FBI Setting Up Shared Responsibility Communities In New Jersey To Stop Home-Grown TerrorismThe Federal Bureau of Investigation is setting up shared responsibility committees in New Jersey to help stop home-grown terrorism.
8,300 Rat Complaints So Far In New York City This YearIt’s set to be a banner year for rats in 2016.
NYPD: Teen Suspects Wanted In Violent Hate Crime In Astoria, QueensThe NYPD is searching for three teen suspects in connection to a violent attack on a 19-year-old victim in Queens.
New Yorkers Get Outstanding Warrants Cleared At Manhattan 'Clean Slate' EventThe Legal Aide Society offered its services at the event Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grand Street Settlement on the Lower East Side.
Former Cuomo Aide Subject Of 'Buffalo Billion' Lobbying ProbeManhattahn U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara's office has launched an probe into the practices of Joseph Percoco, who served as Cuomo's executive deputy secretary.
Police: Thief Used Garage Door Remotes To Break Into Hauppauge HomesSuffolk County police are investigating several burglaries where a suspect used stolen car garage remotes to break into homes.
Interview: 'Project Sunshine' Celebrates More Than 15,000 Volunteers"Project Sunshine" and its many volunteers are dedicated to bringing joy to the hearts of these many children.
Car Crashes Into Electrical Pole In Clifton, New Jersey Several people were rushed to the hospital after a car crashed into an electrical pole in New Jersey early Saturday morning.
Violence, Arrests Accompany Trump Appearances In CaliforniaPolice in riot gear and on horseback pushed demonstrators away from a California venue when protesters got rowdy after a Donald Trump campaign appearance.
Elmsford Residents Left Without Power, Outlets Fried After Lines FallPart of a neighborhood in Westchester County was in the dark Friday night, after a big problem with the power lines.
Oil Sheen Found On Hudson River Near Englewood Cliffs, N.J.The U.S. Coast Guard was investigating Friday, after an oil sheen was spotted along the Hudson River offshore from Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
New Jersey To Change Methods For Responding To Lead Threat In WaterThe New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection said it is making changes to the way the state and its water utilities respond to the threat of lead in drinking water.

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