All 17 people killed in the deadly high school shooting in Florida have been identified by officials as the community holds a vigil for the victims. Adam Kuperstein reports.
Christian Toro and his brother, Tyler Toro, were arrested by the FBI after authorities found a bomb-making manual on the teacher's school-issued laptop. Ray Villeda reports.
A former teacher at a Harlem charter school stockpiled bomb-making materials and paid students to break down fireworks to extract gunpowder for the explosives, authorities say. Michael George reports.
The 17 people killed in Wednesday's school shooting in Florida have been identified as their community grieves. Adam Kuperstein reports from Parkland.
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Traveling on NJ Transit has been fraught with cancellation and delays. Now Gov. Murphy has announced a short-term fix: adding extra train cars. Brian Thompson reports.
A New Jersey developer is offering free housing for police officers in Paterson. Marc Santia reports.
A New York City girl has made history by attending her first Boy Scouts meeting. Roseanne Colletti reports.
An NYPD sergeant has been found not guilty in the shooting death of a mentally ill woman in her Bronx apartment. Erica Byfield reports.
After Wednesday's deadly school shooting in Florida, schools in the tri-state are ramping up security. Rana Novini reports.