Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Bridge-Naming Backlash Is 'Personally Hurtful'New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said a petition to take his late father's name off a new bridge is "personally hurtful.''
Man Charged In Alleged Sex Assault Near Busy White Plains Metro-North StationPolice say late last Wednesday night, a woman walking on a path just steps from the station was accosted by a man on a bicycle, who allegedly grabbed her and then groped her.
Jurors Signal They Can't Reach A Decision In Menendez Trial; Judge Orders Deliberations To ContinueThe jury's foreman sent a note to the judge indicating that after hours of deliberation, no unanimous consensus was reachable. 
'The Murder Scene Was Horrendous': Arrest Made In Murder Of Socialite Lois ColleyLois Colley, 83, was found dead inside her sprawling hilltop estate known as Windswept Farm on Titicus Road in North Salem in 2015.
50 People To Know: Montclair Mom On A Mission To Promote Community Inclusion For People With DisabilitiesMontclair mother Wendy Lacey just became a landlord, but her business model is a little different.
Harlem School Remains Closed As Health Department Investigates Death Of PreschoolerParents at the 7th Avenue Center for Family Services want to know what happened after the family of a 3-year-old said the little boy died from an allergic reaction to a sandwich he ate.
Astorino Concedes To Latimer In Race For Westchester County ExecutiveWith 81 percent of precincts reporting, Democrat George Latimer won 57 percent of the vote compared to 43 percent for Republican Astorino, who conceded shortly before midnight Tuesday.
New Jersey Voters To Decide On Funding For Public LibrariesShould New Jersey borrow more than $100 million to help upgrade public libraries? That's an issue voters will get to decide Tuesday.
50 People To Know: Michelle Allen On The Joy Of Foster ParentingMichelle Allen, of the Bronx, believes she was born to be a mother. She became a foster parent and opened her heart and her home.
Sessions Talks National Security In Wake Of Lower Manhattan Terror AttackThe U.S. Attorney General expressed confidence Thursday in the ability of the justice system to prosecute people facing terrorism charges.
Free Hepatitis A Vaccines Continue In Westchester CountyDozens of people have already received the vaccine after Westchester County health officials said an employee of bartaco in Port Chester worked there while infected.
Powerful Storms Knock Down Trees, Flood Roads Across Tri-State AreaForecasters say the heavy downpours that soaked the region on Sunday are ending Monday. However, strong winds will persist through part of the day.

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