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Gary Messina was killed and his instructor critically injured during a tandem jump at Calverton’s Skydive Long Island on Wednesday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says now is the time to transform police-community relations in New York City.
A new study published by the American Diabetes Association shows something as simple as lowering your thermostat can boost your metabolism, CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson reported.
Police believe drag racing may be what led to a deadly crash overnight on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Dobbs Ferry.
Police said the incident happened at around 5:30 p.m. at a home on Post House Road in Harding Township.
Pest control specialists are working overtime to round-up all kinds of creatures in Westchester.
A jury in Maryland issued a not guilty verdict Wednesday for a New Jersey police detective charged with murder in a road rage incident.
A young Queens girl who dreams of being the world’s best baton twirler is getting her chance in a big way, CBS 2’s Scott Rapoport reported.
As a foreign correspondent for Newsweek, Richard Chesnoff survived wars and riots. Yet he said it was a brush with a New York City sidewalk that left him wounded — 23 stitches in the ankle and a bruise on his leg.
Audra Cummings said she was standing next to her driveway when she was mowed down.
The fire broke out around 6:30 a.m. at a building on 51st Avenue near the Queens Midtown Tunnel in Long Island City.
Fellow officers lined the street and clapped as Det. Mario Muniz left the hospital in a wheelchair just after 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
The paid sick leave law, which went into effect on April 1, covers employees who work more than 80 hours during a calendar year in New York City.
There was new information on Tuesday night about a 32-foot wooden ship that was found buried at Ground Zero.
Both U.S. marshals injured in a shootout with a wanted fugitive have been released from the hospital as new details emerge on what led authorities to find the suspect at a West Village smoke shop.