Police canceled an AMBER Alert that had been issued for Mia Olarte. The little girl was found in Queens Tuesday morning and has been taken to the hospital for an evaluation.
A survey has revealed that NJ TRANSIT workers believe those in charge think being on time is more important than being safe.
Four people were injured Monday afternoon when a car jumped a curb near Central Park, officials said.
Three traumatic years at Rikers as a teenager for a crime he was never convicted of haunted Kalief Browder.
A 17-year-old’s death from Lyme disease that went undiagnosed is the subject of a play being performed Monday evening at the Bardavon Opera House in Poughkeepsie.
A Staten Island plumber is now a multi-millionaire thanks to a winning Powerball ticket.
The pilot program in a dozen taxis and for-hire vehicles keeps an electronic eye on the driver and the road.
Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, will hold a rally and deliver her first major policy speech of her candidacy next weekend on Roosevelt Island.
Crime has been spiking in New York City — with shootings and murders up — and the NYPD is preparing for a long summer.
The Atlantic City monopoly on New Jersey casino gambling may soon be coming to an end.
New pocket cards listing the “Top Five Things to Ask When Entering Nail Salons” are being distributed statewide.
Dean Skelos was New York state’s most powerful Republican when he was arrested on conspiracy and extortion charges.
Four credit unions lending the buyers of yellow cab medallions are filing a lawsuit, as the Taxi and Limousine Commission considers new regulations on Uber and similar operations.
A filing in federal court in Newark on Wednesday refers to a confidential settlement reached by the two sides.
Seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a U.S. corruption probe.