Arrest Made In LaGuardia Airport Security BreachSurveillance video shows a guard looking on as a man enters the secure area of terminal B through an exit.
Killer Tide: Addicts Share Their StoriesIn this final installment of our Killer Tide series, we invite you to listen to some of the people we've met on our journey. They are your coworkers, your classmates and your next door neighbors.
Parade Of Ships Kicks Off Fleet Week 2017Navy ships will be pulling into New York Harbor, kicking off this year's Fleet Week.
NYC Chain Grocery And Convenience Stores Must Post Calorie CountsOn Monday, New York becomes the first American city to require large grocery and convenient store chains to post calories counts on prepared foods behind the case and at the salad bar.
'I Wanted To Kill Them': Authorities Detail Case Against Times Square Crash Suspect Richard RojasBronx resident Richard Rojas, 26, faced a judge on Friday.
'I Have A Sickness:' Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty To Sexting Teen GirlHe could face a fine and anywhere from no time in prison to up to 10 years. He may also be required to register as a sex offender. A judge will make the final determination.
Police: LI Man Arrested After Driving Wrong Way On 3 Parkways In WestchesterJason Eisenfeld, 34, of Old Bethpage, is charged with reckless endangerment, driving while intoxicated and criminal possession of a controlled substance, Westchester police said.
Killer Tide: Collateral Damage Crime WaveDrug addicts rarely commit violent crimes, but Long Island authorities say the opioid epidemic is behind most local burglaries and larcenies.
Cuomo Orders Audit Of All State Schools To Ensure Sex Assault Reporting ComplianceNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered an audit of every New York state college and university to make sure the schools are complying with state rules for handling sexual assault complaints.
More Rapid Response Teams, Faster Access To EMTs Part Of MTA Subway Improvement PlanThe MTA announced the new six-point plan on Monday that includes improving tracks and signals.
MTA’s ‘Courtesy Counts’ Campaign Urges Riders To Give Up Seats To Those In NeedA new campaign on New York City's buses and subways is urging people to give up their seats to people in need.
NYC Department Of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte Steps DownThe head of New York City's Department of Correction retired Friday amid growing pressure over his use of a city-issued vehicle.

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