De Blasio Suggests Reduction, Rather Than Abolition Of Horse CarriagesMayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced a new attempt to corral the popular horse carriage industry.
NJ Church Raises Funds To Welcome Syrian Refugee FamilyA church in New Jersey voted unanimously to help sponsor a family of Syrian refugees who arrived in the United States earlier this week.
$10,000 Reward Offered After Mother, Daughter Targeted In Linden ShootingPolice believe a mother and daughter who were wounded in a shooting inside their car Tuesday night in Linden were targeted.
Police: Surveillance Video Shows Mother Before She Left Baby In Church Nativity ScenePolice on Wednesday were hoping surveillance video would help them identify the mother who left a newborn baby in a church manger in Richmond Hill, Queens.
Police Keep Extra Eyes On Balloon Inflation, Thanksgiving Day Parade Amid Terror FearsTerror fears have been in the back of people’s minds this year in particular. That has kept extra eyes on airports, roads, and event such as the balloon inflation for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Shopping On Black Friday? Experts Say You Need A Game PlanOne expert says it's bad to go and look around without a game plan, because it leads to a lot of impulse buys.
Proposed Legislation May Change Red Light To Yellow For NYC BicyclistsBrooklyn Councilman Antonio Reynoso's proposed legislation would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs and red lights as yield signs.
Rikers Island Correction Officer Accused Of Smuggling ContrabandThe Department of Investigation followed a tip that led them to the correction officer.
Gov. Christie Pardons Man With Drug Abuse History For 1972 CrimeChristie took a step in an effort to end the stigma of drug addiction by pardoning a Philadelphia man with a history of drug use for crimes committed in NJ more than 40 years ago.
Nassau Police Increasing DWI Patrols For 'Blackout Wednesday'"There are more fatal crashes over Thanksgiving than any other holiday," Nassau County Acting District Attorney Madeline Singas said.
Yonkers Police Commissioner: Initial Investigation Shows Officers Not At Fault In Fatal CrashTeacher Sharlene Stinson, 46, was killed Monday when her Hyundai Sonata was hit by a van driven by two teens, police said.
Organizers Promise Exciting 89th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeMacy's Thanksgiving Day Parade executive producer Amy Kule said this year's parade features the best of giant balloons, floats, marching bands, and performers "unparalleled to year's past."