Upstate New York County Proposes Law Allowing Police To Arrest People Who 'Annoy' First RespondersJamie Anthony, chief of staff for the Monroe County Legislature majority office, said county lawmakers passed the measure on Tuesday in a 17-10 vote.
CDC Report Shows Staggering Number Of Deadly Antibiotic Resistant InfectionsThose results come from a CDC report that even has doctors worried.
As Winter Arrives, Socks Becoming An Essential Need For City's Homeless PopulationThe Coalition for the Homeless says every night, more than 62,000 people stay in New York City homeless shelters and thousands more stay on the streets.
Hospital Workers Spreading Kindness To Patients Through Homemade Holiday CardsEmployees at Westmed in Yonkers created their own special cards with holiday and get well messages.
Hart Island, Final Resting Place Of 1 Million, On Verge Of Becoming NYC Parks PropertyThe country's largest public cemetery is a step closer to being turned into a public park.
Bronx Gaming Center Offers Opportunities In Booming Industry To Young People Of Color, WomenA new gaming center where kids can do more than play video games has hit the Bronx. They can actually make them.
Again Savoring Flavors, Yonkers Vape Store Taking Full Advantage Of Appeals Court RulingLast month, the city of Yonkers banned the sale of flavored vaping products. Well, on Wednesday those products were back on the shelves of local stores.
'Very Not Normal': Mixed Reactions As Bitter Cold Grips Tri-State AreaThe cold temperatures are testing New Yorkers to see how tough we really are. 
Golf Buddy Testifies Man Accused In Killing Of Long Island Boy Scout Was In No Condition To DriveThere was key testimony Wednesday in the trial of the driver who allegedly plowed into a pack of Boy Scouts last year, killing one of them.
Suspects Wanted For Breaking Into 6 Homes In QueensPolice said they're looking for two men who have broken into five homes in the Whitestone section of the borough and one in Flushing, making off with jewelry and thousands of dollars in cash.
Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Who Investigated Sex Abuse, Accused Of Sexual Abuse“I am just learning about this allegation,” he said in a statement Tuesday. “In my nearly 50-year ministry as a priest, I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior and I emphatically deny this allegation. I am confident I will be fully vindicated.”
Star Hoisted Atop Rockefeller Center Christmas TreeA sure sign of the holiday season has settled in. 
World Kindness Day: Ways To Give Back And Help Others Stay Warm This WinterToday marks World Kindness Day, encouraging people to spread compassion and give back.
Protesters Accuse NYPD Of 'Over-Policing' In Detainment Of 2 Women Selling Churros On SubwayCops ticketed 41-year-old Maria Corillo on Monday morning at the Myrtle-Wyckoff station in Bushwick for "unlicensed general vending" while selling churros, a fried dough pastry.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: New Portal For Home And Business Owners To File Complaints About MoratoriumThere is now a formal channel for New Yorkers to complain about the effects of National Grid’s natural gas moratorium in the city and on Long Island.