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A jogger went for a run in Massapequa Park, Long Island and never returned, and a frantic family has been left to pass out posters and look for clues.
Panic erupted on a Queens sidewalk earlier this week, when bricks rained down and barely missed two passing pedestrians.
The chair Pope Francis will use during Mass later this month in New York City has arrived at Madison Square Garden.
When the governor was asked why the mayor was left off the list, he made it sound like it wasn’t his decision.
Three veterans, three dogs, and a 100 mile journey to ground zero. Marines from the New York area embarked on a mission to honor two of their fallen brothers.
In what some saw as a stunning admission Wednesday, police Commissioner Bill Bratton said getting the homeless off the streets is more difficult now than when Rudolph Giuliani was mayor.
The LIRR said on its website that crews were able to make temporary repairs to restore power to the signal system and that it anticipates providing normal evening rush hour service.
Arros said the app will be more useful to those in the outer boroughs, where cabs are harder to come by.
Nassau County police said Timothy Burzynski, 26, fired the gun around noon Tuesday from his Merrick home because the construction noise was keeping him from sleeping,
Police say the man stalked and attacked a 33-year-old woman who lives in a building on West 172nd Street at St. Nicholas Avenue
A football program at a Staten Island high school has been suspended indefinitely, following a hazing scandal.
First Assistant Monmouth County Prosecutor Marc LeMieux says two adults and their two children showed signs of injuries unrelated to the fire when they were taken to a hospital, where they died.
A Long Island teen is walking again months after he was paralyzed in a devastating swimming accident.
A nonprofit organization is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil renovations to the home of a fallen New York City officer.