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Lindenhurst homeowner Michelle Insinga, who runs several Sandy recovery Facebook pages, said dozens of people began complaining about getting suspicious emails.
A Brooklyn mother of two who was followed and attacked as she walked home from work is talking about the terrifying ordeal.
A driver pleaded not guilty Thursday to upgraded charges in a 100-mph crash that killed a man and his two children on Long Island.
Edgar Medina, of Brentwood, was charged with burglary, grand larceny and possession of burglar tools.
With Labor Day occurring late this year, many schools in New Jersey are opening next week — ahead of the unofficial end of summer.
Tenants at 650 New Jersey Ave. in East New York say their building is a wreck inside and out.
Authorities caution that an abandoned alligator snapping turtle found on Long Island over the weekend is a dangerous reptile.
A New Jersey teen who founded a charity that donates clothing to the needy found all her luggage for college stolen from the back of her mom’s sport utility vehicle.
The fire started around 2 a.m. in the attic of 604 E. Second St., fire officials said.
The Archdiocese of New York is in serious discussions to have the pope’s motorcade pass through part of Central Park.
A CBS affiliate reporter and cameraman were shot and killed during a live television broadcast in central Virginia Wednesday, and the suspected gunman later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The NYPD has established a new task force to patrol Times Square, and that is just the beginning of the city’s efforts to combat the spread of aggressive panhandling, costumed characters and other quality of life issues.
Stephen Ruth calls himself the “Red Light Robin Hood.”
New York City universal pre-K begins Sept. 9, but lots of parents still haven’t registered their children.
The state Department of Transportation has withdrawn its bid to build a rest area off the Long Island Expressway in Huntington, between exits 51 and 52.