National Nurses Day Recognizes Health Care Heroes Who Have Been Battling COVID Crisis For Over 1 YearCases may be down, but the trauma stays with them. On Thursday, they received gestures showing they’re not alone.
Only On 2: New York's Traffic Court To Remain Virtual Despite Other Courts Resuming In-Person HearingsIt's a cost-cutting measure for the state, and some say a money grab measure from motorists.
Boy Plunges 5 Stories Out Bronx Window, Awning Below Helps Save His LifeAn awning may have saved the boy, who fell from five stories up.
Sen. Schumer Calls On MTA To Restore 24-Hour Subway ServiceSubway ridership is the highest its been since the coronavirus pandemic began and there's a new push for the MTA to return to 24-hour subway service.
2 Paterson Cops Charged With Assaulting 19-Year-Old, Filing False Police ReportTwo Paterson police officers have been stripped of their guns and are facing federal charges.
Meet Rishi Vamdatt, The 11-Year-Old Jersey City Whiz Kid Who Offers Free Financial Advice To Thousands OnlinePeople all over the world looking to learn about stocks, bonds and even how to improve their credit score are turning to a New Jersey sixth grader!
NYPD Says 4 Bronx Synagogues Targeted In Rock-Throwing Incidents; Security Expert: 'Antisemitism Is Not Dead'Mayor Bill de Blasio said the NYPD has a solid lead, and there are extra police outside the impacted houses of worship, especially because one was targeted not once but twice this past week.
Brooklyn Resident Ali Prato, Texas Woman Blair Nelson Create Support Community 'Fertility Rally' To Let Others Know They're Not AloneThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says one in eight couples experience infertility and doctors expect that number is even higher.
Far Rockaway Residents Fed Up With Graveyard Of Sunken Boats, Rusted Barges Filled With GarbageThe state Department of Environmental Conservation says it has limited jurisdiction, but there could be enforcement.
Juvenile Detained While Riding Bikes With Group In Perth Amboy, Prosecutor's Office InvestigatingEdited GoPro video shows a group of bike riders popping wheelies, crossing yellow lines, running lights and cutting off cars.
Decades Later, New York City Wins Fight To Get More State Education Funding -- $600 Million For Next YearMore staff, school supplies and even new athletic programs are some of what can become a reality for the city's most disadvantaged in the fall thanks to a $600 million investment.
Women's History Month: Female-Owned DIY Businesses Thrive Alongside Each Other Under One RoofThey all coincidentally left their male-dominated industries to make a name for themselves in the do-it-yourself industry.
COVID In New Jersey: Questions Remain Why Garden State Still Stuck At Age 65+ Eligibility For VaccinesGov. Phil Murphy said there are 700-plus sites, yet many people who are eligible have only been able to secure an appointment through volunteers who monitor the sites 24/7.
COVID In New York: Gym Owners, Fitness Class Instructors Ready For 33% Capacity Starting MondayGyms have been open for several months, but fitness classes had been off limits. But to begin the new work week, studios can hold classes at 33% capacity.
Exclusive: Families Of Adults With Developmental Disabilities Desperate To Save North Jersey AgencyParents say their children have had so many doors close on them in life. They just want to keep this one open.