It’s been a bad year for commuters and if you rely on mass transit it’s only expected to get worse as a federal transit tax credit is set to expire at the end of the year.
The winning numbers are 23, 32, 33, 39, 43 and the mega-ball is 8.
A fire fully engulfed a home on Christmas morning. A mother made it out alive, but her three kids and two parents, tragically, did not.
Today is the last shopping day before Christmas and for many, a day of panicked purchasing is about to start.
Fire officials say they may not be able to completely extinguish the blaze until this weekend or possibly into next week.
An early morning blaze came dangerously close to ruining this weekend’s plans for two Christmas morning services at a Harlem church.
After more than a decade locked up in Peru, New Yorker Lori Berenson is back at home.
A Grinch who took thousands of dollars worth of toys from a church, will not ruin Christmas for needy families in New Jersey.
A Scrooge who took thousands of dollars worth of toys from a church will not ruin Christmas for needy families in Ramsey.
Investigators said Officer Peter Figoski, 47, was shot in the face while responding to a break-in just before 2:30 a.m. Monday at an apartment on Pine Street in Cypress Hills.
A former Rutgers University student accused of spying on his roommate has turned down a plea deal that would have kept him out of prison and sought to prevent his deportation.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office has identified the shooter as 28-year-old Adepso Collado. The victims are his estranged wife, Kenia Collado, 26, Jose Guzman, 31, and Guzman’s 14-month-old son.
The state says it has to reduce the black bear population in because there are too many bear-human encounters. However, opponents argue it’s about trophies, rugs and politics.
There are disturbing allegations of class credit “padding” at a struggling high school in the Bronx. The principal is under investigation and students who thought they would be graduating, may not have enough credits.
Michael Pomerantz, 18, faces felony charges for allegedly being paid to take college entrance exams for other students. Another student faces a misdemeanor charge.