Woman Stabbed To Death At Brooklyn Subway Station, Suspect Charged With ManslaughterAccording to officers, Watson pepper-sprayed 20-year-old Mia Simmons, who retaliated with a small knife.
'An Amazing Experience': NYPD Explorers Speak With Astronauts Aboard International Space StationSome New York City school kids had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity Monday.
Child Care Worker Uses CPR Training To Save Infant Daughter's LifeRasheen Hill says he never had to use his 19 years of CPR training until he used it to save his own daughter's life.
N.J. Town's Decision To Have July 4 Fireworks On July 2 Sparks DebateMany residents of Cranford are not happy with the town's decision to move the Fourth of July fireworks up. 
Women's World Cup Brings Hundreds Of Fans Together At Brooklyn Watch PartyWin or lose, fans say sports have a way of helping us put our differences aside and bringing everyone together to share pride in our country.
'The Family Has Been Devastated': N.J. Couple Goes Missing While On Vacation In BarbadosPolice say Oscar Suarez, 32, and Magdalena Devil, 25, had been staying at the Discovery Bay Hotel in St. James.
Park Slope Residents Divided On Plans To Build New Homeless SheltersIn an effort to fight homelessness, Mayor Bill de Blasio is planning to build 90 shelters across the city.
New Jersey Student Joining U.S. Marines Was Going To Miss Graduation, So His School Gave Him His OwnHipolito Garcia will actually be serving his country while his classmates are accepting their diplomas, so school staff in Hackensack intervened to give him the honor he earned.
Young N.J. Sisters Fast Becoming Gold Standard Of Distance RunningWould you believe it if you were told an 8-year-old -- that's right, an 8-year-old -- placed first in a 5K this weekend?
Study: Children More Likely To Gain Weight During Summer MonthsThe study also found kids on school-assisted lunch programs are more susceptible to weight gain than those who aren't.
'Such A Great Wow Factor': Checking Out The Queens County Farm MuseumSitting on 47 acres, the Queens County Farm Museum takes visitors back to the hayday of agriculture, with a modern twist.