Kathleen Maloney

Bronx River Parkway

Bloated Saw Mill, Bronx Rivers Could Lead To Headaches In Westchester

Westchester County residents in flood-prone areas know all too well what storms like this may bring and fear the worst. Flood watches are in effect for the entire area and will remain so until Friday afternoon.


Sketches of the 'East Coast Rapist' (Photo/FBI)

Suspected ‘East Coast Rapist’ Attempted Suicide After Arrest

New Haven police said Saturday morning that DNA evidence confirmed a man arrested Friday in Connecticut was the East Coast Rapist.


Authorities search on a beach near Babylon, NY - Dec 14, 2010 - AP Photo/Seth Wenig

Feds Probing L.I. Beach Corpses Eye Laptop

An agent filed an application seeking access to a laptop belonging to Brooklyn resident Akeem Cruz, who was one of the last people to have been with 22-year-old Megan Waterman, who disappeared after traveling to Hauppauge.


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Twitter Helps Homeless NYC Man Find Daughter After 11 Years

It was all smiles and hugs for Daniel Morales, 58, and his daughter Sarah Rivera as they reunited in Bryant Park Friday after being apart for 11 years.


A homeless man in New York City - File / Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images

Grant Will Help The Hungry In NYC

The initiative will have a special focus on households with children, the working poor, and senior citizens.


Controversial billboard on Sixth Ave and Watts St (Photo/Juliet Papa)

Controversial Anti-Abortion Billboard In SoHo Removed

Pressure to pull down a shocking anti-abortion billboard has worked. The controversial message, featuring a child, was on display in SoHo for days – and gone in an instant on Thursday night.


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Number Of NYPD ‘Stop And Frisks’ Hits Record High

601,055 “stop and frisks” were made by NYPD officers in 2010, an all-time high. The NYPD defended the number, saying that roughly ten percent of the stops resulted in arrests.


Cigarette butts in an ashtray - File / Photo: ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images

Mayor Bloomberg To Sign Smoking Ban Bill

The City Council approved the measure on Feb. 2., but not without opposition. Council members who voted against the ban said they see it as an invasion of individual rights.


Newlyweds Air Force Captain John Wu, left, and Stephanie Hull, both from Louisville, Ky., kiss as they pose for photographers after being wed Monday Feb. 14, 2011 on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)

Couples Wed Atop Empire State Building On Valentine’s Day

What better place for a romantic wedding than the iconic Empire State Building. And what better time than Valentine’s Day.


New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan is seen outside St. Patrick's Cathedral - New York, NY - Apr 4, 2010 - Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

Dolan: Hidden Funds Accusation ‘Ludicrous’

Archbishop Timothy Dolan flatly rejected the idea that the church is hiding $130 million dollars in an effort to avoid paying off sex abuse victims.


New York Sen. Chuck Schumer (Photo by Astrid Riecken/Getty Images)

Sen. Schumer Says Pilot Safety Regs Being Weakened

Sen. Charles Schumer of New York warned on Sunday that national air safety regulations proposed after a Buffalo airliner crash two years ago are being watered down in Washington.


Timothy Dolan

Milwaukee Attorneys Seek Questioning Of Dolan

Attorneys in Milwaukee are seeking to bring New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan back to Milwaukee for questioning in an ongoing lawsuit.


LIE police crash

Police Officer Dies In LIE Crash; Man Charged With Homicide

The police officer involved in a late night crash on the Long Island Expressway Friday has died, officials said.


A gang of thieves in Hillside, NJ made off with four cars left idling to warm up during the cold weather on Friday morning. (Credit: CBS 2)

Thieves Steal 4 Idling Cars In 25 Minutes In N.J.

A fast-moving gang of thieves pulled off the heist of idling cars four times Friday morning, and all within a matter of minutes.


Banners are scene at a rally against New York City school closings on Feb. 3, 2011 (Photo/Kathleen Maloney)

Bloomberg Excoriates Protesters As Panel Votes To Close Schools

An educational panel was given a tongue-lashing Thursday night by an angry crowd upset about school closures. Another tongue-lashing came Friday from an irritated mayor who accused the crowd of overstepping its bounds