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Suffolk County police said the pastor of New Hope Institutional Baptist Church on Harrison Avenue called police to report a racist message left on a church phone on July 1.
In a city where time is of the essence and multitasking is a must, a Brooklyn man has found a way to look for a love connection while waiting for the subway.
The old adage “no rest for the weary” couldn’t be more true if you’re traveling by car this summer.
With Fourth of July landing on a Saturday this year, Thursday has become the big getaway day for travelers.
The Port Washington line was temporarily suspended for about a half-hour while the woman was rescued.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says there are no specific threats against the Fourth Of July celebrations in New York City as the NYPD ramps up security amid concern over possible terrorist attacks.
NYPD Internal Affairs was investigating Thursday night, after a video surfaced of a street confrontation in Harlem that turned into a fight between an officer and a suspect.
Two Cambria Heights, Queens women were charged Thursday with running a marijuana growing operation in their home – using more than $64,000 worth of stolen electricity.
In a new poll by YouGov that asked folks to rank states based on how favorably they view it, Hawaii topped the list.
Investigators used wire taps, stakeouts, video surveillance, and intercepted thousands of phone calls in order bring down the ring.
A Staten Island artist on Thursday was more than halfway through a road trip to paint flags in each of the 50 states.
A man who acted as a lookout for three others who BASE jumped from One World Trade Center in 2013 was sentenced to community service Thursday.
For the first time, teenagers as young as 16 years old can join New York City community boards.
It looks like SpongeBob has taken the yellow line to Coney Island’s boardwalk.
On Thursday, Kenneth Healey watched as his younger brother, 22-year-old John, became an NYPD officer, thankful he is alive to see it.