16-Year-Old New Rochelle Boy Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of 17-Year-OldInvestigators say the shooting stemmed from a dispute but are still looking into what it was about.
Scrap Metal Fire At Port Newark Sends Heavy Smoke Into Surrounding NeighborhoodsNew Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection says air quality levels remain normal.
Referendum To Spend Over $20 Million On Repairs For Cresskill School Expected To PassResults are expected to be finalized in about 20 days.
Bills Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll Gets Second Interview With GiantsHe's viewed as the favorite for the team's head coach position.
Medical Examiner: Connecticut Woman Who Died Under Suspicious Circumstances Died Of Acute IntoxicationPreliminary results show Lauren Smith-Fields had fentanyl in her system, along with two other drugs and alcohol. The medical examiner calls it an accidental death.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, Rep. Ritchie Torres Unveil Fire Safety Package In Response To Deadly Bronx High-Rise FireSchumer says preventing these tragedies and doing the hard work of changing the law is what will happen next.
Harlem Community Members Gather Outside 32nd Precinct For Vigil Honoring Fallen NYPD OfficersThe outpouring of community support has been the one constant in the wake of the tragedy.
Brooklyn Nonprofit Offers Advice For Tenants After Expiration Of Eviction MoratoriumHousing advocates urged the state to extend the program, which had been in effect since 2020, but Gov. Kathy Hochul declined to do so last week.
Domestic Disturbance Calls Among Most Dangerous Situations For Officers, Former NYPD Detective Says"I’m sure they would’ve never walked down that hallway had they known there was a possibility the individual had weapons in that room," Dr. Alfred Titus said of Officers Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora.
NYCHA, Columbia University Bring Free Eye Care To Harlem TenantsDozens of NYCHA tenants received free eye exams and free eyeglasses Tuesday, as part of a partnership with Columbia University to research the importance of preventive care.
New State-Of-The-Art $241 Million High School On The Ballot For Hoboken VotersVoters in Hoboken will decide by mail or in person whether or not to approve the construction of a new high school to the tune of a 30-year $241 million bond.