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.
Confederate Flags Hanging In Windows Of East Village Apartment Anger NeighborsNeighbors said the two Confederate flags, that hang next to Israeli and American flags, have been in the sixth floor windows of 403 East 8th Street for more than a year, but many are angered by the sight following the events in Charlottesville over the weekend.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino Vetoes 'Sanctuary County' BillLegislators approved the Immigration Protection Act earlier this week and vow to override.
Stamford Officials Eye Legislation That Would Outlaw ‘Distracted Walking’Crossing busy Broad Street in downtown Stamford can be a challenge, even if you're not staring down at text messages on your cell phone.
Workers Exposed To Radioactive Substance At Hospital In ConnecticutAuthorities in Connecticut say several people have been exposed to an unidentified radioactive substance after a hospital's nuclear medicine lab was broken into.
Nassau, Suffolk Lawmakers Say Constituents Want Islanders In The ColiseumLegislators from both Nassau and Suffolk said love for the Islanders crosses both party and county lines.
Resorts World Casino Breaks Ground On $400-Million ExpansionFirst opened in 2011 in the retrofitted grandstand of Aqueduct Race Track the all-electronic casino already attracts more than 10-million visitors a year.
Scientists Take To Streets In New York, Around World On Earth DayScientists took to the streets in New York and around the world Saturday in defense of scientific work from attacks including U.S. government budget cuts.
4 People Arrested At 'Day Without Bread' Protest Outside Queens BakeryFour people, two men and two women, were arrested during the "Day Without Bread" protest after they chained themselves to the delivery trucks of Tom Cat Bakery in Long Island City.
NY Set To Make State College Tuition Free For Middle ClassThe plan crafted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo will apply to any New York student whose family with an annual income of $125,000 or less.
Christians Mourn Egypt Church Bombing Victims On Palm SundayPalm Sunday focuses on Jesus' last days before he was crucified. The day is significant because it represents the beginning of Holy Week, ending with Easter Sunday.

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