'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Meet The Long Island Vegetable OrchestraThey make their instruments out of vegetables, and they put their heart and soul into it.
Video Appears To Show Police Punching Bike Theft Suspect Who Allegedly Body Slammed OfficerThe NYPD Internal Affairs Division is looking into a video of an officer who appears to be repeatedly punching the head of a teen who had been accused of trying to steal a bicycle.
Menendez Kicks Off Puerto Rican Relief Effort As Corruption Trial ContinuesU.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-New Jersey) is fighting for his political life in a federal corruption trial, but that has not stopped him from working his regular retail politics.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Broadway's Dog Whisperer, Bill BerloniDo you have a dog you think is a star? Berloni will be the one to let you know.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Judo Knows No AgeWatching an 83-year-old man get womped in judo might not seem fair. Except the guy doing the womping is 92-year-old Jerry Vessichio.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Meet The Voice Of The NYC Subway SystemIt could be the most recognizable phrase in New York: “Stand clear of the closing doors, please.” You know his voice, but his name?
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' How To Know Who's Honking At YouAs a “street reporter,” I’m on the street a lot. And what I notice most about this urban landscape that we live in is… the constant honking.
Already Stretched Thin From Harvey, Area Red Cross Teams Deployed To Help With Irma's AftermathThe organization says teams will be sent to the U.S. Virgin Islands through Florida, all the way to the mid-Atlantic region as needed.
NJ National Guard, NYC Search & Rescue Task Force Deployed To Florida For Hurricane IrmaNew Jersey and New York are deploying troops and specialized task forces to Florida to help with Hurricane Irma.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Brooklyn Cyclones Surf Squad Brings Cheer For All AgesThe team’s traditional young, nubile cheerleader group has been replaced this year with the Surf Squad. And no one is more nontraditional than 57-year-old Susan Avery.
NYPD Hopes New Technology Will Help Crack Unsolved Murder CasesThe process, called Phenotyping, uses a victim’s DNA to approximate his or her face -- even if their body is found without a head.
Long Island Suburbs See Major Drop In Crime, Officials SayNew numbers out Sunday indicate that crime is on the decline in suburban Long Island.