Colorful floats, elaborate costumes, politicians and merrymakers filled Brooklyn’s streets Monday for the annual West Indian Day Parade, a massive Caribbean celebration that was marred by a fatal shooting nearby before the official festivities got underway.
Nice weather is predicted for the start of the Labor Day holiday weekend across the Tri-State areas as people celebrate the final weekend of summer.
The FAA confirms that debris found in a Stewart Manor yard last Friday is a piece of an A-380 aircraft’s instruction panel from the inside of a landing gear door.
A New York psychologist has been told he can’t move into his rebuilt Jersey Shore home until he pays to replace a utility pole that costs tens of thousands of dollars.
A total of five people were hospitalized Friday night after a car jumped the curb near Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and 145th Street in Harlem Friday night, the FDNY said.
What is believed to be a piece of an aircraft was found Friday in a backyard in Stewart Manor, Long Island.
A New York City woman had some unexpected roommates living in her apartment: 50,000 bees.
Nassau County is forgiving $4.2 million in speed camera fines issued in the last month.
Astorino says the MTA’s five-year plan is expiring this year, and there still isn’t a proposal to replace it.
Green Berets who served in Afghanistan are donating never-before-seen photographs to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Attorneys for victims of Hamas suicide bombings from 2000 to 2004 are accusing an international bank of financing terror, sometimes allegedly running the money through a branch on Madison Avenue.
A storm that dumped nearly an entire summer’s worth of rain in parts of the Tri-State area caused major flooding in some spots, stranding motorists and snarling the morning commute.
Police on Wednesday continued to investigate an accident involving a bicycle that took the life of a 75-year-old jogger in Central Park earlier this month.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plans for the city’s homeless program has one homeless advocate encouraged.
Residents of the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn have set up a “Dog Walkers Hall of Shame,” in an effort to catch those who fail to clean up after their pets on video or camera and post them online.