Taxi Medallion Holders Drowning In Debt May Soon Get Major Relief Under Proposed Refinancing LawTaxi medallions were once a luxury most livery drivers wanted, but thanks to rideshare apps like Uber, medallions are worth a lot less - leaving many owners drowning in debt.
Woman Attacked With Bleach At 14th Street Subway StationPolice say it was another woman who threw the bleach and that the attack was unprovoked.
Investigators Release New Evidence, Announce New Website In Hunt For Gilgo Beach Serial KillerSuffolk County investigators have been searching for evidence since 10 bodies were found on Gilgo Beach starting in December of 2010. 
Orange County Man Acquitted In 2013 Death Of Rape SuspectDavid Carlson, 48, was facing charges for killing Norris Acosta-Sanchez, an accused rapist.
Bail Reform: Backlash Growing After Mounting Number Of Immediate Repeat OffendersFamilies and judges are grappling over the issue of bail reform, and one family worries their son is becoming the poster child for what's wrong with changes in the criminal justice system.
Con Edison Rates Going Up, But Not As Much As Originally ThoughtThe state Public Service Commission cut the requested hike by more than 75% but did approve a $1.2 billion, three-year rate increase.
NYS Comptroller's Office Says Outreach Agency Has Failed To Get Homeless Individuals Out Of Subway StationsThe Bowery Residents' Committee was hired to help get vulnerable New Yorkers into shelters and out of subway stations.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Says Eyesore Home In Brooklyn 'Has To Be Addressed'A homeowner on Clarendon Road in East Flatbush has racked up fines totaling more than $300,000, but that owner is nowhere to be found.
Shopping, Technology Merge At NYC ExpoThe blending of the real and virtual worlds is part of an effort to attract shoppers, especially younger generations.
Area Transit Agencies Meet With Start-Up Companies To Discuss Modernizing Public TransportationThere's a new effort to make sure public transportation keeps up with technology.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Unveils $95.3 Billion NYC Budget, Officials Fear Cuts In State AidThe state's desire to cut aid to New York City is no secret.
Rise In Hate Crimes Inspires Movement To Educate Brooklyn Students About Jewish History, CultureA group of about 100 students started the day with a march for love not hate, then they got a tour of the Jewish Children's Museum in Crown Heights.
Oh My Goodness: 'Paw It Forward' Walks Dogs For Free When The Owners Are Disabled, Ill, Or Need Temporary AssistanceOliver Twist is just a puppy, and his owner Linda Belickis is recovering from foot surgery. She wasn't able to walk for weeks, so she contacted Paw It Forward.
New York Synagogue Attack: Suspect Arraigned On State Attempted Murder ChargesGrafton Thomas is accused of storming into a rabbi’s home with a machete and hacking at six Orthodox Jewish men celebrating Chanukah.
Woman Fatally Struck By Private Sanitation Truck, Another Killed By MTA Bus In BrooklynPolice said what appeared to be a private sanitation truck struck a woman, dragged her down the street, and then fled the scene.