So far, 16 cases have been identified including 9 children and 7 adults, officials said. Four people have been hospitalized.
A hot new scam is sweeping the internet, it locks up your computer and demand $200 to fix the problem. The virus has left some web surfers feeling tentative about using their computers.
A former butler has been sentenced to 20 years for trying to extort millions from his boss during an elaborate hostage situation in April 2007.
Federal investigators recently told CBS 2′s Asa Aarons that a dangerous program that has been set loose on the Internet could be waiting to pounce on hard drives around America.
For computer users, a few mouse clicks could mean the difference between staying online and losing Internet connections this summer.
Here’s a warning from New York state troopers: If you get a speeding ticket by email, just delete it. State police said the email hoax has been circulating around the country.
There have been three more cases of measles confirmed in New York City. The new cases bring the number of people who have come down with the disease since January to 13.
Shelters in Clifton and Passaic reported several cases of canine parvovirus in the past two weeks, but officials said the problem was now under control.
It’s that time of year again—the time when kids go back to school and show us how well they share (by doing so with their germs).
The scheme relied on individuals who were known as “money mules” in the United States to actually steal money, the FBI said.
Mosquito spraying was scheduled for parts of New York Tuesday night to reduce the threat of the West Nile virus.
NEW YORK (AP) ― Health officials say a 66-year-old Long Island resident has the first confirmed case of West Nile virus in New York state this year.