A man was found lying dead in the middle of the street in Central Islip late Saturday, after being struck in a hit-and-run crash.
Two good Samaritans are being called heroes after chasing and tackling a suspected iPhone thief in lower Manhattan on Thursday.
Although there have been spotty power outages of late, Con Edison of New York said that it’s staying on top of the power grid, despite having its 8,500 union employees locked out.
The 23-year-old woman was driving “erratically” westbound on Church Avenue in a stolen Toyota Camry before colliding with a minivan, Deputy NYPD Commissioner Paul Browne said in a statement.
No one is above the law in Connecticut, not even the governor.
Police say the man, suspected in two knife point holdups, died after he tried to jump onto a moving subway train fleeing from officers.
A coalition of groups in favor of the right to build a mosque near Ground Zero announced it will hold a counter-demonstration Saturday to those planning to protest the project.
Two people have been hurt in a shooting that happened just two weeks after a nearby middle school was shut down over fears of violence.
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