5-Year-Old Girl And Grandmother Dead, Others Injured In Little Ferry, NJ House FireA fire took the life of a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother in their Little Ferry, New Jersey home late Tuesday, and officials were investigating the blaze a day later.
Smart Gun Design Competition Open To NYC College StudentsBrooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is challenging college students to fight gun violence by developing better and safer smart gun technology.
NYC Reaches $4 Million Settlement With Family Of Akai GurleyNew York City has reached a settlement of more than $4 million with the family of an unarmed man fatally shot by a police officer in a darkened stairwell in November 2014.
Westfield World Trade Center Mall Opens For BusinessMore than 100 stores will eventually occupy 365,000 square feet of retail space at the Oculus, the new lower Manhattan transportation hub.
Tri-State Area Utilities Work To Meet High Power Demands During Extreme HeatAs sauna-like conditions continue for another day across the Tri-State area, utility companies are telling customers they're prepared to meet the higher demand for electricity.
New York, New Jersey Lawmakers Complain About New Port Authority Bus Terminal PlanOfficials from both New Jersey and New York have sent letters to the Port Authority demanding that a planned new bus terminal protect their interests.
New Jersey Turnpike Workers To Reunite 12-Year-Old Boy With Lost Teddy BearFrom the time he was a baby, 12-year-old Alex Hernandez and "Beary" have been inseparable. It wasn't until his family arrived in the Outer Banks from New City that he realized Beary was missing.
City Of Rye Sues Westchester County Over Refusal To Share Playland PlansThe City of Rye is suing Westchester County over its refusal to disclose proposed changes to Rye Playland with the city.
Police: Fireworks Explode In Front Of Rockland Rabbis' HomesPolice are investigating after M-98 fireworks were fired at homes on Tarry Hill Drive and Philips Hill road in New City on Tuesday night.
Bergen County Becomes First N.J. County To Use Emergency Response DronesBergen County has become the first county in New Jersey to use drones in law enforcement.
Heroin Deaths On Rise In NYC, Health Department Calls It 'Epidemic'Drug use in the city is becoming more and more deadly, according to data released by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Officials Mull Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Promenade Expansion ProjectSome have called it 'Times Square in the sky,' the Brooklyn Bridge draws big crowds -- maybe too big -- and now the city is looking to combat overcrowding.