Preservation authorities have recommended adding 17 listings to the New York and national registers of historic places.
Being listed can help owners restore and maintain properties because they're eligible for certain public programs, grants and tax credits.
Mixed Martial Arts Fighter Uriah Hall has won seven of his nine professional matches. One of his most notable wins came when he knocked out Adam Cella with a jumping spin kick.
Smartphones have changed the world in many ways. Like changing the meaning of "apple picking" from pulling fruit to cell phone robbery. The crime's called apple picking because Apple iPhones are often targeted.
The city formally launched the start of reconstruction of its 2-mile-long boardwalk on Saturday with officials promising that future storms will have a harder time demolishing it than Superstorm Sandy did.
When school buses stop to pick up students, drivers are supposed to stop too. But many disregard the pull-out stop sign and flashing lights to blow right by.
A New York judge has tossed out a lawsuit seeking to stop the display of a cross-shaped steel beam found among the World Trade Center's wreckage.
The federal government is announcing $1.4 billion in aid to transit agencies affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver says New York will spend $27.74 million to develop the first statewide electronic handgun permit database as part of its new gun control law.