Whose Bright Idea Was This? MTA Road Sign Seems To Encourage Drivers To Text To Pay TollThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority seems to have posted a sign telling drivers they should text.
Trump, Clinton Coy About Preparations For First DebateHofstra University was buzzing with last-minute preparations Thursday, ahead of the first presidential debate next week.
Federal Charges Filed Against Bombing Suspect Ahmad Khan RahamiFederal authorities filed several charges late Tuesday against the man uspected of planting bombs in Chelsea and at two New Jersey sites.
Dangers Of Portable Soccer Goals Come To Light After 6-Year-Old Girl Seriously Injured In 'Freak' New Jersey AccidentOn Wednesday a 6-year-old girl playing on or near a goal was critically injured when it toppled over. The top bar struck her head and pinned her to the ground.
15-Year-Old Girl Found Dead On Brentwood Street, Second Body Found Blocks AwayHomicide detectives are investigating the death of a 15-year-old girl in Brentwood.
Woman Falls Through Floor Panel At East Harlem RestaurantA woman was rescued from the basement of an East Harlem restaurant Monday after falling through the floor.
De Blasio Administration Not Pleased With Report Saying Anti-Graffiti Efforts Are Too SlowThe de Blasio administration was pushing back Thursday evening after a report critical of its anti-graffiti efforts.
Queens Mother Accused Of Sparking Wild, High-Speed Chase With Son In Back SeatA Queens mother was facing numerous charges after crashing into a police cruiser on Long Island, injuring an officer.
Teen Killed In Hit-And-Run On Saw Mill River Parkway; Police Interview Several PeopleAccording to police, and Acura TSX rear-ended a broken down vehicle stranded on the Saw Mill River Parkway at around 2:50 a.m. Monday.
Postal Worker Accused Of Throwing Away Mail In QueensA mail mystery in Queens apparently has been solved with the arrest of a postal worker.
Presidential Polls Tighten; One Shows Trump AheadDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s post-convention lead was shrinking Thursday, although she remained ahead in an average of national polls.
ISIS Says Second-In-Command Killed In Northern SyriaThe IS-run Aamaq news agency said Tuesday that Abu Mohammed al-Adnani was "martyred while surveying the operations to repel the military campaigns against Aleppo,'' without providing further details.