The state medical examiner is conducting forensic tests on a human skull found at Jones Beach yesterday, while local and state police say no new discoveries have been made in the area.
NYPD cop Phil Cardillo was killed in the line of duty in 1972. Hundreds of police officers are doing what they can to keep the case, and the Officer Cardillo’s memory, alive.
Emergency crews are still on the scene where a tanker crashed in Middlesex County on Saturday evening.
Several local radio stations are taking part in Jazz Appreciation Month, hoping to teach younger generations to appreciate the sweet sounds of jazz. One young jazz prodigy is inspiring others with his musical talents.
In Sparta Township, the steady spring snowfall meant several more inches of snow on grassy surfaces and driveways. This snow system brought about nine inches there.
Police confirmed Thursday that the body found in Westchester County is a missing mother of four from the Bronx. Her estranged husband turned himself in and then refused to take a DNA test.
Many of us have heard the sound that can lead to more than $200 leaving your pocket — and it’s all because thousands of city streets resemble war-torn terrain.
Great Neck school officials were to meet Monday night to discuss the latest scandal to hit their prestigious school district — students paying other people to take their college entrance exams or SATs.
Passengers and witnesses told investigators that the driver’s account of getting clipped by a tractor-trailer didn’t match up to what they felt and saw.
The rain moved out Monday morning but it left its mark across the Tri-State.
New York’s archbishop and dozens of other bishops from across New York State will head to a state Catholic conference in Albany, but they won’t be joined by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Police are hunting for a sexual predator who has been targeting women in Flushing, Queens since last year.
In Yonkers, firefighters rescued two men dangling off a collapsed scaffolding. It was still not known Saturday what went wrong to cause the scaffold to collapse.
Rutgers University said Tuesday it’s a way of becoming more welcoming to gay students — co-ed dorm rooms for gay and straight students. But will it fly with parents and others?
The long battle over the controversial pill is now the subject of even more controversy.