Exclusive: New NYCHA Head Gregory Russ Addresses The Many, Many Obstacles That Lay AheadThe new chair of the city's troubled public housing system, Gregory Russ, admits he's praying for a few miracles.
Court Appearance For Man Found Near N.J. Elementary School With Loaded Gun, AmmoThomas Wilkie pleaded not guilty to charges including unlawful possession of a weapon and trespassing on school grounds.
Students To Face Hardships After Suffolk County School District's Budget Is Voted Down For Second TimeA financially struggling school district on Long Island was just dealt another setback as voters defeated the school budget for a second time.
How To Find The Best Summer Travel Deals On Flights, Hotels And MoreSummer officially arrives in two days and the Fourth of July is just about two weeks away. So what should you do if you’re still looking to get away?
Chelsea Building, Five Other Sites Join Stonewall Inn As Historic LGBT LandmarksStonewall was the first site to receive a landmark status for its role in LGBT rights, but six more sites have been added to the growing list.
Police: 78-Year-Old Turns Tables On Would-Be Scammer, Helps Get Him ArrestedThere's another phone scam targeting the elderly for cash. The Nassau County Police Department says this one has a new twist, but in this case, the senior was even smarter.
Suffolk Police: Woman, 57, Strangles Mother, 76It happened Tuesday at 8:09 a.m. at their home on Cocoanut Street in Central Islip.
Sen. Cory Booker Call For Slavery Reparations Amid Juneteenth Day CelebrationsNew Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and actor Danny Glover testified Wednesday before a House panel hearing on reparations for slavery, bringing a political issue from the campaign trail to the front and center on Capitol Hill.
New York Lawmakers Pass Bill Legalizing E-Bikes, E-ScootersE-bikes, and e-scooters are now legal in New York, but you won't be seeing scooter rental companies setting up shop in Manhattan any time soon.
Soldier Killed In Vietnam Honored With Memorial Sign On Road He Grew Up On In Rockland CountyThere was a touching ceremony in Rockland County on Wednesday morning. Three generations of one family gathered to honor a man killed in Vietnam 50 years ago.
Power Problems Snarl Amtrak, NJ TRANSIT Service Between Penn Station And PhiladelphiaTrains got moving again, but delays lingered throughout the afternoon.
New Jersey Couple Followed Home And Attacked By Suspects Trying To Steal Their Luxury Car, Police SayAuthorities say two men, caught on camera, attacked the couple Monday night around 8:15 p.m. just as they got out of their Maserati at their Raritan Road home in Clark Township.
NXIVM Celebrity Sex Cult Trial: Leader Keith Raniere Guilty On All CountsThe jury has reached a verdict in the trial of NXIVM group founder Keith Raniere, accused of a number of crimes including racketeering and forcing women to have sex.
Dogs in NYC, Jersey City Looking For Their Fur-Ever HomesStart your midweek off right with some pictures of delightful doggies! There are dozens of dogs up for adoption in Jersey City.
Dedication Held For 9/11 Survivor Tree Outside NYC Fire MuseumThe tree stands in honor of FDNY members and others who lost their lives in the rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero.