Ex-School Security Guard: Boy Suspected In New Rochelle Stabbing Had History Of ViolenceA student stabbing outside a middle school in New Rochelle this week was apparently the latest in a series of incidents involving a troubled eighth grader.
Paul Ryan: 'I'm Just Not Ready' To Endorse Donald TrumpHouse Speaker Paul Ryan is refusing to support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president, insisting Thursday that the businessman must do more to unify the GOP.
Hempstead School District Won't Raise Budget Despite Overcrowded ClassroomsSchool budget votes are coming up and in many districts taxes are going down thanks to a state tax cap.
Teen Convicted In 2014 Coney Island Fire That Left NYPD Officer DeadA Brooklyn teenager was convicted of murder and arson Thursday for setting a fire that left a police officer dead in a Coney Island, Brooklyn building.
Statue Wrenched From Base, Stolen From Brooklyn Church RectoryThieves stole a beloved statue from a Brooklyn church this past weekend, and it was all caught on camera.
$800,000 House Loan Raises New Questions In Probe Of Longtime Cuomo AideA growing number of questions have arisen about a man with close ties to New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
City Council Approves 5-Cent Charge For Plastic, Paper BagsSupporters of the bill argue that charging a nickel for shoppers using disposable bags is an easy way to reduce waste.
Manhunt Intensifies For Escaped Prisoner In Barnegat Township, N.J.Authorities said on Tuesday morning Arthur Buckel managed to escape from the Bayside State Prison Unit at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital in Winslow Township.
'I Love Hispanics': Trump Eats Taco Bowl To Celebrate Cinco De MayoPresumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is celebrating Cinco de Mayo by eating a taco bowl.
Long Island University Student Faces Federal Child Porn ChargesRobert Garneau, 21, of Warwick, is accused of posing as a girl online and convincing young boys to send him nude pictures and videos of themselves, prosecutors said.
Christie Approves Law Making 'Upskirting' A Crime In New JerseyIt makes the act of publishing "upskirt'' images a third-degree offense punishable with up to five years in prison and a $15,000 fine.
NJ Lawmakers Unveil Bill Protecting Firefighter HealthThe Firefighter Cancer Registry Act would monitor the relationship between career-long exposure to dangerous fumes and toxins that voluntary and paid firefighters face on a daily basis all over the country.

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