Monday's solar eclipse has been the talk of the summer. David Ushery reports.
Just steps from the intersection of 101st Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway in Brooklyn is a monument to General Robert E. Lee. Andrew Siff reports.
Police are looking for the hit-and-run who struck a city sanitation worker on Staten Island. Erica Byfield reports.
Protesters had a swift and vocal response to Trump's news conference, where he said "both sides" were to blame for the attack in Charlottesville. Michael George reports.
Police say a man was slashed by another straphanger inside a busy subway station. Checkey Beckford reports.
The families of two of the women who died in the limousine crash broke their public silence to speak to the I-Team. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
A funeral was held Tuesday for the Long Island teenager killed during football practice. Greg Cergol reports.
Crews have safely removed a 3-foot alligator that was found in a swimming pool at a motel at the New Jersey shore.
Jimmy Fallon departed from his usual "Tonight Show" monologue on Monday evening, leaving behind the jokes and laughs, to solemnly address what he called the "disgusting" weekend of violence in Charlottesville...
A house fire caused by a hoverboard has left a family homeless. Brian Thompson reports.