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A man was shot and killed Monday evening at a bar in Paterson, New Jersey.
A child in a stroller was struck and injured by a vehicle Monday afternoon on Long Island, and authorities said the driver fled from the scene.
One food vendor was hospitalized, and another was in police custody, after police claimed a quarrel at Columbus Circle ended with one vendor slashing the other Monday evening.
Some say New York has some pretty bad drivers, and a new survey agreed. But New York is not number one.
Billy Crystal, Sen. Charles Schumer: Feds Should Pay To Replace Long Beach Trees Lost In Superstorm Sandy
The actor and Sen. Charles Schumer held a news conference Monday calling on the federal government to foot the bill for replacing more than 2,500 trees lost in Superstorm Sandy, 1010 WINS’ Mona Rivera reported.
A suspect has been arrested and charged with tricking a 27-year-old autistic man out of his birthday money at a park in Stamford, Connecticut.
Police want women in the Freehold Township area to keep an eye out for a man tied to several aggressive attacks on women that began in April.
It happened around 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Crema Restaurant on West 17th Street.
The moving exhibition has been on the road since Sept. 11, 2012, bringing the story of the terror attacks to all parts of the country.
Players from a New Jersey high school football team with a largely African-American makeup said members of another team taunted them racially before a game this past weekend.
Even after three security checks, a woman from Long Island was somehow able to get onto a plane at LaGuardia Airport with the wrong boarding pass.
De Blasio and his family have been living at Gracie Mansion since July. But a uniformed cop and guard booth can still be outside his 11th Street row house in Brooklyn.
Pope Francis set a forgiving tone as the couples tied the knot under the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica.
The waters off Long Island Sound from Stratford to Fairfield remained closed to fishing and shellfishing Monday following last week’s massive warehouse fire in Bridgeport.
New York City Public Advocate Letitia James says despite the thousands of nail salons across the five boroughs, there are only 27 inspectors in the entire state to keep track of salon cleanliness and safety.