Brooklyn Couple Faces New Arrest After Skipping Sentencing For Cancer ScamBrittney Schmidt and Vincent Fina were expected to receive five years probation and no jail time, but missed a court sentencing Wednesday.
80-Year-Old Deli Clerk Fatally Shot Inside Brooklyn BodegaPolice say a person walked into the deli at 797 Stanley Ave. in East New York and shot the elderly man in the chest.
Residents Want 4-Way Stop, Speed Bumps At Crash-Prone Queens IntersectionResidents are demanding the city take action to prevent future crashes from occurring at an accident-prone intersection in Queens.
Airline Passengers Bracing For Changes Coming To LaGuardia This WeekendSix airlines are packing up and relocating to new terminals as part of a larger redevelopment process.
Another Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against FDNYA lawsuit filed against the FDNY is accusing the agency of discriminating against black employees and job seekers in its ambulance and civilian support staff operations.
Search Continues For Man Who Fired Shot At Orange County MallIt wasn't clear whether the gunfire shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday at the Galleria at Crystal Run in Middletown was accidental.
Shoppers Out Supporting Locally Owned Retailers For Small Business SaturdayThe major retailers are known for their Black Friday deals, but Saturday's focus is on locally owned shops.
3 People, Including 2 Teens, Charged In Deadly Thanksgiving Day Carjacking In NewarkFamily members say 40-year-old Shuri Henry was gunned down just after enjoying the holiday dinner with her family.
Massive Crowds Flock To Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon Inflation Amid Heightened SecurityCheckpoints for the massive viewing were similar to those in Times Square on New Year's Eve.
TSA Shares Tips For Smooth Thanksgiving TravelYour grandma's gravy may be a family favorite, but stuffing it in your carry-on bag may not fly with the TSA.
Upstate Woman Says Governor Cuomo Ignored Sexual Harassment ClaimsGov. Andrew Cuomo's office said it launched investigations after the office received allegations in October 2016.
Families Homeless For The Holidays After 6-Alarm Fire At Hamilton Heights Apartment BuildingThe fire started just after 3 p.m. Friday afternoon and took over 17 hours to place under control. With several flareups overnight, authorities say the building still poses serious risk for neighbors.

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