Joseph Pfeifer, Last 9/11 FDNY Chief, Retiring After 37 Years Of ServiceJoseph Pfeifer was the first FDNY chief to enter the World Trade Center on September 11th and now the last 9/11 chief to walk away from his career after 37 years of service.
Teaneck Mourns For Members Of Trinidad Family Killed In Delaware CrashThe Trinidads of Teaneck were as tight as a family could be. The four beautiful sisters were inseparable in life, and tragically so in death.
Statue Of Liberty Climber Pleads Not Guilty, Stands By StuntTherese “Patricia” Okoumou, 44, of Staten Island, pleaded not guilty to federal misdemeanor charges of trespassing, interference with government agency functions and disorderly conduct.
Jersey City's Fourth Of July Celebration Gives NYC A Run For Its MoneyBusting out of the shadows of New York City, Jersey City is rocking this Independence Day and giving the Big Apple a run for its money.
Volunteers Brave The Heat To Help Seniors In NeedMany prefer staying indoors during a heat wave, but some people are hitting the streets to serve the elderly meals while the temperatures soar.
Community Of Murdered Teen Looks For Ways To End Gang ViolenceThe vicious stabbing death of 15-year-old Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz has his community searching desperately for an end to gang violence.
Buying Online May Cost More As SCOTUS Reverses Rule On State Sales TaxThe Supreme Court ruled that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don't have a physical presence in the state.
Critics, Community Leaders Question Use Of NYPD's Gang DatabaseThe NYPD's gang database is a list designed to fight gangs in the city, but some argue it's being used to brand the innocent.
New York's Finest To The Rescue: NYPD Officers Save Baby Who Had Seizure, Stopped BreathingA Queens mom is thanking her lucky stars and a few NYPD officers for saving her baby after the girl stopped breathing inside a Brooklyn restaurant.
NYC Lawmakers Call For New Restrictions On Airbnb, Other Home-Sharing SitesThere’s growing concern the rentals are contributing to the city’s affordable housing crisis.
Major Improvement Project On The Way For Both Sides Of Lincoln TunnelBefore things get any better for drivers, they'll have to get a whole lot worse.
Mayor De Blasio's Plan For Elite New York City High Schools Met With Anger By ManyIn the wake of Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement Sunday that he wants to diversify the elite high schools in New York City, there has been an avalanche of criticism from parents, students and alumni.