On Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the New York Medical Examiner’s Office is holding “Missing Persons Day.”
Plans for updating Amtrak, Metro North, New Jersey Transit, the Long Island Rail Road and other lines were on display in Newark Thursday.
A rally was held demanding arrests for the violent mugging of an 81-year-old legally blind man last month in Queens.
Hundreds of fellow officers applauded as Officer Nicholas Guerrero, 36, was released from Stony Brook University Hospital and transferred to a rehabilitation facility Friday.
The collapse happened inside the old Social Services building, which is now being turned into a family court in Mineola.
The New York-based bank disclosed Thursday that the breach compromised customer information pertaining to roughly 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.
Bill Cannon, one of the owners of Beech Street Taxi in Long Beach, stopped in heavy traffic on the Van Wyck Expressway Thursday afternoon to save a kitten from on top of a traffic barrier.
The TLC issued 5,000 safety-related summonses so far this year. That’s a 95 percent increase from last year.
A rookie cop was killed and eight other officers were injured Sunday morning in a single-vehicle crash involving an NYPD van in the Bronx.
New York State’s Health Department says the severe respiratory illness that swept through the Midwest, sickening children, has moved east.
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.