Nassau County Police Investigating Deadly Freeport Creek Boat Crash; 1 Dead, 6 InjuredJorge Soto joined friends for a day of boating, but was killed when the boat he was on was ripped in two.
Staten Island Community Remembers Golden Gloves Boxer Grashino Yancy Killed In Weekend ShootingGrashino Yancy, 32, was beloved in the community. You'll find tributes and memorials in front of the places he would frequent.
Summer Scorcher: Another Heat Wave Possible As Tri-State Temperatures Sizzle Into 90sPlenty of people are heading to beaches and pools Sunday, as dangerously high temperatures sweep over the Tri-State.
Two Men Shot And Killed In Crown Heights, Brooklyn On Another Night Of Gun Violence In New York CitySeparate investigations are underway Saturday morning after two people were shot and killed on another night of gun violence in New York City.
'It Means I Can Be Free And Have The American Dream': Citizenship Ceremonies Resume In New York After COVID-19 DelayPeople from all over the world are once again getting the opportunity to become American citizens as ceremonies have resumed in New York.
Gunman Suspected Of Ambushing Federal Judge’s Family Inside New Jersey Home Found DeadThe fatal ambush unfolded Sunday afternoon inside Judge Esther Salas’ home on Point of Woods Drive in North Brunswick.
New York City Agencies, Residents Faced With Sweltering Sunday, First Heat Wave Of The YearThe heat was brutal in New York City, and residents and city agencies were ready for it.
State Beaches Reach Capacity Early As Tri-State Temperatures SoarEven though many beaches and pools are offering extended hours, limited capacity rules remain in place due to the coronavirus.
Dozens Gather To Mark 6 Years Since Chokehold Death Of Eric Garner On Staten IslandGarner was arrested for allegedly selling loose cigarettes on July 17, 2014.
Funeral Held Wednesday For Basketball Star Brandon Hendricks Killed In Bronx ShootingThe 17-year-old was a standout point guard in the Bronx with a big heart and infectious energy.
'Without Action By Senate, We Don't Have Path Forward Without Cuts That Will Devastate System': MTA Chairman Pat Foye Discusses Need For Federal ReliefStrong rebuke from riders is why advocates are pleading for the Senate to act now, as senators prepare to debate the next coronavirus relief package.