16 Arrested; Drugs, Guns, Cash Seized In Hudson Valley BustNew York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Tuesday announced the takedown of a narcotics distribution gang in the Hudson Valley.
Stringer: Land That Could Be Used For Affordable Housing Sits VacantAs the homeless shelter population rises, a new audit shows the city is sitting on undeveloped land that could help fix the problem.
New Jersey Seeks Way To Protect Homeowners Amid Tax Law ChangesNew Jersey is looking for a way to protect homeowners, who now have a limited state and local tax deduction based on the federal law.
Star Witness In Trial Of Former Cuomo Aide ArrestedThe arrest of Todd Howe came after he admitted Thursday during testimony that he violated the terms of his plea deal in the case against former Cuomo aide Joseph Percoco and others.
Former Stuyvesant High School Students With 9/11-Related Illnesses Urge Others To Get HelpFormer students of a Lower Manhattan high school suffering from 9/11 related illnesses are coming forward to help others who might also be sick.
Defense Goes After Key Witness In Percoco TrialThe defense went after the government’s key witness Wednesday in the corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Key Witness Resumes Testimony In Bribery Trial Of Ex-Cuomo AideTodd Howe testified for a second day Tuesday in Manhattan federal court against his longtime friend, Joseph Percoco.
Key Witness Begins Testimony At Trial Of Former Cuomo AideTodd Howe began his testimony Monday morning as prosecutors try to prove 48-year-old Joseph Percoco accepted over $300,000 in bribes from three businessmen.
Proposed N.J. Law Would Guarantee Public Access To Jersey Shore BeachesThe Jersey Shore belongs to everyone and there should be no question about it, one state lawmaker says.
9/11 Museum Marks 25th Anniversary Of 1993 WTC Bombing With Special InstallationThe museum said the installation is part of a monthlong series of events marking the deadly attack that killed six people and injured more than 1,000 others on Feb. 26, 1993.
Lawyer Sues Leonia For Closing Shortcut Near George Washington BridgeA lawyer is suing a New Jersey town that is barring non-residents from using its roads as a shortcut to the George Washington Bridge.