FDNY Adds 17 Names To 9/11 Memorial WallThe FDNY on Tuesday added 17 names to its World Trade Center Memorial Wall.
New York Attorney General Launches Investigation Into EpiPen MakerNew York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is investigating the maker of EpiPen following a major outcry over the recent price surge of the potentially life-saving allergy medication.
Hermine Makes Gradual Push In Direction Of ShoreTropical Storm Hermine was pushing slowly toward the shores of the Tri-State Area late Monday, and concerns persisted despite another largely sunny day.
Tropical Storm Hermine: Tri-State Braces For Flooding, High WindsThe storm is expected to hover off the New Jersey and Delaware coast on Sunday and Monday. Forecasters warned storm surge flooding could damage buildings near the coast.
Women's Rights Activists Bare Their Breasts In New York City To Celebrate 9th Annual 'Go Topless Day'Women’s rights activists marched topless in New York City and dozens of other cities on Sunday to celebrate the ninth annual “Go Topless Day.”
Schumer Proposes Voluntary Cancer Registry For FirefightersThe proposed registry, managed by the Center for Disease Control, would allow firefighters to release information about their cancers so that health researchers could find potential connections.
Missing 3-Year-Old Pennsylvania Girl Found Safe In NYCAn AMBER Alert had been issued for 3-year-old Ava Byrne after police said she was taken "under circumstances that lead police to believe the child is in imminent danger."
Gov. Cuomo Takes 'Aggressive Action' To Combat CorruptionThe state has a new law to stop independent political groups from unfairly helping candidates for elected office.
Brooklyn DA Thompson Agrees To Pay Fine For Using Police Officers To Get His MealsBrooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson has agreed to pay a fine for using police officers to deliver his personal meals.
Christie Vetoes 2 Gun Control BillsOne bill Christie struck down would have repealed a state law mandating the sale of firearms with so-called “smart gun” technology.
Firefighter Accused Of Tampering With Evidence In Fatal White Plains Car CrashA White Plains firefighter may be fired over charges that he threw away evidence and lied to police during an investigation into another firefighter's deadly wrong-way crash.
Woman's Funeral Had No Attendees, So 30 Strangers Showed UpAbout 30 people have paid their respects to a woman they never met after responding to a call for attendees for a suburban New York funeral at which no one was expected to show up.
Suspect Charged In Slayings Of Queens Imam, Associate Held Without BailOscar Morel, 35, is charged with one count of first-degree murder, two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.
Man Charged With Shooting, Killing Queens Imam, AssociateA man was arrested and charged late Monday in the fatal shootings of an imam and his associate.
State: MTA Has Failed To Collect Nearly Half Of Fines It's OwedNew York state auditors said Thursday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is letting nearly half of the fines it is owed fall by the wayside.