Deer Smashes Through Windshield Of Car In New JerseyHowell Police are praising a driver for avoiding a fatal accident after a deer smashed through her windshield.
NYPD: Attack On Woman In Subway A Hate CrimeA Brooklyn mother is recovering after being randomly attacked in a subway station.
FORE! Homeowners At Odds With NYC Parks Department Over Mishit Golf Balls From Nearby CourseYou could call it a home hazard along a Queens golf course. Golf balls are flying out of control, causing thousands of dollars in property damage.
'Vote Shaming' Alleged As Controversial Letters Fill Local MailboxesSome organizations are trying to make sure Nov. 6 voting is in everyone’s mind by sending very specific reminders by mail.
NYPD Ramps Up Security Ahead Of 2018 TCS New York City MarathonThe NYPD on Saturday was ramping up its presence throughout the city as the clock ticked towards the start of the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon.
Amtrak Train Derails In Hudson River Tunnel, Causing Delays For Morning CommuteThe maintenance train broke down inside the North Tube of the Hudson River Tunnel around 6 a.m. Friday.
Report Finds Black Students In NYC Suspended Longer Than OthersLocal leaders and youth organizations called on the Department of Education to make a change across city schools after the study was released.
Rikers Correction Officer Accused Of Attacking Man Who Rear-Ended His CarA Rikers Island correction officer is facing multiple charges after police say he beat a man in Queens while off duty.
Exclusive: Men Sought After Beating Grandfather Volunteering At Bronx ChurchA Bronx grandfather volunteering at a church in the West Farms section was attacked at random by two men who remain on the loose.
Community Garden Providing To Those In Need On Long IslandA Long Island farm is filled with a fall harvest that's all for a good cause.
Teen Shows 'Real Men Wear Pink' In Fight Against Breast CancerA Queens teenager has not only become the youngest person in New York City to participate in this year’s "Real Men Wear Pink" campaign, he's also one of the youngest in the country.
Boro President, Tech Developers Offer Fix For NYCHA WoesLocal leaders calling for transparency and accountability from the New York City Housing Authority say they have a modern idea to help if the agency approves.