NJ Condo Board Proposes Mandatory DNA Samples From Resident DogsOne condo association in New Jersey is looking into asking pet owners to give samples of their dog's DNA to ensure owners pick up after their pets -- causing some residents to question their rights.
Department Of Buildings, NYPD Launch Probe Into Crane CollapseAs the cleanup continued Friday night for a crane collapse that left a man dead and three others injured in Tribeca, the focus was shifting to the investigation and trying to prevent a similar tragedy in the future.
2 NYPD Officers Shot In Melrose Houses In The Bronx, 1 Suspect DeadTwo NYPD officers were shot Thursday night in the Melrose Houses development in the Bronx, and one suspect was killed by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot afterward.
Latest Slashing Has Riders Terrified, As Bratton Insists Subways Are SafeWhile it seems there has been an uptick in slashing incidents, particularly on the subway, Commissioner Bratton downplayed the issue on a radio show Monday.
Lodi, N.J. Police Crack Down On Placeholders To Save Parking Spaces In SnowSome people in New Jersey have been getting very creative when it comes to saving their parking spaces.
Amid Heat Over 'New York Values' Comment, Ted Cruz Slams Cuomo, De BlasioAmid heat from both sides of the aisle following his comments about "New York values" during Thursday night's Republican presidential debate, Ted Cruz issued an apology – but not for his remarks.
Worst Two-Week Start To Year Ever For U.S. StocksThe Dow was down 2.39 percent upon closing Friday afternoon, ending the worst two-week start to a year in history for U.S. stocks.
Buyers Check Tickets After Nearly $1.6 Billion Powerball DrawingThe numbers have been drawn, and hopeful buyers were checking their tickets late Wednesday.
Seen At 11: Experts Say Online Dating Scams Could Cost You Your Hard Earned MoneyThe new year has brought renewed interest for some in online dating, but with the hope for love comes the potential for scams.
NYPD Urges Officers To Have 'Heightened Vigilance' After Philadelphia, Paris Attacks"These two incidents demonstrate the continued threat that members of service face from individuals seeking to target law enforcement personnel for a variety of reasons, including terrorist motivations," the NYPD said in a message to its officers.
Sick Of Waiting On Hold For Customer Service? There's An App For ThatNew mobile apps help connect customers with big businesses without having to wait on hold.
Employee Shot During Attempted Robbery At Roosevelt Field Mall In Nassau CountyOne person has been injured and another person is in custody following a shooting at a Long Island mall.
Seen At 11: A Simple Way To Beat Parking Lot RageThe stress of the holidays is pouring out into the parking lots -- with fights breaking out over spaces, and deliverymen breaking down.
NYPD Detective Among 6 U.S. Servicemembers Killed In Afghanistan Suicide BombingAn NYPD detective was among the six U.S. service members killed in a suicide bombing near the Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan Monday, police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced.
Once Thought Natural, Death Of Brooklyn Woman, 82, Ruled HomicideAn 82-year-old Brooklyn woman was thought to have died from natural causes, but officials on Monday said her death was being investigated as a homicide.