Armed Robber Who Stole Cash, Then Pizzas, From Long Island Domino’s
The man, believed to weigh at least 350 pounds, robbed a Domino’s in Sayville and demanded an employlee serve him two pizzas before he left.