Facebook cracking down on ads that guarantee coronavirus cure
Facebook announced it was cracking down on ads that guarantee a cure, create a sense of urgency, or otherwise attempt to cash-in on the outbreak.
New York, NYC prepare for coronavirus
No cases of coronavirus have been reported in New York, but state and city officials are taking the necessary steps in order to help residents should the situation change.
Suspect in mother, son double murder ID'd with genealogy databases
Jonathan Hurst, 51, faces two counts of first-degree murder for the Aug. 2016 killings of Patricia Wilson, 85, and her son Robert Wilson, 64.
Mom of missing toddler arrested for allegedly filing false police report
The mother of a missing 15-month-old girl in Tennessee has been arrested, authorities said.
Evelyn Boswell search leads crews to NC pond; toddler missing 2 months
A pond in North Carolina is now at the center of the search for a missing 15-month-old girl.
Reckless drivers could lose vehicles under new NYC law
New York City drivers who get five camera-issued red light tickets or 15 camera-issued speeding tickets in a 12-month period will have to take a traffic safety course or risk losing their vehicles under a bill signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday.
Coronavirus concerns land 83 in voluntary isolation on LI
Officials said 83 residents have been asked to undergo voluntary isolation, removing themselves from people, including their family members, for 14 days from the last time they were in mainland China or may have been exposed to the virus.
School bus driver in deadly NJ crash to be sentenced
It has been nearly two years since Hudy Muldrow made an illegal U-turn on Interstate 80 in Mount Olive, killing a teacher and student and leaving more than 40 other people injured.
Coronavirus live updates: 2 Caribbean islands turn cruise ship away
An American soldier based in South Korea has become the first U.S. service member to be diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
Questions remain after LI officers shoot carjacking suspect in NYC
It happened shortly after 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, while children were headed home from school, but it remains unclear why the officers pulled over a car outside their jurisdiction or opened fire.
4 universities cancel or suspend study abroad classes in Italy because of coronavirus
NYU students will continue classes online after a confirmed case in Florence.
Meet the Chalk Artist
Nina Sawica has been drawing on walls for most of her life, and now she does it for a living - with chalk!