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The neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn was on alert Friday night, as police searched for a man who has been attacking women and trying to strangle them.
The Health Department said a third location, the Opera House Hotel, has tested positive for the bacteria Legionella.
A police officer jumped into the East River Friday evening to rescue a man who in turn had gone in to help three teens.
Thanks to a mosquito testing positive for West Nile virus, for the time being there will be no more overnight camping at a county park on Long Island.
The man was able to enter the Hudson Street building through the front door and then climbed up the fire escape, police said.
Part of the plan to keep Pope Francis safe during his New York City visit is to create a safety net so tight that hundreds of thousands of rush hour commuters might need divine intervention to get home.
Hundreds gathered Friday morning to watch Triple Crown winner American Pharoah take a brief workout on the track in Monmouth Park.
NJ TRANSIT will be adding extra trains this weekend for fans wishing to see American Pharoah run the Haskell Invitational.
Harold Guretzky doesn’t want to pay the $150 storage fee for the plane at Republic Airport.
The department said the process of releasing Hillary Clinton’s emails is slow, because U.S. intelligence agencies have to make sure they don’t contain any government secrets.
Campers dressed as Minecraft, the grim reaper, and Rainbow Dash traveled from cabana to cabana Friday for some very tasty treats.
Big Blue is looking to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2011 — when the team won Super Bowl XLVI over the Patriots — and expectations are high.
Churchgoers lit candles early Friday morning at Our Lady of Peace on the Upper East Side, one of 31 churches that must merge with a nearby parish by Saturday.
Some major retailers are now offering registries for college students stocking up on supplies ahead of the school year.