Brooklyn Developer Accused Of Killing Tree, Fined Over $176,000The city is demanding more than $176,000 from a Brooklyn developer accused of committing arborcide – the act of killing a tree.
N.J. State Senate To Vote On Plan To Convert Property Tax Payments Into Charitable DeductionsThe New Jersey state senate will vote Monday on an inventive plan to combat the federal government’s new cap on state and local taxes.
Unions Stage 'Day Of Action' Rallies Ahead Of Supreme Court CaseNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, both Democrats, vowed to protect unions regardless of how the Supreme Court rules.
NYS Health Officials Warn Of Possible Measles ExposureA tourist from Australia tested positive for the infection, the health department announced Friday.
Metuchen, N.J. Father Sues After Over Bullying Accusations Against SonThe father of an elementary school student in Metuchen, New Jersey is suing his son’s school after administrators claimed his son bullied another student.
NYC Hits Record High Temperatures As Many Take Advantage Of Warm WeatherBy midday Wednesday, it was 78 degrees in the city, breaking the previous record of 68 that was set back in 1930.
Lawsuit Claims Officers Timed Arrests To Trigger OvertimeThe alleged police practice of “collars for dollars” -- officers making arrests at a certain time to trigger overtime for the day – was under examination in Brooklyn federal court Monday.
Amtrak: NJ TRANSIT Could Be Banned Between Trenton And NYCAmtrak President and CEO Richard Anderson told a House subcommittee on Thursday Amtrak is worried passengers are being put at risk by delays in installing the technology that's designed to prevent crashes.
Several Inmates Fracture Officer's Spine In Planned Attack On Rikers IslandAs 1010 WINS reported, the attackers are said to be members of the Bloods and all of them were housed in a special unit for inmates 21 and younger who act out.
Rose Sales Going Through Roof Ahead Of Valentine's DayValentine’s Day is the Super Bowl for florists.
Report: Long Island May Have Broken Opioid Overdose Death Record Last YearA new report details that Long Island likely broke its record for number of people who died from opioid overdoses.
NYPD To Equip All Patrol Officers With Body Cameras By End Of The YearCity officials decided that more than 20,000 cameras will be in use in the 34,000-member New York Police Department by year's end, a year earlier than anticipated.