Dykstra is accused of finding victims by placing online ads seeking personal assistants or housekeepers. He allegedly exposed himself to women who responded to the ads on several occasions between 2009 and 2011.
In these challenging economic times, we can learn something from an expert bargain shopper.
Joan Hong says her Yorkie named Matsu was stolen off the street in Brooklyn. It is the third dognapping reported in the last month.
When two guys from Marlboro, New Jersey launched BeenVerified, a million people suddenly knew a lot more going into that blind date or Craigslist purchase.
Alexa and Aimee Kaplan posted a listing on Craigslist hoping to get an electric guitar for their father Arthur, who sold his beloved vintage Gretsch guitar about a year ago to pay the family bills.
On Monday, CBS 2’s John Slattery told you of victims in Irvington, N.J. On Tuesday he unearthed more victims — this time in Yonkers.
From Essex County, New Jersey comes another story that should make you take care when responding to an online advertisement.
It may not be a laughing matter to some people, but New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg had a lot of fun on his weekly radio show joking about the world coming to an end on Saturday.
They’re the backdrop at coffee shops, delis, and laundromats across New York City, but those flyers didn’t get there on their own. For one New Yorker, his canvas is the city; his paintbrush is a staple gun.
The Suffolk County Marine Unit once again had divers using metal detectors and clam rakes search for any evidence of Gilbert.
Paterson police are reporting numerous robberies in the past two weeks of people who used Craigslist to buy or sell used iPhones.
Apartment seekers have a new tool to help them avoid making an expensive mistake.
Police said a man has been showing apartments in Brooklyn to prospective buyers even though he has no permission or authority to show them.
Congressman Anthony Weiner is taking a stand against a statue in Queens that has been a source of controversy for nearly 90 years.
A 27-year-old Wisconsin woman claims that Hopkins offered her free room and board via Craigslist, but instead she was handcuffed to a radiator, beaten, bound, gagged and raped repeatedly.