Friends, Family Mourn Loss Of Woman Killed In Ozone Park Hit-And-RunRita Persaud was on her way to see family Thursday night, but she never made it. She was in the back seat of a car that was left mangled on the sidewalk after it collided with a Lamborghini SUV.
Harlem Businesses Add Flair To COVID-Compliant Outdoor Dining SpacesParts of Harlem are reimagining outdoor dining. They're keeping safety in mind and adding some flair.
After The Storm, Car Owners Dig Out Their Vehicles And Driveways: 'Oh My God, I'm Going To Be Dying'There have been plenty of cars with tires spinning in the snow.
Tenant Advocates Rally Outside Brooklyn Housing Court To Stop Evictions During PandemicEvictions in New York were supposed to be put on hold until the end of the year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but some tenant advocates say that's not happening.
With More People Staying Home, Porch Piracy Sparking A Concern As Holidays Approach"If you see something that you think is out of the ordinary call us," said Suffolk County Police Deputy Chief Matthew Lewis.
City Council Meets With Pfizer Reps, Hospital Officials And Patient Advocates To Discuss COVID Vaccine PlanThere are plenty of questions when it comes to the COVID vaccine, including timing, who gets it first, and where it will be handed out.
Health Experts Say Dramatic Increase In COVID Cases 'Will Certainly Happen' In Weeks After ThanksgivingFriday, New York state reported 8,176 new infections, the highest daily count since April.
Gov. Murphy Signs Daniel’s Law After Son Of Judge Esther Salas Killed In Home AmbushDaniel's Law protects judges' personal information from being posted online. It's named after Judge Esther Salas's son, who was shot to death in an ambush at their home.
Teenager Reunites With New Jersey Police Officers Who Saved Her Life After Car CrashSeventeen-year-old Rebecca Kniffin was pinned between two SUVs, one of them on fire.
Election 2020: Democrat Mondaire Jones Wins Race For Congresswoman Nita Lowey's SeatIn a tight race, Jones has 48% of the vote, compared to 45% for Republican Maureen McArdle Schulman. 
Fearful Of COVID-19 Resurgence, New Jerseyans Braving Cold, Long Lines For TestingThe line wrapped around an urgent care facility in Clifton. By lunch time the building was at capacity. Similar scenes have been playing out just about everywhere.