Shark Sighting Prompts Lifeguards To Clear Waters Off Coney IslandThe shark found its way onto the beach on Surf Avenue and West 19th Street around 11 a.m. Saturday.
VIDEO: Several Sharks Swim Close To Shore At Monmouth BeachThe same day a shark was spotted at Coney Island, several appeared in Monmouth Beach, swimming just a few feet from shore.
WATCH: Shark Knocks Surfer Off Paddle BoardA surfer in Florida captures on video a shark knocking him off his paddle board.
Shark Sighting Prompts Scare, Evacuation At Tobay BeachA popular stretch of beach on Long Island was shut down for several hours Thursday after two sharks were spotted in the water.
Water Briefly Closed At Jones Beach State Park After Report Of SharkThe waters at Jones Beach were closed late Tuesday after a shark was reported in the area, New York State Police said.
Crowds Marvel At Dead Shark Found On Belmar, N.J. BeachCrowds gathered on the beach in Belmar, New Jersey Wednesday afternoon, after a dead shark was found washed up on the sand.
Doctors Issue New Warning About Skyrocketing Mercury Levels In Some FishMercury levels have been testing higher than ever in certain fish in and are increasing, prompting doctors to reemphasize their advice that pregnant women and young children should avoid eating them.
Subway Shark Mystery Solved? Man Believes Fish Came From Coney IslandPassengers found a dead shark on a Queens-bound N train around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Dead Shark Found On Queens-Bound N TrainA dead shark was found on a Queens-bound N train around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Shark Scare Prompts Swimming Ban On Long Island BeachSwimmers were banned from the water for a period of time in Long Beach, Long Island, after a shark scare Wednesday.
Shark Gobbles Up 3 Fish In Tank At New Coney Island Applebee'sRestaurants often install aquariums as an aesthetic expression of beauty and serenity, but last week, the fish tank at the new Applebee’s on Coney Island was anything but.
Rodney Atkins Battles A 7-Foot Bull SharkThere were gunshots and there was blood when Rodney Atkins and his son Elijah had a frightening encounter with a 7-foot bull shark in Florida this spring. "Oh, my God, what are we doin' here?"