FDNY Lt. Brian Sullivan Remembered As Hero, Devoted Family Man At FuneralLt. Brian Sullivan died of a heart attack, leaving behind a wife, two daughters and a city grateful for his service.
Police Identify Man Who Followed Woman Into Apartment, Attacked HerPolice say the man told the victim to "shut up" and covered her mouth with a plastic bag to keep her from screaming.
Once-Paralyzed Long Island Dentist Defies Odds, Walks AgainA Long Island dentist was told he would never walk again after a wave knocked him to the ocean floor, leaving him paralyzed.
Anna Sorokin Case: Victim Calls Fake Heiress 'A Sociopath,' 'An Extreme Narcissist'Conned by a phony socialite, the former magazine photo editor who helped bring down the "SoHo scammer" is breaking her silence.
Hempstead Senior Citizens Terrified Of Living Complex's Fickle ElevatorsSome Long Island senior citizens are asking for help with broken elevators at their apartment complex causing mean big problems for their day-to-day lives.
Forget The Fireworks, New Jersey Residents Are Camping Out For Their Beloved Fourth Of July ParadeWhile they expect long lines out the door, lines of chairs are already taking over the small town.
NYPD First Responder Fighting To Save Victims' Compensation Fund Dies Of 9/11-Related CancerDermot F. Shea, NYPD chief of detectives, tweeted Saturday morning that Det. Lou Alvarez had died.
The Nose Knows: FDNY K9s Help Solve Arsons And Other CrimesWeighing in at just under 70 pounds each, Bucca and Pete pack a type of crimefighting muscle different than any other firefighter. They're part of the K9 arson squad.
Police Question Person Of Interest After 2 Innocent Bystanders Struck By Stray BulletsSo far, 10 people have been struck by stray bullets in eight incidents this month alone.
Proposed Bill In New Jersey Opens Up Parents Of Repeat Bullies To Civil Lawsuits, Monetary PenaltiesNew Jersey parents could soon be held accountable for their children's bad behavior.
New York Lawmakers Pass Bill Legalizing E-Bikes, E-ScootersE-bikes, and e-scooters are now legal in New York, but you won't be seeing scooter rental companies setting up shop in Manhattan any time soon.