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A grand jury has decided not to add or upgrade charges against a retired NYPD officer accused in the hit-and-run death of a 13-year-old girl with Down syndrome in Levittown.
Beltran was injured when a ball caromed off the batting cage and hit him in the face. Beltran said following Wednesday night’s win that he has two broken bones in his nose.
No one was hurt when a single-engine plane made an emergency landing on the grassy median of a Long Island highway.
Prosecutor Peter Kougasian focused on the death of one patient, Joseph Hague, who saw Dr. Stan Li for less than a year before he died.
The family of a baby girl who was badly burned in a bathing incident is filing a lawsuit against the nurse they hold responsible.
Charla Nash believes her presence at the nation’s capital will lend great support to the passage of the new bill.
Residents in new luxury homes along Ardsley Road in Greenburgh pleaded with the town board Wednesday to close the decades-old Westchester County Police Revolver and Rifle League after a bullet fragment grazed a woman in a backyard last month.
The New York Mets beat the Atlanta Braves 4-1 on Wednesday night for their first four-game winning streak in a year.
Police on Long Island are investigating a report of a body part found in the yard of a home in Hempstead.
Utility crews are busy and some commuters are facing delays after severe thunderstorms rolled through parts of the Tri-State area, downing trees and knocking out power.
Captain Jeff Kreitz said the baby had been left inside the car for an extended period of time, but would not elaborate on just how long it had been.
The exhibit is part of a program called Making Science Make Sense. The goal is to get kids excited about science.
The Times Square Alliance is meeting with elected officials Wednesday morning to talk about growing concerns and solutions, like requiring background checks on the so-called street performers.
With Carmelo Anthony apparently off the free agent market, the spotlight rests squarely on LeBron James. Where will he go? One NBA expert is convinced he’s going home.
Lawmakers said they have no plans to get involved with the contract dispute and urged the MTA and the unions to return to the bargaining table.