Rainy Weather Blamed For Downed Wires, Power Outages Around AreaStormy weather swept through the Tri-State Area Tuesday night and caused numerous problems.
Woman With Alzheimer's Missing From Morningside Heights Since SaturdayA woman with Alzheimer’s disease has been missing since Saturday, when her frantic husband said he took his eyes off her for a second and she took off.
Governors Island To Extend Season By Opening May 1Governors Island will open to the public on May 1 this year, extending its season for nearly one month.
N.Y. Assembly Members To Strengthen Abortion ProtectionsThe New York State Assembly has voted to strengthen the state’s abortion protections in advance of the Trump presidency.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy Now Says He Will Attend Trump's InaugurationConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday that he will accept the invitation to attend the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump.
Grease Dumping Is Leading To Sewer Backups In Southeast Queens, Officials SayThey probably don’t even know it, but people in Queens are cooking up trouble.
Adam Graves: Rangers Looked Up To NYPD Detective Steven McDonald More Than He Did To UsRangers great Adam Graves was among those who spoke at McDonald's funeral Friday at at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Multiple People Rescued As Fire Sweeps Through Dover, N.J. Apartment BuildingFirefighters rescued several people Friday evening when a fire broke out in a three-story home in Morris County, New Jersey.
Major Spike In Flu Cases Seen Across New JerseyFlu fears have mounted in New Jersey after a high number of cases were reported – especially in the northeast and central parts of the state.
Suspect Stole ATM Card From Man, 84, Made $6,000 Worth Of Purchases, Police SayA suspect stole a debit card from an 84-year-old man at a Midtown ATM and used it to buy about $6,000 worth of purchases in the Diamond District, police said Friday.
Man Charged In Murder Of Former Nightclub Owner Savyon Zabar On UWSA man was arrested and charged Friday with the murder of a nightclub founder and New York LGBT community icon on the Upper West Side.
Woman Once Known As Cheryl Pierson Speaks Out About Incest, Murder For HireIt was a shocking case that dominated headlines in 1986 – a Long Island high school cheerleader paying to have her abusive father killed.

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