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Police are warning parents that several suspects may be on the prowl trying to lure young kids. At least eight children have been targeted so far, police said.
During the East Harlem building explosion this week, cellphone video captured the daring rescue of a 79-year-old woman who said she had been abandoned in a medical van.
You may think of shopping at a flea market or garage sale when you think of haggling, but the age-old retail strategy is back — and now you can use it at major department stores.
A driver lost control of a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus Friday evening and slammed into over a dozen parked cars.
Four boys — the youngest just 12 — were shot and wounded in the legs Friday evening in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
An exclusive video obtained by CBS 2 showed the deadly blast that took down two buildings in East Harlem as it happened.
Con Edison crews discovered an alarming natural gas concentration near the scene of the deadly East Harlem building explosion this week, a National Transportation Safety Board member said Friday.
Dominique Ansel, who has a bakery in SoHo, has recently introduced milk shots — a cookie shaped as a shot glass with a chocolate coating on the inside, filled with organic chilled milk.
A Long Island cab driver has filed a lawsuit claiming he was falsely arrested after some college students refused to pay a fare and threatened him with a Nassau County police connection.
A woman — who definitely wasn’t Dorothy — allegedly walked off with a pair for “Wizard of Oz” ruby red slippers.
The struggle for control of a small town in Sullivan County has drawn the attention of federal agents.
Waitress Brittany Louis, 24, was arrested at the restaurant on Thursday for allegedly stealing credit card information from customers for three months with a simple skimmer device, detectives said.
Several cars went up in flames late Friday afternoon at a junkyard in North Bergen, N.J.
It was a rushed evacuation of the Pets Alive Animal Sanctuary on South Warehouse Lane in Elmsford, forcing the owners to find homes for the 80 dogs and 80 cats all in one day.
Most babies arrive on their own schedule. The 48-year-old new mom from Stony Brook learned that firsthand when her twin boys came nearly three months early.