The city of Newburgh is engaged in an ongoing fight over contaminated water that began over two years ago. Stephan Holt brings us the latest.
Halloween is approaching and that means pumpkin carving contests are in full swing. These events in the city will bring out your most competitive edge, so sharpen the knives and ready the bibs—pumpkin carving...
The families of slain NYPD officers who were murdered in the line of duty make a plea to the parole board to keep their loved-one's killer behind bars. Andrew Siff reports.
In Rockland County more than 300 people showed up to get vaccinated for measles at a clinic after a total of 17 cases of the disease were confirmed in Brooklyn and Rockland County. Tracie Strahan reports.
A second person associated with the far-right group the Proud Boys was arrested. Ray Villeda has the details.
Two Metro North employees were injured when a car exploded inside the train yard. The MTA said that an employee's personal vehicle exploded and flammable were being stored in the car. Lori Bordonaro reports.
There is national attention on New York's 11th Congressional District in Staten Island with control of the U.S. House at stake. Melissa Russo reports.
This past June a new Consumer Bill of Rights took effect and must be posted in used car dealerships in New York City. Lynda Baquero reports.
A teacher on Long Island pleaded not guilty to rape charges. The teacher is accused of having sex with a teen student over the span of years. Greg Cergol reports.
New York is filled with pop-up shops around the city, ranging from art exhibits, to foodie paradises. This weekend, there are three in Manhattan that allow you to unwind and enjoy the marvelous world of pop-ups....
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