A Bronx robbery crew posing as police officers planned to rob a heroin distribution ring Wednesday but walked into a Drug Enforcement Administration sting operation instead, law enforcement officials said. Read More
Among the hundreds of people displaced from their homes after Sandy are sex offenders required to register with the government, and U.S. marshals are trying to find the ones who have disappeared. Read More
Accident reports compiled by the U.S. Coast Guard reveal that the Seastreak Wall Street ferry had been involved in several crashes and one maintenance overhaul in the years leading up to the South Street Seaport calamity. Read More
A carnival game at the NoHo Market at first appears to be a cheap, easy way to make money off a gamble. But it quickly escalates into a money-losing operation, so much so that one man said he lost $800 on it. Chris Glorioso reports.
Several firearms retailers and manufacturers rethink their business following the tragedy in Newtown. News 4's Chris Glorioso has the story.
Criminal gangs in parts of New York City are getting increasingly savvy at carrying out violent crimes and eluding police detection, thanks to a practice of hiding and sharing so-called "community guns," police and... Read More
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, his brother and an associate are accused in an eight-count indictment of extortion, bribery, and mail and wire fraud. Read More
Nearly $3 billion in unclaimed state funds could be help people in the hardest hit areas of Staten Island, Long Island, Brooklyn and Queens. Read More
Two former Long Island Rail Road workers have pleaded guilty in a massive disability scam. Read More
The barefoot man whose image was shared worldwide when a tourist snapped a photo of an NYPD officer giving him boots on a cold Times Square sidewalk isn't homeless. Read More
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Tens of thousands of commuters are bracing for a difficult trip around southwest Connecticut and to New York City beginning Monday as workers repair the Metro-North commuter rail line crippled by a derailment and crash.
A 14-year-old girl riding a city bus in Queens Saturday on her way home from a sweet 16 party was shot in the head and killed by a stray bullet from gunfire on the street, police said.
Students at Hofstra University wore white ribbons during their graduation ceremony Sunday to honor a fellow student who was accidentally killed by a police officer confronting an armed intruder.
A 33-year-old Manhattan man who allegedly made anti-gay remarks to a 32-year-old man he's accused of fatally shooting in Greenwich Village overnight has been charged with murder as a hate crime, police said
A 21-year-old Fairfield University student from Massachusetts has died after a car crash a day before he was to graduate.
Hitting a pothole usually means nothing more than an uncomfortable ride, but when a pothole causes real damage to your vehicle, New Jersey and New York have systems in place to pay for the repairs.