Thieves have now figured out a way to freeze your smartphone, demanding that you pay up to get it unlocked.
A round of severe storms swept into the Tri-State Area Friday evening, bringing hail, lightning, and flooding that left cars submerged in at least one area.
911 recordings released Wednesday show confusion and disorganization at a dispatch center being notified about a fire at a Staten Island convent.
Opposition is picking up steam as residents learn more about the proposed 178-mile oil pipeline.
Five people were injured Monday afternoon, in a wild crash in Lyndhurst, New Jersey with a force so powerful that it left an ambulance toppled over on a parked car.
Residents living in the complex on Roseland Avenue say since the ball park at the Kiwanis Oval opened in 2010 they’ve collected stray baseballs and softballs that fly over the fence, breaking windows of their homes and damaging their cars.
It all began with a gunpoint robbery at Health Source Pharmacy, located at 68th-69th Street and Second Avenue, at 1:40 p.m., sources said.
A Good Samaritan stepped in to save a car with three young girls inside after it began to roll out of a gas station parking lot and into oncoming traffic.
Ruan Wen Hui, 68, was walking on East 6th Street off Avenue D around 9 p.m. Friday when he was attacked, police said. Hui was taken to Bellevue Hospital, where he died of his injuries the next day.
Holland Tunnel work completed much earlier than anticipated, the New Jersey State Police said on Twitter.
A teenage driver was drag racing just before his car crashed head-on with an SUV on Long Island over the weekend, sources told CBS 2.
Some couples were supposed to be celebrating the happiest time of their lives in tying the knot, but they were instead left feeling blue after a popular party and wedding venue in DUMBO, Brooklyn suddenly closed.
Joey Alexander is only 10 years old, but he has musical talent well beyond his years.
The stars were out on the red carpet Monday night, for the annual gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The New York City Office of Emergency Management said residents impacted by Wednesday’s flooding should contact 311 to report damage to their homes or businesses. New Yorkers can also report any damage at nyc.gov/311.