The shots were reported somewhere outside the immediate area of the Cranbury Elementary School in Norwalk around 11:25 a.m., but a police investigation could not confirm that any shots were fired.
The existing freight line that runs from Hunts Point to Bay Ridge would be used for new commuter rail service. One estimate has it carrying 80,000 passengers a day.
It may have been a hate crime that led to the death of Islan Nettles, 21, but one thing became clear during a vigil Tuesday night – she was loved.
A wealthy international businessman is a wanted man. He’s accused of snatching one of his five children, while the other four watched in shock.
A top Manhattan private school has admitted it failed to protect students from physical and sexual abuse. But a lawyer for three-dozen alleged victims says Yeshiva University High School is still hiding things.
Some employers are cutting spousal benefits and work hours.
A series of explosions brought dozens of police officers and firefighters to a stone quarry in Putnam County Tuesday, but it wasn’t a crime scene.
More arrests are expected in a conspiracy case against a New York art dealer suspected of selling millions of dollars in counterfeit paintings.
Somewhere in Queens, there’s an artist who fooled some of the richest people in the world. They spent millions on fake masterpieces he was churning out by the dozens — in his garage!
New York City’s bike-share program was love at first sight for many riders, but now some are having second thoughts.
The United States Tennis Association says a retractable roof will be constructed over Arthur Ashe Stadium, the main venue for the U.S. Open.
A blockbuster ruling from a federal judge will not mean the end of the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk program. But one way or another, it likely will mean changes for the controversial police practice.
U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin issued the ruling on Monday, but did not order an end to the practice. Instead, she has appointed an independent monitor to oversee changes.
A New Jersey man wanted to hide his movements from his boss. He ended up interfering with operations at a busy airport instead. Now he’s facing a massive fine.
First it was the noise, now neighbors are up in arms over what they call ‘indecent exposure’ on the roof of the Gansevoort Park Hotel, where rooms often start at $400 a night.