GOP & Democrats Signal No Sign Of Retreat In First Day Of ShutdownLast-minute negotiations crumbled as Senate Democrats blocked a four-week stopgap extension in a late-night vote, causing the fourth government shutdown in a quarter century.
Clothing Drive Held For Bronx Families Displaced By City's Deadliest Fire In DecadesA community in the Bronx is trying to come to grips with a devastating fire that left 12 people dead, including five children, Thursday night.
Giant Shredder Pulverizes Bad Memories During Annual ‘Good Riddance Day’ CelebrationA massive shredder was pulverizing people's bad memories. Many wrote the memories on a piece of paper and shredded it, just like that.
Murphy Outlines Civil Rights Agenda Alongside Rev. Al Sharpton In ElizabethSunday service at New Hope Baptist is a lively affair and an important stop for Murphy, who got 94 percent of the African American vote.
Tri-State Area Readies For First Significant Snow Of The SeasonThree to six inches of heavy, wet snow are expected for most.
Limits On Deliveries, Crackdown On Blocking Intersections Among Highlights Of De Blasio Traffic Congestion PlanBeginning next year, New York City will test a pilot program limiting curbside delivery in certain high-traffic commercial zones during peak hours – and will also crack down on drivers who block intersections.
MTA: Glitch Where MetroCard Machines Only Accepted Cash Is Over, Shouldn't Affect Monday Morning CommuteProblems with MetroCard vending machines this weekend have been fixed and should not affect the Monday morning commute, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Sunday.
Officials Consider Building Aerial Gondola System Between Bayonne & Staten IslandThe Staten Island Economic Development Corporation is calling for a nearly two mile-long system with gondolas that are somewhat smaller than the Roosevelt Island trams.
NY State Police: 3 Dead In Apparent Double Murder-Suicide In Pound RidgeState and local police responded to a home on Fox Hill Road in Pound Ridge around around 11:10 a.m. Friday.
Astorino Rejects Apology For Being Compared To 'Nazi' Over Vetoed Immigration BillWestchester County Executive Rob Astorino on Wednesday rejected an apology from a county legislator who used the word “Nazi” to describe his stance on the immigration bill he vetoed.
Skygazers Across Tri-State Turn Out For Partial Solar EclipseIn the Tri-State area, we should be able to see the moon block out about 70 percent of the sun.
Rockland Homeowners Caught Renting Out Backyard Pools Could Face Steep FinesWould you let strangers use your backyard pool? Some homeowners are doing it to make extra cash.

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