Three people were captured on video attacking a subway conductor in Brooklyn, with one woman cheering on the trio. Andrew Siff reports.
An 11-year-old boy riding a bicycle is in the hospital after being struck by a car that fled. John Chandler reports.
It's not all cats and dogs looking for homes this weekend at Clear the Shelters. Stacey Bell reports on some exotic pets looking to find forever homes.
The Garden State isn't alone in the headaches caused by the 495 closure. Andrew Siff reports on how Manhattanites are bracing for gridlock near the Lincoln Tunnel.
Police say they arrested a New York City Department of Parks & Recreation employee for robbing a woman in Astoria, but added that he could behind more in the area. Marc Santia reports.
Many utility companies are switching to smart meters. But a Staten Island homeowner reports a problem with theirs that had her without power and out of pocket. Lynda Baquero reports.
A huge mess has been left behind in Little Falls, New Jersey, after relentless summer storms. Jen Maxfield reports.
Many families aren't having the discussion about driving while elderly until it's too late. Roseanne Colletti reports.
The cleanup continues in New Jersey as states of emergency were declared for multiple New Jersey counties. Brian Thompson reports.
Ashley Bellman visits three restaurants offering up great eats with great beats - Beatstro, Tomi Jazz and Gonzalez y Gonzalez.