It’s a trend that is being stopped in its tracks. Administrators in one New Jersey school district have put a stop to food deliveries during school hours.
A man has died after being shot Thursday evening on a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus in Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn, a source told CBS 2.
The city of Stamford has started testing 5,000 wells in its post northern area. Many of the wells are tucked away in the basements of homes far from public water systems.
As the push for universal prekindergarten in New York state makes headlines nearly every day, some residents outside New York City are wondering if state leaders are getting ahead of themselves.
When the recent Section 1 tournament semifinal loss to Mount Vernon deteriorated into a series of racial insults at the game and on the Internet, Kevin Downes said it hurt him personally.
The struggle for control of a small town in Sullivan County has drawn the attention of federal agents.
Full Metro-North Railroad service in and out of Grand Central Terminal resumed around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, about seven hours after service was disrupted.
Some Westchester homeowners have called a proposed 32 acre, for-profit, sports complex, being proposed by local leaders unsportsmanlike.
Signs of tension erupted on the Upper West Side Tuesday, as a pedestrian set up signs protesting a police initiative targeting pedestrians following a series of traffic deaths.
Hayden Holder, 29, was originally charged with attempted murder in the Nov. 17 beating of off-duty NYPD Sgt. Mohammed Deen. He now stands charged with aggravated assault and remains held without bail.
Kennedy hugged and clasped hands with her lawyers as a six-person jury cleared her of driving while impaired, a misdemeanor.
The defense rested its case Thursday after calling a final witness to stand and introducing a medical journal article that appears to bolster her testimony.
Kennedy testified that she thought she had taken her thyroid medication, but must have taken a sleeping pill by mistake.
The prosecution in Kerry Kennedy’s drugged-driving trial wrapped up its case Tuesday by calling a toxicologist to the stand. But the witness may have turned out to be more helpful to the defense.
In July 2012, Kennedy was arrested after her Lexus hit a tractor-trailer on Interstate 684 in North Castle. She drove to the next exit, where she failed a sobriety test, police said.