Cuomo Sends NYS Utility Workers To Puerto Rico, Slams Federal ResponseNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that the state is sending hundreds of utility workers and trucks to Puerto Rico to fix the country’s electrical grid.
Officials Detail Increased Security Measures For NYC Marathon In Wake Of Lower Manhattan Terror AttackA day after eight people were killed and nearly a dozen others injured in the deadliest terror attack in the city since 9/11, there are questions about what is being done to protect New Yorkers and stop similar attacks from happening in the future.
Family, Friends Mourn The Victims Lost In Lower Manhattan Terror AttackTwo men from the Tri-State Area were among those killed in Tuesday’s deadly terror attack in Lower Manhattan.
Human Remains Found In Freeport ParkThe FBI was scouring a Long Island park after investigators found human remains there Wednesday.
Police Searching For Body In Wooded Area Of Long IslandNassau County police and federal authorities are searching for a body in a wooded area in what may be a gang-related killing.
Woman Sought In Suffolk County Knifepoint Robberies Strikes AgainThe latest happened at a Dollar Tree on Horseblock Road in Medford and is believed to be the sixth time the female suspect has struck in less than a week.
Concourses Shut Down, Flights Disrupted At LaGuardia After Man Allegedly Says There's Bomb In LuggageA terminal was partially evacuated and flights were disrupted at LaGuardia Airport Saturday morning, as police investigated a suspicious package.
Protesters Demand Manhattan DA Bring Charges Against Harvey WeinsteinProtesters angered by the lack of prosecution of Harvey Weinstein in a sex assault case from two years ago held a rally Friday outside the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.
'He Saved My Life:' Off-Duty Firefighter Pulls Woman From SUV Moments Before Vehicle Hit By TrainIt happened around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Arthur Avenue crossing near Bellport in Suffolk County.
Central Park Transverse Renamed In Honor Of Det. Steven McDonaldMcDonald patrolled Central Park, where he was shot in 1986. The shooting left him paralyzed. 
Woman Claims Abuse Allegations Against Queens Priest Fell On Deaf EarsDozens of women claim they were abused by a Queens priest over a span of two decades.
Cuomo Returns From Hurricane Maria-Ravaged Puerto Rico, Calls Devastation 'Really Breathtaking'New York will also be delivering emergency supplies on a plane donated by JetBlue and providing specialists to help repair the island's devastated power structure.
Police: Man Rapes Woman In Central Park After Offering To Walk Her HomeWhile they walked through Central Park, the man pulled a knife, then raped and physically assaulted her, police said. He also stole her purse and cellphone.
Police: Long Island Grandmother Stabbed To Death In Revenge Plot Against GrandsonTwo men are facing murder charges after police said they stabbed a grandmother to death inside her Long Island home as part of a revenge plot against her grandson.
‘It’s Not A Bodega,' New Yorkers Aren’t Buying Idea To Replace Corner StoresDevelopers call it a 'bodega' but the newfangled idea from the west coast was falling flat on its face on Fulton Street, Wednesday morning.