When Alzheimer's patients wander and get lost, the fear can be overwhelming for their families. Police agencies are now using new programs and technologies to find them. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
Governor Cuomo has called for much-needed safety precautions at railroad crossings, in the wake of the Metro-North crash in Bedford Hills, the second crash of its kind in just over a year.
Humane Society International rescued more than 250 other canines from a dog-meat farm in Wonju, South Korea and about 120 of those dogs in New Jersey. Pat Battle reports.
University officials say everyone on campus who recently came down with the virus has recovered but they want to make sure there are no new cases. Michael George reports.
A teenager accused of setting a mattress fire that caused the death of an NYPD officer in 2014 played with fire as a child, a detective testified Thursday at the teen's murder trial. Andrew Siff reports.
Thieves are hitting cars in Rockland and Bergan Counties and police it may be the work of a gang whose members commit the same crimes nationwide. Brian Thompson reports.
Consumer Reporter Lynda Baquero helps a grandmother get back $4,000 after she gave the codes from iTunes gift cards to a scammer.
While some neighbors welcome the addition of new development, others say it threatens the very character of suburban Long Island. Greg Cergol reports.
Lauren Scala heads to the Lower East Side to meet up with two of Food and Wine's Best New Chefs of 2016.
George Hamilton stops by to chat about his new film "The Congressman" and why he is the king of #TBT on instagram.