The drill at Wayne Hills High School was designed to test officers in a double threat situation: two attackers, one with a gun and the other with a bomb.
Amanda Gambacorto, of Middletown, was killed Saturday when the midget car she was driving hit a wall while she was taking part in a beginners race clinic.
The 24th annual Sand Sculpting Competition raised money for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Margo Pellegrino has traded her car for an outrigger canoe for a nine-day trip that takes her down the Delaware River and up the coast.
Police in East New York and Brownsville have basically done away with stop and frisks in the first half of 2014.
A protest march was under way in Midtown Thursday evening on behalf Michael Brown, the man who was shot and killed by police in suburban St. Louis.
A New Jersey man is accused of strangling his cousin and her 10-year-old foster daughter after he was caught taking pornographic photographs of the young girl, authorities said.
Richard Christopher, 32, of Suffern, was behind the wheel of a pickup truck when he drove the wrong way and crashed into a car driven by James DeVito, police said.
A delegation from the city is hosting members of the Democratic National Committee in an effort to bring the 2016 convention to Brooklyn.
Mayor Bill de Blasio hosted colleagues from other cities at Gracie Mansion as they promised to push for higher wages, expanded pre-kindergarten programs and increased Internet access for poor neighborhoods.
The three-alarm blaze began around 10:15 p.m. Saturday at 191 Saratoga Avenue, a resident said.
Sen. Charles Schumer endorsed the U.S. airstrikes in Iraq on Sunday, but the New York Democrat said he is against sending troops there.
A city website said about 4,000 New Yorkers are seriously injured and more than 250 are killed each year in car accidents.
Mothers and breastfeeding advocates gathered on the steps of City Hall Friday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of a state law protecting a woman’s right to breastfeed anywhere.
The crash that injured more than a dozen people in Times Square has officials taking a closer look at how tour buses operate in the city, WCBS 880’s Monica Miller reported.