Father Struck By Bullet While Shielding 3 Children From Gunfire In Bronx Car DealershipAccording to police, the three masked suspects ambushed the dealership, firing wildly at their intended target, who was inside, and then stole a customer's car outside the dealership to escape.
CDC: Trick-Or-Treating, Costume Parties Considered High-Risk This HalloweenFor Halloween, many traditional activities have been deemed "higher-risk" and should be avoided.
Performing Artists In NYC Finding Ways To Return To The Spotlight As Shutdown ContinuesMore and more performers engage audiences at pop-up events, which are not publicized ahead of time.
FBI Agents Raid New Jersey Home In Connection To Alleged Art ScamProsecutors say for the last five years, two men used the identities of dead collectors to create fake ownership histories for antiquities.
New Yorkers Can Become Poll Workers Without Losing Unemployment Benefits Under New Executive OrderThe governor signed an executive order that will let people who are collecting benefits sign up for temporary work at local or New York boards of elections.
Rikers Island Closure Could Be Delayed After Judge Rules City Can't Tear Down Manhattan Detention Complex, Build New JailThe mayor's $8 billion plan to close Rikers is incumbent upon replacing Rikers with a jail in every borough except Staten Island.
High Demand, Tight Supply Impacting New York Gun SalesDuring the coronavirus pandemic we've seen high demand and tight supply for so many goods, from cleaning products to personal protective equipment. And now, firearms and ammunition.
Schools: The New Normal | NYC In Last-Minute Scramble To Hire Thousands More TeachersThe big question is whether students in actual classrooms will still have to learn remotely. The mayor says no. The teachers union says yes.
Connecticut State Universities Cancel Spring BreakThe spring semester at those four schools will begin on Jan. 26, one week later than originally scheduled.
NYC Officials Say Restaurant Owners Will Soon Get Clear Guidance On Outdoor Dining During Colder WeatherMayor Bill de Blasio says safety remains his top priority.
Firefighters Battle Brush Fire In BrooklynIt broke out south of the Beltway Parkway in the Bath Beach section of Brooklyn.
Connecticut Offers Several Ways To Vote In 2020 ElectionVoters can request an absentee ballot and vote by mail.
NYC Votes Campaign Working To Get New Yorkers Registered To Vote Despite Pandemic's ImpactThey say there's been a nearly 50% drop in registration from the same time in the 2016 election cycle.
PSEG Long Island Says Computers System Was 'Significant Cause' Of Problems For Customers During Tropical Storm IsaiasA special task force released its 30-day report Tuesday.
Long Lines Return At New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Offices After Statewide Computer OutageMany people were trying to get service after a statewide computer outage prevented all transactions Monday.