Bill Cosby’s attorney released a statement Friday night, saying the claims from the women accusing him of sexual assault are “fantastical stories” that are “becoming increasingly ridiculous.”
New York state officials said Monday that they are giving a fresh look at how bilingual classes are taught in the state.
It seems like everyone has a smartphone with a camera these days, and many people are using them to record cops interacting with citizens.
Westchester County residents can now use their phones to anonymously report suspicious activity or information about outstanding warrants and cold cases.
Thousands of people in Westchester County lost water service for a few hours Wednesday, when New York City workers closed a major valve without notifying the affected communities.
A 10-year-old boy fell into a quarry at a park outside White Plains Tuesday afternoon.
Astorino said he is open to discussion regarding the budget, but not outside of what he called the markers: a balanced budget, no increase in county taxes, and no borrowing.
Officers discovered the body of 76-year-old Linda Misek-Falkoff inside her home on Grandview Avenue in Pleasantville back on Oct. 30 after her mail carrier noticed mail piling up and called police.
Police said Linda Falkoff had been dead for at least several days before she was discovered.
Police said Ishad Knight of Miami disregarded signs and hit the overpass Tuesday at Exit 27 near King Street in Rye Brook on the New York-Connecticut state line.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is maintaining his significant cash advantage over Republican challenger Rob Astorino as the gubernatorial race enters its final weeks.
Westchester County is cracking down on what people put in their trash after an influx of construction debris showed up at the curb over the past six months.
A Westchester mother accused of fatally poisoning her 5-year-old son faced a judge Wednesday.
A new neighbor is on the prowl in the quaint Westchester County village of Ardsley, and the wild animal has people both excited and nervous.
Two highly-decorated police officers in Yonkers became criminal defendants Wednesday, after being indicted by a grand jury for an alleged shortcut to justice.