Attorney: Man Ticketed For Feeding Stray Cats At Meadowlands RacetrackAn East Rutherford, New Jersey man was in trouble Friday for feeding dozens of stray cats near the Meadowlands Racetrack.
Judge Again Rules Environmental Groups Can't Challenge N.J. Exxon Mobil SettlementA judge has ruled environmental groups in New Jersey may not intervene in the state’s $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil over contaminated gas stations and other sites.
With 2015-16 Season Set To Start Friday, The Brooklynization Of The Islanders Is ApparentStep aside, Jay Z. Pack up the nets. It's time to roll out the blue-and-orange carpet in Brooklyn.
Off-Duty NYPD Transit Cop Saves School Bus Driver, Aide From Fiery LIE CrashOfficer Christopher Canale was off-duty and driving west on the LIE near exit 70 when he noticed smoke pouring out of a bus that had apparently rear-ended a tractor-trailer.
Bratton: Predators Taking Advantage Of Tourists At Times Square Kiss Cam ScreenBratton said the NYPD worked with Revlon, which now shuts the sign off at 8 p.m.
NJ TRANSIT Threatens Rail Shutdown As Positive Train Control Deadline NearsStopping NJ TRANSIT would be paralyzing for thousands of commuters.
Con Ed Worker Saves Toddler From Narrow Window Ledge In The BronxIt was around 11:30 a.m. and Essa Waggeh was working on a gas leak on Walton Avenue when the 26-year-old said he heard someone screaming for help around the corner.
Mets Fans Pumped To Cheer On Amazins In First Playoff Game In YearsFans said this team reminds them of the 1986 Mets -- the last time the team won the World Series.
79-Year-Old Man Shaken After 'Nightmarish' Attack Outside Brooklyn HomeA 79-year-old man said he's still shaken up after he was ambushed during a robbery outside his apartment building in Brooklyn this week.
Study: Nighttime Texting Causing Loss Of Sleep In StudentsDr. Polos said half of the students in the study are awakened by incoming texts and replies.
Officials Hand Out Free Smoke Detectors In BrooklynThe FDNY and Red Cross handed out free smoke detectors as part of National Fire Prevention Week.
Hoboken Officially Launches New Bike Share ProgramCar parking is such a notorious pain in the city, Zimmer said bike sharing will help connect the city.