3 Dead After Fire At Hillsborough Township Apartment ComplexThe blaze broke out at the Hillsborough Gardens Apartments on Farm Road just after 10 p.m. Monday.
Brentwood To Get License-Plate Readers In Wake Of Recent Gang-Related KillingsAbout $1 million in state funds have been secured for the installation and maintenance of cameras which will be placed throughout 20 locations in Brentwood.
2 More Half-Naked Men Spotted In Massapequa Preserve, Police SayA 51-year-old woman told police she was jogging in Massapequa Preserve on Sunday afternoon when she saw a man running naked from the waist down.
'Our City Is Hurting:' Ex-City Council Speaker Quinn Unveils Proposals To Combat HomelessnessFormer City Council Speaker Christine Quinn unveiled a series of proposals Thursday to combat rising homelessness in New York City.
How Did It Go Wrong? Loved Ones Seek Answers In Death Of Woman Shot By NYPDPolice said the sergeant shot and killed an emotionally-disturbed woman who confronted him with scissors and a baseball bat.
NYPD: 40 Frozen Cats Found In Freezers In Long Island City Storage UnitDozens of dead cats were found in freezers in a Long Island City storage unit.
Newark Teen Faces Carjacking Charges After Court Orders ReleaseThe teen was accused of receiving stolen property in Maplewood on Sunday after police spotted a stolen car.
'I’m Asking All New Yorkers To Engage With Their Police:' Commissioner O'Neill Unveils Plan To Unite Police, Communities NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill said the department is intent on forging better relationships in communities to more effectively fight crime.
Despite Protests, Dept. Of Homeless Services Rents 30 Rooms In Maspeth, Queens HotelThe Department of Homeless Services' original plan to turn the hotel into a homeless shelter for 110 families was met with push-back from local residents and elected officials.
Partial NJ TRANSIT Service Resumes At Hoboken Terminal Following Deadly CrashTracks 10 to 17 reopened for rail service, but Tracks 1 to 9 remain out of service as repair work continues.
Teen Says Creepy Clown Pulled Out Kitchen Knife At 96th Street Subway StationReports of menacing clowns have been spreading across the U.S., fueled largely by social media, and authorities say they are being forced to take them seriously as a potential threat to public safety, particularly at schools.
NJ Lawmakers Expected To Approve Plan To Raise State's Gas Tax By 23 CentsThe proposal is expected to pass, but many New Jersey drivers aren't happy about having to pay more at the pump.