New numbers show nearly 90 percent of the city’s public housing units lost heat and hot water last winter.

Law firms across the country have been preparing for what could be hundreds of lawsuits on behalf of victims.

Sen. Chris Jacobs is undeterred that a recent poll showed him trailing Rep. Chris Collins and said his campaign is doing well, especially because he only announced he was running a few months ago.

An off-duty NYPD officer and another person are dead after a fiery crash in Manhattan over the weekend.

A teenage driver could face charges after a chain reaction car crash that killed a bicyclist in Brooklyn over the weekend.

As the investigation into billionaire and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein continues, local survivors of sex trafficking say justice still must be served for his victims.

More than two dozen local and statewide business groups on Monday will urge Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a letter to sign a pair of bills meant to spur regulatory relief in New York.

Sunday evening, the Syracuse community gathered outside the city’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement office to voice their displeasure with the current immigration system. The gathering included prayer and song to stand with individuals at the U.S.-Mexico border.

A stalled provision of the SAFE Act that would create a database of ammunition purchases is a “complicated issue” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a radio interview late last week.