A federal lawsuit filed by three local families in the Pine Bush community of Orange County claims the school district tolerates the harassment of Jewish students.
An Orange County man was back in his home Friday night for the first time in a week — the same home he said he was defending when a fleeing rape suspect was shot and killed.
The bike set a new record for its category and was taken apart in Pine Bush by the same teens who built it.
A reward of up to $2,500 is being offered to help find the hit-and-run driver who killed an 86-year-old man as he checked his mailbox in front of his upstate New York home.
Shimon Zorger of Brooklyn was found Monday morning near where he disappeared in the village of Kiryas Joel.
The boy was playing on the grass near his home and wandered away from his yard, state police, as well as firefighters and local EMS have joined the search, CBS 2 reported.
The crew members working on the bike are all local high school students once considered to be at risk for dropping out. Now, they’re fabricating and assembling every part.
For those north of New York City, life is still not normal since superstorm Sandy hit on Monday. Many are without power and some can’t drink the water.
Residents in the Orange County town of Minisink have been fighting hard to stop the construction of a natural gas compressor station.
17-month-old Justin Kowalczik is believed to have been buried in the backyard for more than two years, 1010 WINS’ Steve Sandberg reported, while all along Police Major Patrick Regan said the family pretended he was still alive — and the youngest of three.
An AMBER Alert was issued based on reports from several witnesses — children ages 5 to 11 — who said they saw the 5-year-old girl being abducted near South Junior High School around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
The Rockland County village of Sloatsburg, like most of the Tri-State Area, was not spared the damaging force of Tropical Storm Irene one year ago. But you won’t catch its residents complaining about it.
Steven’s brother, Paul, told CBS 2 that even though the gunman is dead, that certainly doesn’t make the death of his brother any easier. “It’s not something that I get comfort in, because my brother is not here.”
In the midst of the second extreme heat wave of the summer, some relief could be on the way in the form of rain. But that rain could potentially be dangerous.
As of Saturday afternoon, the Long Island Power Authority reported that 130 of its customers are without power, most of which reside in Hempstead, Oyster Bay and North Hempstead.