A new proposed law in North Hills, Long Island is designed to make sure homeowners clean up after Fido and Fifi.
Many people use Yelp to find out about a business before they give them their business, but one Midtown business owner threatened to sue over some bad reviews.
Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
It happens to pregnant women all the time – well-meaning people reach out to rub their bellies. But not far away in Pennsylvania, it’s actually illegal.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the law last week, saying it goes beyond the current requirement for colleges to publish fire safety information in annual reports to the federal government.
Thousands of pedestrians and cyclists are killed or injured by automobiles in New York City each and every year, but drivers rarely if ever face serious consequences.
Vikki Ziegler, family law attorney and author of The Pre-Marital Planner, joined The Couch to talk about what couples should be doing before starting their life together.
It turned out it was a neighbor who bought the guns a convicted felon used to kill two firefighters near Rochester on Christmas Eve, and now some state lawmakers want a way to jail people who knowingly give guns to criminals.
Critics say political action committees are skirting New Jersey’s various pay-to-play laws.
In the Garden State, the Council on Local Madates ruled the law unconstitutional because it requires schools to spend money without providing funding.
The move comes after a recent published report showed one in five multimillion dollar purchases made by governments in New Jersey broke the law.
In New York, drivers will have to move over for more than just police and rescue vehicles.
The law would have required such centers to detail whether they provided abortions or emergency contraception, and whether they had a licensed medical provider on-site. The law was to go into effect on Thursday.
State Sens. Loretta Weinberg, a Democrat, and Jennifer Beck, a Republican, were sponsoring the measure.
The National Employment Law Project, based on a worker survey, estimates New York City employers shortchange their low-wage workers, including those in the retailing and restaurant businesses, by almost $1 billion a year.