This year’s Fun on the Fourth at Jones Beach comes with something that has been missing from this landscape for six years.
A recent poll was not winning too many fans in New Jersey Friday, after it ranked the Garden State dead last in favorability among the 50 states.
Worries have been mounting about a terror threat during Fourth of July celebrations in New York City, and the NYPD is not the only agency that has added extra protection.
Bees buzz, sting and terrify, and they don’t care if they live in a tree, a country barn, or the walls of a New York City apartment.
Bratton told a City Council committee Monday that he’s against a package of nine bills that would impose new regulations on the nation’s largest police department.
Investigators are looking for suspects after three people were killed within the span of 90 minutes in separate shootings in Union County.
Prosecutors have charged 35 people with allegedly selling cocaine and heroin in Washington Heights.
Young people around the world are contorting their bodies to get one arm around their backs and their hand over their belly buttons.
Applause erupted in a New Jersey courtroom Wednesday, after emotional remarks from a man who pleaded guilty to stabbing and killing the man he says molested him as a child.
Investigators claim Munther Omar Saleh used his personal computer to search topics ranging from weapons and pressure cookers, to eluding police and disguises.
The signs on a street in Sunnyside, Queens make it clear that it is for one-way traffic only, but some drivers are ignoring it.
For weeks, a massive crater on busy Queens Boulevard rattled residents damaged cars – but New York City officials could not decide whether to define it as a pothole as a sinkhole.
A Staten Island plumber is now a multi-millionaire thanks to a winning Powerball ticket.
The son of the local fire chief was shot in the back of the head and killed in the middle of a Jersey City street early Thursday, and police were on the prowl hours later for the perpetrator.
The pilot program in a dozen taxis and for-hire vehicles keeps an electronic eye on the driver and the road.