Home Depot, Others Help Elderly Mother Of 9/11 Pilot Living Without Heat, Water For MonthsA Long Island woman, whose son was the pilot of United Flight 93 when it crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001, has been living without heat and running water for weeks.
Drivers Warned Of 'Dangerous Whiteout Conditions' On Long IslandBoth Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island were under a blizzard warning Thursday.
Prospect Park Goes Permanently Car-FreeBefore Tuesday, the park's East Drive was open to traffic during morning rush hours.
Windy, Wintry Weather Cause Delays At Airports Across The CountryAAA estimates a record 107 million Americans will celebrate the holidays away from home this year, with 6.5 million taking to the skies.
East Harlem Man, 65, Charged With Robbing 8 Women In ManhattanPolice say Frank Peterson targeted eight women, ages 29 to 78, since October 23, often following them into their apartment buildings.
Cuomo: Fare Hike Coming If Legislature Won’t Fund MTAThe governor says it's all about options, either lawmakers will vote to fund the MTA, or hit riders with a fare hike.
1 Dead, 1 Injured In Gang-Related Shooting In BrooklynPolice believe a shooting that left one man dead and another injured overnight in Brooklyn was gang related.
DOE Announces Plan To Close 14 Public SchoolsThe DOE proposed closing 14 city public schools, including the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation in the Bronx where 15-year-old Matthew McCree was stabbed to a death in September.
NYPD Forms New Unit To Handle Flood Of Sexual Assault Allegations Facing Public FiguresThe decision comes as the department continues to look into rape allegations against Harvey Weinstein and Russell Simmons.
Manhattan DA Returns 3 Ancient Sculptures To LebanonDistrict Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced Friday the repatriation of the treasures that were possessed by private collectors and are worth more than $5 million.
Brooklyn Couple Faces New Arrest After Skipping Sentencing For Cancer ScamBrittney Schmidt and Vincent Fina were expected to receive five years probation and no jail time, but missed a court sentencing Wednesday.
80-Year-Old Deli Clerk Fatally Shot Inside Brooklyn BodegaPolice say a person walked into the deli at 797 Stanley Ave. in East New York and shot the elderly man in the chest.
Residents Want 4-Way Stop, Speed Bumps At Crash-Prone Queens IntersectionResidents are demanding the city take action to prevent future crashes from occurring at an accident-prone intersection in Queens.
Airline Passengers Bracing For Changes Coming To LaGuardia This WeekendSix airlines are packing up and relocating to new terminals as part of a larger redevelopment process.
Another Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against FDNYA lawsuit filed against the FDNY is accusing the agency of discriminating against black employees and job seekers in its ambulance and civilian support staff operations.