No federal charges will be brought against the NYPD officer accused of killing Eric Garner. The family of the Staten Island man had been pushing for charges before the statute of limitations expires on Wednesday.

The CitiBike program in New York is about to undergo a major expansion in the next coming years, sources tell NY1.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is letting riders down when it comes to escalators at the Second Avenue subway stations.

Rivers Casino has officially opened its new sportsbook and taken the first legal bet in New York.

Albany residents will have the chance to ask questions about the potential use of the police department’s new drone technology at a meeting Tuesday night.

Sentencing hearings for Cult leader Keith Raniere, and high ranking members Allison Mack, and Lauren Salzman are delayed to allow the probation department more time to prepare pre-sentencing reports.

From the courtroom to the capital, Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell is making a run for Congress. The Republican hopes to challenge Congressman Anthony Brindisi in next year’s election.

Oneida Shores Beach is now closed to swimming due to high levels of E. coli, according to the Onondaga County Department of Health.

In response to New York’s new “Green Light Law,” Republican Congressman Chris Collins is proposing the “Red Light Act.”