Michelle Lodzinski is charged with killing Timothy Wiltsey in 1991, but her attorney has said she “adamantly denies” the charges.
Pope Francis set a forgiving tone as the couples tied the knot under the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica.
He was pulling on his ear, not talking on his phone, but a Brooklyn driver says an on-board camera kept him from getting an unjustified ticket.
It’s the sight that all drivers dread: a bright yellow boot clamped onto a car tire as punishment for unpaid tickets.
New York City is at the top of the terror target list, but for the first time in 20 years, the city’s mayor does not have security clearance to review classified documents.
Violent random assaults on innocent victims known as “knockout” attacks have been making headlines in the Tri-State Area for months, and they are spreading.
The current Archbishop, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, took office in 2009, and has long maintained that relocating the body would run contrary to the wishes of Sheen and his surviving relatives.
A behind-the-scenes between New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Peoria, Illinois, Bishop Daniel Jenky over the beloved evangelist’s remains has gone public.
Organizers of the world’s largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade say they’re ending a ban and allowing a gay group to march under its own banner for the first time.
Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore said Alberto Plasencia, 28, was sentenced Tuesday. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter in June.
Peter Gialluisi, 67, and his wife were stabbed multiple times after they encountered an intruder when they returned to their home at 80 Venus Place shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday, police said.
A summer thunderstorm dumped rain on a Poconos resort that is popular with people from New York and New Jersey.
The bill would establish city grants to raise pay as well as rehire experienced drivers and other school bus employees who lost their jobs or had their incomes drastically cut at the end of the Bloomberg administration.
A mysterious black-and-white wedding photo album that was carried by floodwaters to a driveway on Staten Island has been reunited with its owners.
They are clothing that in rare cases can kill. New York banned or restricted the use of drawstrings in children’s clothing more than a decade ago — and the feds followed suit in recent years. But you can still find “drawstring dangers” on store shelves.