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The president flew into Westchester County Airport in White Plains on Friday and some fear the visit could affect travel plans for many New Yorkers heading out of town for Labor Day weekend.
Police were called by a property manager after a nearby business complained about an odor coming from the residence on Thursday.
Campers along the Massachusetts-Connecticut border are likely to be stopped at a checkpoint if they’re headed into Connecticut loaded with firewood this weekend.
The Russian tourist accused of climbing the Brooklyn Bridge to take pictures with his cell phone was back in court Friday.
The diner chain’s Financial District location at 150 Nassau Street will be unlike any other Denny’s you’ve seen.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says there’s a clear distinction between him and the president.
As for me, after watching the south tower of the World Trade Center vaporize, I am rarely “shocked.” But the story called “Young Shooter” did the trick.
A little-known law is forcing passengers out of UberX cars and costing drivers big bucks.
Police on Thursday arrested a Long Island man after he allegedly crashed into a house in Seaford.
Police on Thursday released a surveillance video of a suspect in the sexual abuse of a woman in a Bronx apartment building.
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the legislation Thursday.
Two homeless men accused of killing a concert violinist during a robbery in her rural home were ordered held without bail Thursday after a prosecutor detailed how the 61-year-old musician was shot twice and stabbed after opening her door to let them use her phone.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Thursday that he absolutely wants to rebut the terror the news media has created about crime.
Gov. Chris Christie says he’s going to let the judicial process play itself out before he’ll consider intervening in the case of a Pennsylvania woman who faces jail time for carrying a concealed weapon in New Jersey.
The bones were discovered at the Hercules Chemical Company in Roxbury in November 2013.