Antionetta Baldassarre, 67, has been charged with second-degree murder, arson and criminal possession of a weapon, police said.
The fire began on the first floor of the home on Tioga Drive in the St. Albans neighborhood at about 7 p.m., authorities said. The brothers were discovered unconscious on the second floor, police said.
The video shows the victim was simply outside talking on his phone when the gunfire erupted.
A garbage dump that takes trash from Manhattan’s Upper East Side was the last place that the newlywed wanted to be, but the young woman said she had to go through every single bag in the warehouse.
Couples who love each other, love their country, and love to win were put through some grueling paces, all for a perfectly romantic prize.
Residents are upset that bow-hunting is being allowed closer to homes inside a recently-renovated nature trail in Kings Park, Long Island.
Even after sundown, it remained warm enough to quickly melt ice cream cones.
A Staten Island EMS captain has been arrested in Staten Island stemming from a felony warrant out of Los Angeles, CBS 2 confirmed Saturday.
We’ve all seen it – people with expensive cars parking sideways across two spaces. One fed-up man in Clifton, New Jersey, found a harmless way to get revenge.
A massive march for climate change was set to roll into Midtown and the Upper West Side on Sunday, and commuters will have to be ready for bumper-to-bumper delays.
Thieves stormed a jewelry store at a Long Island mall on a busy shopping day. They were caught on camera smashing and grabbing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry.
When the exit opened in mid-August there were no street markings, leaving drivers confused. The Expressway, Ocean Terrace, and Witteman Place all funnel onto Milford Drive.
Nashaly Perez was last seen leaving P.S. 371 located at 355 37th Street at around 1 p.m. Monday.
The shooting took place at 82nd Street and Amsterdam Avenue — an area filled with restaurants and teeming with people on a Friday night.
Family and friends of those who died read the names of the nearly 3,000 people killed in New York, at the Pentagon and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.