AAA: 38 Million Americans Expected To Travel For Memorial Day WeekendAAA projects some 38 million people will travel 50 miles or more over the holiday weekend. That's about 700,000 more than last year and the most since 2005.
Police: Masked Man Sought In Stabbing Of 3 Teens At Rockville Centre ParkThe three victims were playing basketball when a man walked up to the group, pulled a ski mask over his face and tried to start a fight, police said.
Lawsuit Accuses Domino's Pizza Of 'Rampant Wage Violations'New York's attorney general has sued Domino's Pizza Inc., affiliates and three franchisees alleging they underpaid workers based on payroll reports generated by the parent company's computer system.
5 People Shot In Newark As Large Amount Of Marijuana Found At SceneFive people were shot in Newark on Monday evening.
Pommes Frites Reopens In New West Village Location 14 Months After Deadly ExplosionA popular eatery destroyed by a fatal gas explosion in the East Village 14 months ago is back in business.
Highland Park School Board Approves New Transgender PolicyIt's being called one of the most progressive and groundbreaking plans in the entire state.
Metro-North Returning To Regular Weekday Schedule Friday Following East Harlem FireMetro-North said it would operate on an "enhanced Saturday schedule'' Thursday, providing customers with additional trains during peak travel times. The railroad said it hoped to restore regular service by Friday.
Bridgegate Co-Conspirators List Release Delayed AgainA ruling from the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia Thursday calls for a June 6 hearing to decide whether to release the list.
WCBS 880 Exclusive: Bill Bratton Says He's Not Stepping Down, Calls Police Union Head 'Crazy Eddie'SBA President Ed Mullins said Police Commissioner Bill Bratton "has stayed too long" and called for him to step down amid an ongoing NYPD corruption investigation.
Pastor Praying For Return Of Religious Painting Stolen From Manhattan ChurchIt happened around 12:30 p.m. back on Sunday, May 8 at Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church on Wadsworth Avenue.
Judge Delays Release Of Co-Conspirators List In Bridgegate CaseSomeone included in a list set to be released of people who were involved in the 2013 lane closures in New Jersey near the George Washington Bridge is going to court anonymously to try to stop it.
State Lawmakers Try To Stop NYC's 5-Cent Bag FeeLast week, the City Council voted 28 to 20 to approve a bill that would require shoppers to be charged a nickel for each bag.

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