Somerset County, N.J. Residents On Edge After Man Is Horrifically Injured In Crash With DeerThe holiday season is deer mating season – a dangerous time for drivers in some areas.
Staten Island Neighborhood Split Over Deer FeedersLess than two weeks after the city released a new campaign to combat the skyrocketing deer population, some animal lovers are putting deer-feeding stations on their block in Bulls Head.
Smithtown Neighbors Furious After Bow Hunter Begins Shooting DeerResidents on Long Island seem to agree that something must be done about the overpopulation of deer in their communities.
WATCH: Deer Runs Wild Through Staten Island StoreCustomers shopping at a clothing boutique on Staten Island got quite a scare Monday when a deer darted into the store. It’s just the latest in an uptick of deer sightings.
Parks Department In Search Of Solution To Booming Staten Island Deer PopulationAn exploding deer population is creating dangerous driving conditions on Staten Island.
Rescuers Save Deer Trapped On Frozen Connecticut RiverThe state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says coyotes chased the deer onto the thin ice covering the Farmington River.
City And State Point Fingers Over Death Of East Harlem DeerThe deer's death came after the city said despite its concerns, it would hand over the deer to the state Department of Environmental Conservation to be relocated upstate.''
Cuomo Wants Deer Spotted Roaming Around Harlem Moved To New HabitatLast week, crowds lined up outside Jackie Robinson Park to get a closer look at the creature.
Crowds Gather At Jackie Robinson Park For Glimpse Of Deer Hanging Out In HarlemWhatever you want to name him, New York City Parks' Urban Park Rangers are making sure everyone behaves.
Deer Won't Leave, Gets Aggressive When Man Takes Selfie In Staten Island WoodsA Staten Island man had a wild encounter recently when an eight-point buck showed up in his cellphone pictures.
Ballot Questions On How To Handle Deer Population Confuse Residents In Saddle River, NJHouses in Saddle River, New Jersey may cost on average $2 million, but the deer come free.
NJ State Trooper Saves Drowning Deer From Swimming Pool, Authorities SayPolice say the struggling buck recovered and returned to the wild after being safely pulled from the pool.