The International Toy Fair has invaded Manhattan. TV 10-55′s Elise Finch was at the Javits Center, where everything from classic toys to interactive entertainment is on display.
A record 2,700 dogs will compete for the title of Best in Show at the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show today and tomorrow, and some have overcome great challenges to get there.
Most homeowners said they’re ready, but one home energy expert suggested doing one last check.
Get out your coat and hat if you’re planning on heading outside Tuesday night, because the temperature will be dropping to the single digits in some outlying areas.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday for much of the Tri-State Area. In New York City you can expect wind gusts up to 30 mph on Saturday, and perhaps up to 40 mph on Sunday.
Superstorm Sandy destroyed a home in Ocean County, N.J., but not cherished keepsakes.
A bizarre heist in one New Jersey town has people scratching their heads. The big question is how did they pull it off?
Rep. Michael Grimm has stepped in on behalf of his constituents on Jefferson Avenue, asking the city’s Department of Environmental Protection to investigate.
Half of the tunnel is open for business. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is calling it a major accomplishment after nearly 80 million gallons of Sandy’s flood waters rushed down the streets of Manhattan and filled all four lanes of the twin tubes.
The Schells are handing out the 200 stuffed animals they were able to bring with them. Another 1,600 are being shipped to New York for free by a Kansas City trucking company.
Hundreds of homeowners continue throwing out water-logged clothes, furniture and other personal items destroyed ion the flooding.
Natural disasters always attract people who want to help, but they also attract criminals who seek to profit from people’s pain.
The southernmost tip of Manhattan was as deserted as an Old West ghost town Wednesday evening, but anyone who passed through would find much of the area remained in horrific shape in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Streets were almost as crowded with traffic and people as any other day in the West Village Tuesday afternoon, but power was out virtually everything was closed.
Black bears thrive in the wooded areas of northwest part of the Garden State. But more and more of them are being spotted in local neighborhoods, feasting on whatever they can find.
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