Black History Month: Judge Victoria Gumbs-Moore Is Breaking Down Barriers On Long IslandWith her proud daughters looking on, Victoria Gumbs-Moore was given her robe and became the first black Family Court judge in Suffolk County.
Connecticut Senator Proposes Domestic Violence, Family Court Reforms To Honor Missing Mother Jennifer DulosSen. Alex Bergstein says the Dulos case represents terrible domestic violence -- not all of it physical.
Tessa Majors Killing: 13-Year-Old Suspect Appears In Family Court As Police Await DNA Results In Brutal StabbingPolice say the 13-year-old admitted to being in the park with two other teenagers, but says he was not the person who stabbed Majors. His case is being heard in family court.
Westchester County Moving Forward With New Family Court Construction In New RochelleThere are 62 counties in New York state -- 61 of them have just one Family Court. But Westchester residents pay for three, and the county is about to spend $50 million over 30 years to keep it that way.
Some New Rochelle Residents Screaming NIMBY Over Potential Relocation Of Family CourtThe Westchester County executive is pushing back against critics of a proposal to relocate a Family Court facility.
Sayreville High School Football Players Won't Be Charged As Adults In Hazing ScandalThe Middlesex County Prosecutor’s office has decided not to try seven Sayreville high school football players accused of sexual assault as adults.
Man Faces Charges After Catching Alleged Vandals In The ActThe boys are accused of causing havoc in the home, near Rochester, but now the man who caught them could be in trouble.
NY Chief Judge 'Disturbed' By Report Claiming Public Barred From Family CourtsA reports show that a 1997 order opening family court proceedings to the public is being disregarded around much of the city.
Police: 10-Year-Old Mugs Another Child For $7The two boys, both 10, were apparently horsing around when things turned rough. One allegedly threatened to get a knife and demanded the money.
Plea Deal In Manhattan Rape Case Draws Outrage The uproar comes as juvenile counselor Tony Simmons was expected to get probation, but no jail time at his sentencing in a rape case involving a 15-year-old girl.