NYPD Officer Donates Kidney To Fellow Baseball Fan, Pair Finally Meet At Citi FieldBefore Wednesday, NYPD detective Michael Lollo and Ruth Tisak had only interacted on social media and text messages.
State Attorney General James Calls Unprovoked Attack On Hindu Priest In Queens A Hate CrimePuri, 62, stood outside Shiv Shakti Peeth Temple, his wounds on his head still healing from what he said was an unprovoked attack.
Crane Lands On Home In New Brunswick, N.J.The weather may have caused a crane to come crashing down onto a home on Sunday.
Woman, 7-Year-Old Girl Killed In Queens FireTragedy hit a Queens neighborhood on Sunday morning. Two people -- one of them a child-- were killed in a house fire.
Study Suggests Fruit Juice Has The Same Potential To Cause Cancer As Sugary Drinks Like SodaA new study finds people who consume a lot of sugary drinks like lemonade and energy drinks have a higher risk of developing cancer. 
Suspect In Stable Condition Following Police-Involved Shooting In The BronxThe NYPD says an officer was forced to fire his gun after a suspect allegedly pointed a gun at him and said "Die."
Queens District Attorney: Tiffany Caban Not Conceding After Losing Lead To Melinda KatzThe result of a final recount is expected in the coming weeks.
'He Was A Very Wonderful Man': Family In Mourning After Tragic Death Of Fairfield, Conn. Man Killed In StormHeartbroken family and friends comforted each other outside the home of David Schmerzler. 
New York Leaders Praise SCOTUS Decision On Census Citizenship QuestionNew York leaders celebrated the Supreme Court decision to block the citizenship question in the 2020 census, at least for now.
Police Commissioner O'Neill Implores Public To Provide Information In Rash Of Stray-Bullet ShootingsThey are dodging bullets and fearing for their lives. Many New Yorkers are concerned after eight shootings this month that left at least 10 innocent victims wounded by stray bullets.
Residents In Small N.J. Borough Have Big Problem With How One Homeowner Is Dealing With Wayward Golf BallsFor many living in a small central New Jersey borough, they may be able to look through a fence, but they still see a big problem.