Hurricane Joaquin Intensifies; Parts Of Tri-State Area In Possible PathThe Tri-State is keeping a close eye on Hurricane Joaquin.
Washington Heights Water Main Break Creates Sinkhole, Leaves Residents Without WaterJust before 6 a.m., a water service line that feeds the River Arts Apartments at Riverside Drive and 160th Street ruptured and sent hundreds of gallons of water rushing into the lower levels of the building.
Judge Orders Woman To Pay $1,000 After Company Owner Sues Over Yelp ReviewsThe judge went on to say that instead of expressing her disservice with the job Gardiner's company did, Fanelli's posts were personal and intended to damage his business reputation.
Company Steps In To Help After Disabled Child's Wheelchair Stolen In ElizabethAndrew has Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, better known as CDLS.
Staten Island Borough President: City Needs Plan For Dealing With Surge In Deer PopulationThe borough president said capturing or moving the deer is not a realistic option and that experts say birth control is not a plausible course of action, either.
Thousands Race For Breast Cancer Cure In Central ParkMore than 10,000 people -- many decked out in pink shirts -- hit Central Park on Sunday for the 25th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Before Heading To Culinary School, Teen Chef Will Open Pop-Up Restaurant In New YorkA teenager taught himself to cook so well that he is now a sought after chef preparing to open a 'pop-up' restaurant.
Hot, Dry Summer Could Mean Bitter Fall Harvest At Apple, Pumpkin FarmsThis summer's hot, dry weather could be at the core of a bad apple crop, and could mean a bitter fall harvest season for apple and pumpkin growers.
Renovations Finished On Home Of Fallen NYPD Detective Wenjian LiuA nonprofit organization is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil renovations to the home of a fallen New York City officer.
Chelsea Artist Takes Sand Sculpting To Another LevelBuilding sand castles at the beach is a favorite activity for most kids, but for one man it's his creative outlet.
Renovations At St. Patrick's Cathedral Wrapping Up As Pope Francis' NYC Visit LoomsCrews are putting the finishing touches on the landmark church just in time for Pope Francis' visit in September.
Treatment Resistant ‘Mutant’ Lice Spark Concerns About Out-Of-Control OutbreaksThe mutant lice may be resistant to common chemicals, but there are still a number of oils that are very effective in killing them.