A suburban New York town is changing its plans for a weekend “polar bear” fundraiser.
An Orange County man was arraigned Friday on a new indictment, accusing him of killing a fugitive rape suspect as he walked him at gunpoint down a wooded road.
Columbia announced Friday that Clooney will lecture on human rights this spring. She will also serve as a senior fellow with the law school’s Human Rights Institute.
A man and woman were hospitalized Friday evening after being struck by a vehicle in the Bronx.
A Long Island Rail Road train has hit and killed a person, disrupting service on the Montauk branch.
A man and woman were found dead with gunshot wounds in a suspected murder-suicide Friday in Flushing, Queens.
The New York City 311 hotline fielded its 200 millionth phone call Friday.
A Netflix original series called “The Getdown” is looking for actors and actresses.
Prosecutors have rested in the murder trial of a man accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz in 1979.
There is a demand for an investigation into what has become a plague in New York City this winter — exploding manholes that have put the public in danger, even sending some people to the hospital.
Power is going high-tech on Long Island, as PSEG rolls out a new way of measuring electricity use. But some are worried that the new meters might be invading their privacy.
The last store dedicated to selling classical sheet music has closed its doors.
Tributes are pouring in for Cardinal Edward Egan, who is being remembered as a man of faith who loved New York.
The need for more plows and salt is especially evident in New Rochelle, where many of the side streets are still completely snow-covered and slick.
The winter has been a tyrant this season so you might be surprised to hear the tulips are expected to be beautiful this year.