‘Love For Luke’ Campaign Performs Acts Of Kindness In Connecticut Boy’s MemoryA pay it forward movement honored a child's legacy, it's a wrenching story of loss that turned into one of generosity and hope.
Good Samaritan Robbed While Rescuing Woman From Train TracksIt all happened Friday morning before 8 a.m. as they were waiting for a Newark bound train at the Edison, N.J. station.
One Man Killed Another Wounded In Separate Brooklyn ShootingsAt 12:30 p.m. cops responded to a 911 call about a man shot in front of 203 Scholes Street in Williamsburg.
New York State Lawmaker Looks To Outlaw The Recording Of Violent CrimesThe victim in the senseless beating is her 15-year-old daughter. Someone recorded the attack on their phone and shared it with the world.
With 75-Year-Old Resident Dead, Murder Investigation Focuses On Mahopac NeighborhoodCops sealed off the entrance to a private development called 'Hunter's Run' in Mahopac, questioning residents as they searched for one or more killers.
Drivers Pay The Price After Winter Leaves City Streets Pockmarked With PotholesThe cold winter weather and all the construction going on around the city have done a number on the streets, and now drivers are paying a costly price.
'Emotionally We Are Drained,’ Victims’ Families Wait For Justice Years After Brooklyn StabbingFamilies of two children stabbed in a Brooklyn elevator three years ago are still waiting for a suspect to face trial.
Seen At 11: ‘Fatal Fitness’ – When Extreme Exercise Turns DeadlyWe've all heard the saying, 'no pain, no gain,' but what happens when you do too much of a good thing?
Jail Time, Steep Fine For Men In ‘Catastrophic’ Suffolk County Dumping CaseIt's the final chapter in a troubling case of illegal dumping -- a case prosecutors say caused an environmental catastrophe in Suffolk County.
Nutley Crew Team Interrupts Practice To Rescue Man In Passaic RiverThe practice started out like any other for the Nutley High School crew team. They launched from their boathouse in Kearny and headed down the Passaic River and then back again.
Democratic Council Candidate Admits To Being A Liar, Denies Being An Anti-SemiteThe democrat running for city council on the Upper West Side lied on Twitter and lied to a newspaper, and then admitted it.
‘Bloomerent’ Finds Wedding Flowers At A Discount, But There’s A Catch -- They’re UsedIt's spring, and love is in the air -- which means it's also wedding season. An average wedding in the U.S. costs more than $26,000 -- $1,220 of which is spent on flowers.

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