3 Voters File Suit To Strike Down New York Law Against 'Ballot Selfies'Three New York voters filed a lawsuit Wednesday asking the State of New York to rescind its ban on selfies at the polls.
De Blasio Introduces Bill To Protect Domestic Violence SurvivorsMayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced a bill aimed at protecting survivors of domestic abuse.
N.J. Priest Accused Of Child Porn Possession, DistributionThe attorney for Rev. Kevin Gugliotta, of Mahwah, is attacking the probe and says the priest will "vigorously" defend himself.
Suffolk Police Rescue Pooch That Fell Into 16-Foot CesspoolSuffolk County Police pulled a 6-year-old Goldendoodle from an abandoned cesspool in Kings Park Tuesday night.
Defense Rests In Bridgegate TrialBridget Kelly testified Tuesday that an email she sent saying "time for some traffic problems'' referred to a traffic study and was not indicative of a political retaliation plot.
Men Posing As Cops Steal Thousands In Cash From Long Island Family, Police SayIt happened around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at a home on Little Whaleneck Road in East Meadow.
LISTEN: Francesa Says Indians Needed Game 1 More Than Cubs DidEven though the World Series starts 0-0, WFAN's Mike Francesa says he believes Game 1 was a must-win for the Cleveland Indians.
Knife-Wielding Man Shot By Police In BrooklynThe shooting took place at around 11 a.m. at Church Street and Remsen Avenue.
LISTEN: Brian Billick Previews Cowboys-Eagles, Other Week 8 Matchups On WFANSunday night's showdown between the 5-1 Cowboys and the 4-2 Eagles was just one of the many topics Brian Billick discussed Wednesday during his weekly appearance on Mike Francesa's WFAN show.
New York City Council Considers Doubling Number Of Street Vendor PermitsThe Street Vendor Modernization Act would gradually double the number of permits over the course of seven years, allowing for 600 more street vendors each year.
NYPD To Melt Down Hundreds Of Confiscated GunsThe NYPD will be melting down hundreds of confiscated guns so they don't get into the wrong hands again.
Swastika Spray Painted In Front Of Nassau County Home, Police SayNassau County police are investigating the act as a criminal mischief incident, and also a possible hate crime.