The man suspected of attacking three women and a girl on Staten Island on Tuesday is in custody. Ida Siegal reports.
Free babysitting could come to New York City's public meetings. Rana Novini reports.
Members of New York City's Mexican community are waiting for word from loved ones and planning to help out after Tuesday's catastrophic hurricane in Mexico. Marc Santia reports.
The storm is moving out of Puerto Rico, but it could take years for people on the island to recover from Hurricane Maria. Ray Villeda reports.
In the Bronx, Puerto Rican New Yorkers are waiting for word from their families. Erica Byfield reports.
North Korea and other countries owe hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid parking tickets. Chris Glorioso reports.
Dangerous elevated lead levels in dozens of water fountains at a Staten Island school have forced the city to shut most of them off. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
Police say they've seized more than 7,000 bags of heroin, along with ecstasy, crack cocaine and marijuana, in a massive drug bust near a New Jersey high school. Brian Thompson reports.
A girl was hit by a line-drive foul ball at Yankee Stadium Wednesday afternoon. Checkey Beckford reports.
An apparently homeless woman's pile of belongings has residents in Bath Beach concerned about safety. Gus Rosendale reports.