Exclusive: Dunkin' Donuts Employee Speaks Out After AssaultA Dunkin' Donuts employee in Queens is recovering after being repeatedly hit and punched by a customer.
West Babylon Neighborhood Rattled By Early Morning GunfireA teenager was recovering in the hospital on Wednesday after someone shot up a Long Island home earlier in the day.
MTA To Install Cameras On Glasses Of Some NYC Subway Conductors As Part Of Safety InitiativeA subway conductor was viciously attacked on an A train in Brooklyn early Saturday morning. On Tuesday, the MTA and workers union responded.
Floods Cause Sinkhole, Wall Collapse Next To Unsafe NJ Apartment BuildingDozens of residents in Bergen County are being evacuated from their homes after a sinkhole formed and a massive retaining wall collapsed next to their property.
Police: Hit-And-Run Driver Leaves 14-Year-Old Girl In Critical ConditionProsecutors said the girl was carried 15 to 20 feet on the hood of the car before the driver took off.
Demanding Answers: Illegal Towing In The Bronx Leads To Hefty Prices To Pay For DriversA Bronx business is accused of turning a section of sidewalk into its own private driveway. And the illegal towing that follows is costing innocent drivers hundreds of dollars in fees.
Officials Provide Update On Preparations For Upcoming L Train ShutdownThe MTA is holding a public meeting Monday on the looming L train shutdown.
Exclusive: UPS Worker Caught On Camera Dumping Packages Into TrashA Brooklyn mechanic shop owner is furious after a UPS delivery person was caught on surveillance video placing his sealed packages straight into the trash.
How To Keep The Rest Of Summer From Flying ByAs the dog days of summer appear to be flying by, many are trying to make the most of what's left of the season.
Mega Millions Jackpot Grows To $522 MillionIt's the fifth largest jackpot in Mega Millions history and if no one matches all five numbers plus the Mega ball, the jackpot will continue to grow.
Leaders Fed Up With K2 Turning Their Communities Into 'Zombieland'At a rally Monday, local politicians called for new legislation holding landlords and area businesses accountable for K2 sales.
Crews Prepare For Rain As Steam Pipe Cleanup ContinuesThe high-pressure pipe burst without warning just before 7 a.m. Thursday on Fifth Avenue and 21st Street.