Ride Along With A U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Around ManhattanAs busy New Yorkers walk the streets of the bustling concrete jungle, not many know what’s happening on the water surrounding them.
Social Media Moms Step Up To Help New Rochelle Woman's Turkey DriveWe’re just over a month away from Thanksgiving, the time of year when many look for opportunities to volunteer and give back.
Girl, 3, Reunited With Family After Being Dropped Off At Wrong SchoolInvestigators say the school took Candice Wright-White, but soon realized she didn't go there.
Volunteer Firefighter Who Lost Hands, Feet To Flu Finally Returns Home20-year-old William McCue had his hands and feet amputated earlier this year because of the virus, and received the boost of a lifetime on Friday.
L.I. Man Who Threatened To Kill Senators Has Dementia, Lawyer SaysA 74-year-old man from Long Island has been charged with threatening to kill two U.S. senators over their support for Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court
NYC Looks To Push Companies To Cut Sugar In Food And DrinksThe goal is a sugar reduction of 20 percent in packaged foods and 40 percent in drinks.
As Ease Of Payment Grows, So Does Customer 'Tip Shaming'Ever feel pressured to leave a gratuity at the counter? You are not alone.
FDNY Graduates Nearly 300 New Firefighters, Including Most Women In DecadesTwo hundred and 91 probationary firefighters are graduating from the academy Friday. Among them are 15 women – the most in any graduating class since the first group of 41 women joined in 1982.