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A Rockland County mother still maintains faith her daughter’s killer will someday be brought to justice – four decades after the crime.
Among the proposals being discussed in Trenton, the state’s 14.5-cent gas tax could double, or even triple.
The search continues for a suspect who police said stole a rental car in Newark, led officers on a chase and crashed into a state police cruiser.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson said Tuesday she takes full responsibility for the breach of White House security.
Dogs, cats, kittens and one rabbit were assembled outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral for the annual Blessing of the Animals.
A bear spent hours Tuesday eluding authorities in a Bergen County neighborhood before finally being captured, officials said.
He tracked down New York’s notorious Zodiac Killer in the early 90s, now Deputy Chief Joe Herbert will work with the FBI to combat terrorism and track down threats.
A section of West 35th Street was shut down Tuesday morning after a suspected hotel thief barricaded himself in an office building.
The water, which is discharged after cooling the nuclear reactors at the Millstone Power Station, creates a warm current that some fishermen say has the beneficial effect of attracting flounder and other species.
A bad bug is raising its ugly horns on Long Island once again.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has signed an executive order expanding New York City’s living-wage law, increasing the hourly rate to $13.13 from $11.90.
New Jersey’s first public high school for students with drug and alcohol problems is open.
The bipartisan group of politicians, all women, threw their support behind a bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., that would also pull tax exemptions from other professional sports leagues.
A Queens apartment complex is being sued after accusations of discrimination.