Lawsuit Against LIPA, National Grid Over Devastating Superstorm Sandy Fire Can Move ForwardDozens of people who lost their homes and businesses to a massive inferno during Superstorm Sandy are celebrating a legal victory.
Lawyer Sues MTA Over Cashless Tolling FeesLawyer Joseph Santoli alleges many honest drivers, even when they use E-ZPass, are getting bogus $100 fines that are racking up.
New York Lawmakers: Trump Administration Budget Plan Could Endanger 9/11 Responders' HealthMembers of the New York City Congressional delegation on Sunday urged a rollback of a Trump administration plan that they said would risk the health of first responders who worked during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Protesters Slam NRA At White Plains DemonstrationOpponents of the National Rifle Association protested in White Plains Sunday afternoon – including one woman who narrowly escaped the Las Vegas massacre last year.
LI Hospital Offers Free Course On How To ‘Stop The Bleed’ In Mass Casualty ScenariosWhile the country struggles to comprehend the latest school shooting in Florida, one Long Island hospital is offering a program that’s designed to save lives after an attack.
Connecticut Medical Examiner’s Office Struggling To Keep Up With Deadly OverdosesConnecticut reached a grim milestone last year, as deadly overdoses topped the 1,000 mark in 2017.
Star Witness In Percoco Trial Returns To Stand After ArrestThe government’s star witness in the bribery trial of a former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo returned to the witness stand Tuesday.
Cuomo Proposes Budget Amendments Aimed At Sex OffendersNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is focusing on keeping convicted sex offenders away from kids in a pair of new budget amendments. 
Broadway To Close For 3rd Annual Car Free Day In NYCA major stretch of Broadway will go car free for one day this spring in honor of Earth Day.
‘I Will Kill Your Family’: Suit Details Alleged Threats Made By Harvey WeinsteinThe sale of the Weinstein Company is being blocked by a lawsuit filed by New York's attorney general.
N.J. Lawmakers Seek To Slow Down Quick Draw Lottery GameA keno-style lottery game in New Jersey could be running into some bad luck.