Christie Meets With Paterson Doctors Finding Success Fighting Opioid CrisisChristie met Thursday with the doctors and nurses running the Alternatives to Opioids Program at St. Joseph's emergency room in Paterson.
Killer Tide: How Authorities Hold Dealers Accountable For Deadly DosesShortly after Michael McMahon was elected Staten Island district attorney in 2014, a neighbor's child collapsed on his parent's front lawn and died of a heroin overdose.
Drug Ring Distributed Synthetic Opioid Never Before Seen In NYC Market, Authorities SayThe Brooklyn District Attorney announced multiple arrests Wednesday in a narcotics distribution ring that sold a drug never before seen on the streets of New York.
MTA Trashes Pilot Program Removing Garbage Cans From Subway StationsThe experiment was intended to encourage commuters to bring their trash with them as they traveled.
Doctors' Group Says Drug Addiction Should Be Treated As A Medical ConditionThe American College of Physicians says substance use disorders are not a moral failing, but a disease like diabetes and should be treated as such.
Former NYPD Officer Who Shot, Killed Unarmed Black Teen Speaks OutConstance Malcolm says there's no justice for her son and she's appalled by how the police department and city government have treated the officer who shot Graham to death in 2012.
Morning Collision At Penn Station Snarls Travel Through EveningCommuters are facing a difficult ride home Friday evening after an incoming NJ TRANSIT train was hit when an Amtrak train leaving Penn Station derailed during the morning rush hour.
Security In NYC Remains Tight In Wake Of London AttackHeavily armed police have been stationed in Times Square, at Grand Central Terminal, outside the British Consulate and other locations across the city.
Killer Tide: What's Being Done To Break The CycleOpioid users often get caught in a spiral -- they use, they detox, they recover and then go back to using again, often committing crimes to feed their addictions.
Officials: Trump Budget Cuts Would Leave 'Gaping Hole' In Gateway Project FundingNew Jersey legislators and Port Authority officials gathered together Wednesday to urge Congress to preserve the Gateway Project's financial lifeline.
Police Investigating 2 Shootings That Left 3 Hurt In HarlemInvestigators are looking for suspects in the shootings, but it is unclear if the two incidents are related.
City Needs Plan To Deal With Explosion In Senior Population, Stringer SaysWith New York City’s population aging, Comptroller Scott Stringer said the city needs a path forward to help seniors age in their homes.

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