A dangerous round of storms was passing through some parts of the Tri-State Area late Wednesday, and the storm system was expected to persist until the morning.
One man from New York City and another from Argentina were severely burned Monday afternoon in a crash in Dutchess County.
A husband and wife allegedly ran the high-volume drug pipeline between their Washington Heights apartment and Wappingers Falls in Dutchess County.
Police on Saturday were looking for a man suffering from dementia and Parkinson’s disease who disappeared from his Westchester County home.
The search for a missing mother came to a tragic end on Friday. Police in Dutchess County said that a body found beside a road was that of the woman whose husband and two sons were found shot dead Thursday.
A swastika was spray-painted on a car parked at Old Sylvan Lake Road in Hopewell Junction on Friday night.
Police say they’ve arrested a 15-year-old boy who forced a 7-year-old girl to perform a sex act on him and then started a fire in an attempt to kill her in New York’s Hudson Valley.
A tornado warning was issued Tuesday for parts of the Tri-State Area, and a spotter reported that a tornado touched down upstate.
For those north of New York City, life is still not normal since superstorm Sandy hit on Monday. Many are without power and some can’t drink the water.
The Putnam County coroner said based on the preliminary autopsy results, it “probably” means Larchmont Police Captain Thomas Sullivan, his wife Donna and their two daughters, 17-year-old Meghan and 15-year-old Mairead, died before they were burned.
Starting Saturday afternoon, a wintry mix is expected to hit the Tri-State Area.
Montgomery Place Orchards in Annandale-on-Hudson (that’s upstate near Red Hook) grows sixty varieties of antique apples, and this time of year, they like to see which ones bake up best.
President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in New York after Tropical Storm Irene, freeing up federal recovery funds.
From Westchester County to Dutchess County and beyond, New York City’s northern suburbs are still cleaning up from the torrential rains of Hurricane Irene.
At the 166th Dutchess County Fair the emphasis will be on the best home-baked pie, the cows and baby pigs.