Michael McCauley’s marrow was a perfect match for former Marine Aaron Faulkner, of Pittsburgh, who is suffering from leukemia
The Sanitation Department said the borough has the most snow-removal violations for its size.
National railroad regulators are asking local police departments to issue more tickets to drivers who ignore warnings at grade crossings.
The Fire Department of New York is swearing in its first female and first openly gay chaplain.
The jury deliberated for 2 1/2 days and found Spears, 27, guilty of second-degree, depraved indifference murder.
Jurors considering murder and manslaughter charges against a woman accused of poisoning her son with salt have completed their first full day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
Lawyer In Murder Trial: Medical Treatment, Not Lacey Spears, To Blame For Son’s Elevated Sodium Level
Riebling said the prosecution’s failure to allege a motive “offends our senses.” He also accused police of botching the investigation, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported.
FBI agents arrested three Brooklyn men for allegedly attempting to travel abroad to join the terror group ISIS, with one man agreeing to kill President Obama if ordered to, according to authorities.
Police remain at the scene of a Brooklyn maraschino cherry warehouse where the owner shot and killed himself after an inspection led to a stunning discovery.
The New York City Department of Education denies violating Title IX, but they have entered into an agreement to resolve the complaint.
A Texas girl who made about 500 handmade thank you cards for law enforcers after two officers were slain in Brooklyn will get to meet some of her New York heroes in person.
A judge on Monday ordered New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and the state Legislature to put more money into pension funds for retired public workers.
The New York City Department of Education plans to unveil some changes in disciplinary policy.
A Bronx schoolteacher’s selflessness has positioned him as a top 10 finalist in a worldwide community service contest.
The TLC requires all of its registered vehicles to have working seatbelts, but there’s no state law requiring passengers to wear them.