Fall-like conditions settled into New York City to wrap up the weekend; the high for the city hit 59 degrees while surrounding areas ranged in the low to mid-60s.
As the war rages on in the Middle East, tensions continue to rise here at home as city officials are sounding the alarm on a steep rise in hate crimes in the past two months.
In this holiday season of giving gifts and receiving them, one Upper West Side woman is trying to start a movement to help her neighbors.
Atlanta police have arrested a woman who is accused of trying to burn down the birthplace of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta.
Clouds will begin to trickle in tonight, making Saturday mostly cloudy with some peeks of sun.
Grand Avenue Pharmacy in Maspeth was the first business to report its prescription medicine was stolen this past July 27, after two people in dark clothing smashed the front glass door at 5 a.m.
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights have landed a five-star roster, including No. 2 pick Dylan Harper.
A big signal improvement project in New York City will change the way people get around on the rails and the roads this weekend.
From helping a Queens grandmother get her stolen SNAP benefits back to helping a Harlem mother of four get repairs to her home.
Police are looking for four men, who shot and killed the owner of a Brooklyn laundromat.
The holiday season brings a unique New York neighborhood event to this historic community.
Three healthcare workers were stabbed in a violent attack inside a pediatric intensive care unit at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center on Friday morning.
A Brooklyn man was sucker punched and beaten for being Jewish on the first night of Hanukah.