Pat Haden to step down as USC athletic director
Pat Haden will step down as the athletic director at USC effective June 30, it was announced Friday.
1st Zika virus case in Rockland County; Live virus found in urine, saliva
Rockland County has its first confirmed case of the Zika virus, bringing the total number of diagnoses in New York state to 11. The patient recently traveled to a South American country where Zika virus transmission has been documented.
Pentagon Releases Photos of Alleged Detainee Abuse by US in Iraq, Afghanistan
The photos were taken as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse.
Roger Goodell: If I had son, I'd 'love' to have him play football
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that if he had a son, he would "love to have him play the game of football" despite various concerns about concussions and other safety-related issues.
Long Island hit hardest by snowstorm; Schools closed, dozens of crashes
The snowstorm that hit the New York area Friday had the greatest impact on Long Island, where schools were closed and multiple car wrecks and power outages were reported.
FDNY Chaplain helps bride get to wedding after crane collapse, then marries couple at City Hall
In the middle of all the chaos of the crane collapse in TriBeCa is a heart-warming tale of a determined bride and the stranger who helped her.
Crane victim identified as David Wichs; Family calls him 'most special person ever'
The victim in the deadly TriBeCa crane collapse has been identified as 38-year-old David Wichs, who family members described as a Harvard-educated immigrant who worked tirelessly to succeed in life.
Nearby construction workers capture video of crane collapsing in TriBeCa
Glenn Zito and Chris Andropolis were on the 46th floor of 56 Leonard Street when they were warned of strong winds and told to move to lower floors. Then, as they were headed down, they stopped after noticing a crane that was swaying.
2 police officers shot at Melrose Houses in the Bronx; officers expected to survive
It happened at 320 E. 156th Street, the Melrose Houses, just after 8 p.m. The officers were performing vertical patrols when they encountered the suspects.
1 of 2 officers shot in the Bronx released from hospital
Marcus Solis was at the hospital when the officer was released.
TriBeCa crane collapse leaves 1 dead, 2 seriously hurt; 4th victim with minor injuries
The massive crane came crashing down at Worth and Church Streets in TriBeCa just before 8:30 a.m., crushing a row of parked cars and clipping at least one building in the process.
The Trend: Elton John surprises commuters with piano performance
David Novarro has "The Trend" for Friday, February 5, 2016.