Deadly Legionnaires’ Outbreak Stokes Concern Among Residents Of Queens BuildingResidents of a Forest Hills apartment complex were concerned after a Legionnaires' disease outbreak left one person dead, and made another ill.
Woman Says Driver Trapped Epileptic Son On The Bus As He Suffered A SeizureA Brooklyn mother is outraged saying a bus driver trapped her epileptic son on board a school bus because she didn't bring the proper identification.
New Law Would Make Public Urination Illegal In AmityvilleBall players behaving badly have prompted a proposed new law in one Long Island village.
Mediterranean Style Diets Are Effective In Fighting Acid Reflux; Study FindsAmericans seem to be in the midst of an epidemic of heartburn, indigestion, and acid reflux if you go by the amount of acid blocking drugs being sold.
Christie Plans To Divert State Funds To Pay For $200-Million Opioid InitiativeGovernor Chris Christie is laying out the details of his new $200-million plan to fight New Jersey's opioid epidemic.
Study: Tackle Football Could Lead To Impaired Mood Later In LifeThere was some disturbing news Tuesday, for parents with children who play tackle football.
Woman Stole Elderly Identities To Fund ‘Brazilian Butt Lift’; Cops SayA Huntington Station woman has been accused of ripping off physical therapy patients to pay for cosmetic surgery.
Four North Jersey Towns Listed Among ‘Best Places To Live In America’Along North Arlington's main drag of Ridge Road, people were out jogging, walking dogs, and enjoying the weather.
Cop Allegedly Threatened Victim With A Gun The Day After Coney Island BeatingA New York City cop was accused of beating a man up during a dispute in Coney Island, and later tracking his victim down and using a gun to intimidate him.
Post-Game Brawl Leads To Assault Charges For Fair Lawn Youth Soccer CoachA youth soccer coach has been arrested for allegedly headbutting another coach -- a young player was also struck during the fight.
New Jersey Schools Turn To Anti-Drug Programs In Response To Opioid CrisisThe police chief and superintendent are joining forces with the LEAD program -- Law Enforcement Against Drugs -- to focus on the changing needs of kids these days.
Hearing Impaired Community Says Sign Language Interpreter Botched Irma MessagesOutrage was the response when a sign language interpreter in Florida botched the job of translating evacuation orders just before Hurricane Irma came ashore.