Police radios crackled with sightings as a bear was seen marching through the wooded areas of Mountainside, N.J., Thursday, WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported.
Three suspects have been charged in connection with the death of a college student who was found shot to death in a vehicle in West Orange, authorities said Monday.
A memorial was growing Monday outside the Long Branch apartment where a woman and her foster daughter were found slain last week.
You might be asking where’s summer? But as WCBS’s Jim Smith reports, it may be more perception than reality.
Ramsey Orta, 22, was arrested Saturday night on Staten Island on a charge of criminal possession of a firearm, an NYPD spokesman said.
The man was removed from the water in cardiac arrest and taken to Mount Sinai-St. Luke’s Hospital, authorities said.
Part of the new Tappan Zee Bridge construction project is being shut down. The announcement brought a sigh of relief to residents in South Nyack.
The Metropolitan Opera and unionized employees have agreed to postpone a lockout for 72 hours, as a federal mediator headed to the city to resolve a labor faceoff.
The paid sick leave law, which went into effect on April 1, covers employees who work more than 80 hours during a calendar year in New York City.
Police said a fugitive who was working in a West Village smoke shop shot and wounded three officers who were trying to arrest him Monday afternoon, before the officers returned fire and killed him.
The families are filing a lawsuit challenging teacher tenure, seniority and disciplinary rules. They say those protections are keeping ineffective teachers in the classroom.
An effort is underway in New York to push legislation that could save straphangers hundreds of dollars a year.
Synthetic marijuana has sent at least 15 people to city emergency rooms over the past few days, a Health Department official said.
Sen. Charles Schumer, Rep. Steve Israel: Feds Should Consider Missile-Protection Systems For Commercial Planes
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is urging federal authorities to study whether U.S. passenger jets should be equipped with devices that would protect them against missiles.
Attorney David Kreizer has several lawsuits against the City of Newark, but admitted that civil rights cases can be tough.