State Sen. Marty Golden and Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis are leading the effort to reduce the $15 toll for frequent bridge users from Brooklyn. The toll for E-ZPass tagholders is $10.66 per trip.
Arguments were heard Thursday in a case brought by an atheist group. The case will need to be decided quickly, as the 9/11 museum is slated on open in May.
New York state Assemblyman William Boyland Jr. was convicted Thursday of accepting bribes from a carnival promoter and two undercover FBI agents posing as out-of-town real estate investors.
Records provided by the Occupation Safety and Health Administration show Henkels & McCoy was fined $70,000 for safety violations at a work site in Bayonne and $42,000 for violations in Neptune.
A New Jersey couple does not have to pay for their 18-year-old daughter’s college education, a judge ruled Tuesday evening.
Since mid-November, the NYPD reports 39 fire escape break-ins in the heart of the Queens community – from 33rd to 47th streets and 30th to 31st Avenue.
As Russian troops move into Ukraine, Rabbi Yaakov Dov Bliech, a leader of New York City’s Ukrainian-American community and chief rabbi of Ukraine, is sounding the alarm.
A man who was once the only black member of the NYPD’s elite scuba diving unit says he endured years of racial bias.
The announcement was made at the Palace Theater as the crowd cheered “going with you” in Spanish.
Officer James Li is in stable condition at Kings County Hospital after police say he was shot in both legs by a man who tried to board a bus without paying.
University of Connecticut officials knew of sexual abuse allegations against a music professor a decade before taking action, according to an independent investigative report.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo sweetened the deal with $4 million in state tax credits — the largest film or television project commitment in New York history.
Platform A, which serves Hoboken, is fully modernized and features new lighting, speakers, illuminated signs, escalators and elevators.
Several children were left standing at the curb Monday or had to endure two-hour bus rides because drivers were assigned to new routes that they weren’t familiar with.
A 23-year-old man was taken into custody at Burlington Coat Factory at Rego Park Center. Investigators believe he set the fires to divert attention from his shoplifting.