Police this week apprehended a man who allegedly stole jewelry from a home in Garden City, Long Island, and threatened to shoot the homeowner.
The State Department says the potential for terrorism is particularly strong in the Middle East and North Africa. It says an attack could occur or come from the Arabian Peninsula.
A passenger jet from Cairo to New York was diverted to the United Kingdom Saturday, after a threatening message was found onboard.
The school system in Newtown, Conn., was briefly placed on lockdown Monday, after someone made a threatening phone call to a school near the site of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Some people on their way back to New York City from Atlantic City on a Greyhound bus Sunday afternoon got a little bit of a scare.
Details of the threat have not been disclosed, but superintendent James Willis said it has been addressed by the Peekskill Police Department.
Hundreds of thousands of Tri-State Area homes are square in the middle of a storm surge zone.
Seton Hall University was evacuated Thursday afternoon following a bomb threat, but by 8:30 p.m. campus life had begun to return to normal.
A dance was canceled at Readington Middle School in New Jersey Friday night, after reports of threats stemming from a ban on strapless dresses at an eighth grade dance scheduled for later.
Students at a New Jersey school are still on edge after a disturbing video posted to YouTube showed a pair of 12-year-old girls reading off a hit list and graphically describing how they’d carry out their kills.
A teenage boy from Queens found himself in serious trouble this week, after the Royal Canadian Mounted Police caught a death threat directed at his school’s dean that he posted on Facebook, according to a published report.
The need for a swift cleanup has grown critical, after Superstorm Sandy swept objects of all sizes into the ocean and posed a potential threat to summer swimmers.
A man was hit with serious charges after yelling threats at a Huntington town employee over a parking ticket.
We’ve warned you about identity theft before. Everyone’s a target for this type of crime – from the elderly to the deceased. Now, your kids are also at risk. Children are 51 percent more likely to have their identities stolen than adults.
Police spokesman Paul Browne confirmed Sunday that the department was seeking a subpoena to identify the person.