3 Dead, Others Injured After Multi-Vehicle Crash On LIE In QueensAuthorities say the accident occurred at around 4:20 a.m. near Maurice Avenue and Borden Avenue in Maspeth.
Prosecutor: LI Man Dragged Mom Into Pool, Drowned HerDenis Cullen, 23, was arraigned Thursday morning. He was arrested after his mother, 63-year-old Elizabeth Cullen, was found dead outside her home in Cold Spring Harbor, Suffolk County police said.
New Jersey Lawmaker Wants To Tighten Grip On Claw GameIt's an amusement park staple with a dedicated fan base. But how often does anyone really win at the claw machine?
5-Year-Old Girl And Grandmother Dead, Others Injured In Little Ferry, NJ House FireA fire took the life of a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother in their Little Ferry, New Jersey home late Tuesday, and officials were investigating the blaze a day later.
Authorities: New Jersey Man Wanted To Be Arrested To Get Drug TreatmentA New Jersey man told investigators he wanted to go to jail so he could receive treatment for his drug addiction, authorities said.
Gristedes Owner Offers $5,000 Reward For Capture Of Ice Cream ThievesPolice were searching Friday for a team that apparently has been stealing freezers’ worth of ice cream from big grocery stores.
A-Rod Ready For 'Strange And Surreal' Setting In Final Game With YankeesThe Yankees announced Sunday that the 41-year-old designated hitter will be released following the game Friday night.
After Female Jogger Deaths, NYC Women Are Rethinking Their RunsThe fear factor has risen at the worst possible time for women training for the New York City Marathon.
Father Of Slain Queens Jogger Pleads With Public For Help In Finding Daughter’s KillerIt's been just over a week since Phil Vetrano discovered the body of his daughter, Karina Vetrano, in a marshy area in the Spring Creek federal park land near the Belt Parkway in Howard Beach.
3 Firefighters Remain Hospitalized Following 4-Alarm Fire In The BronxThe blaze, which fire officials said was started by kids playing with a stove, broke out around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at a home on 235th Street in the Wakefield Section.
Stop With The Selfies: DMV Says New Yorkers Take Too Many Photos While DrivingAn Auto Insurance Center study of social media shows New Yorkers are among the most likely to snap a selfie while driving.
Crime In NYC Parks Up 23 Percent, Study FindsWatchdog group NYC Park Advocates analyzed NYPD data and found that the number of murders, rapes, robberies and homicides rose 23 percent in the nine months through March 2016, compared to the previous nine-month period.