Hazardous materials were on the scene Monday evening, after an unknown green liquid flooded the sidewalk in Lower Manhattan.
A Staten Island man has been sentenced to four months in jail, after hurling his girlfriend’s cat from an eighth-floor apartment balcony – killing the pet.
A high school teacher in Clifton, N.J., was recovering Monday night after allegedly being hit by a driver during a school evacuation.
Authorities in Newark issued a warrant Tuesday for a suspect a New Year’s Eve shooting that left a man dead and a woman injured.
At least six people were shot – and one of them was killed – between Thursday and Friday afternoon in Newark, N.J., according to a published report.
J and Z service on Tuesday morning will once again begin serving the Fulton and Broad Street stations in Lower Manhattan, for the first time since Superstorm Sandy.
Verizon’s head of national operations Chris Levendos said every inch of corroded copper cable will be replaced with fiber optics.
While most of Manhattan is back to its normal routine following superstorm Sandy, Lower Manhattan is still littered with reminders of the storm’s wrath.
Jesse Owen was knocked unconscious and had no idea what happened when he opened his eyes to see several people at his side trying to help him.
A pickup truck plowed into a group of people Thursday afternoon, pinning a man to a building at 45 Broad Street in the Financial District around 1:30 p.m.
The suspect has not been identified, but an official says the suspect led state troopers and local officers in Newark and Summit on a chase in a car that had been reported carjacked at gunpoint.