6-Year-Old Girl Seriously Hurt In Bronx Hit-And-RunPolice say a driver fled from the scene after striking the six-year-old in front of 1305 Harrod Ave. in the Soundview section around 5 p.m.
LIRR Commuters Hit With Costly Tickets Say They Have Nowhere To ParkWith an explosion of cars and commuters, there’s no space for anyone driving to Long Island train stations.
Once Struggling Toy Drive Now Overflowing With Donations Thanks To Long Island CommunityThe Salvation Army Blue Point Corps says response to their "Angel Tree Program" has earmarked toys for more than 700 children and 400 families who couldn't afford gifts on their own.
Victims Detail Alleged Abuse By Esteemed Doctor At Rockefeller University HospitalFormer child patients of a local doctor say they remain haunted by indecent photos he took of them decades ago. More people have also claimed he sexually abused them.
Demanding Answers: HRA Official Lays Out Plan To Avoid Repeat Of Brooklyn Mother's Shocking ArrestIt's the video seen around the country -- a young mother arrested at a Brooklyn food stamp office. On Tuesday, the city social services commissioner apologized as calls mount for steps to ensure it never happens again.
Alleged 'Impaired' Driver In Fatal Crash Near TCNJ Appears In CourtDozens of friends and family members of the victim, 20-year-old Michael Sot, showed up in court to see the man accused of killing their loved one. 
State-Appointed Monitor: Struggling Hempstead School District Beginning To Make Progress A report is out sizing up a long-struggling school district. The Hempstead district has been under the watch of a state monitor for over a year, and now that monitor has offered tempered optimism.
Students Lobby At City Hall For Sports EquitySports are a big part of high school life. But one organization says African-American and Latino students don't have as much access as others.