The Justice Department says two guards assigned to watch Jeffrey Epstein when he killed himself in a Manhattan jail have been placed on administrative leave, and the facility’s warden has been temporarily reassigned.

Hundreds of new sexual abuse cases are expected to be filed on Wednesday as the one-year look back window in the Child Victims Act opens.

New York City police officers who are struggling are being urged to reach out for help after an eighth member of the department committed suicide early Tuesday morning.

Police have released new surveillance video of four men wanted in a string of assaults and attempted robberies in Brooklyn, including attacks on Jewish men.

An investigation by the Troy Police Inspectional Services Bureau into the death of Edson Thevenin found the sergeant involved gave false information.

ShoppingTown Mall NY LLC, the owner of ShoppingTown Mall in DeWitt, has directed the mall to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

State police are warning travelers in the Hudson Valley of likely traffic delays coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock festival.

In the coming years New York will have one of the longest bike and walking trails in the United States, a continuous 750 mile path forming a T across New York. Lawmakers like Assemblywoman Pat Fahy want to make the most of it.