Hampden Community Holds Vigil for New York Man Killed by Baltimore ManResidents of Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood sent a message of inclusion and sorrow as they held a vigil to remember a New York man who was allegedly stabbed in a hate crime by a Baltimore resident.
NY Officer Rescues Driver, Then Realizes He's a NeighborWhen an off-duty police officer on New York's Long Island made a hospital visit to a driver he'd rescued from a highway crash, the two realized their paths had crossed before.
No Tackling? Lawmaker Seeks Ultimate Answer to Football HitsGrowing evidence of a link between football hits and brain injuries has led all 50 states to pass laws aimed at protecting young people from concussions, but a New York lawmaker wants to go even further — banning tackle football.
Former Bar Owner Sentenced for Shipping MethamphetamineA former Buffalo bar owner will spend nearly five years in prison for receiving shipments of methamphetamine from California.
Cash Trail Leads To Arrest In $110,000 Bank RobberyAuthorities say they've made an arrest in a six-figure bank robbery in New York, thanks in part to the trail of cash the suspect left behind.
Cops: Ex-Student Who Fathered Son with Teacher Killed BothPolice say a former New York City high school student who in 2012 fathered a child with his then-teacher has killed the woman and their 4-year-old son.
3 Killed When 2 Small Planes Collide, Crash in New YorkOfficials say three people have been killed following an air collision and crash of two small planes just south of Buffalo, New York.
FBI Looking for 2 Men Who May Be Involved With NJ, NYC BombingsThe FBI has released an image of two men who took a suitcase holding a bomb that didn't explode in New York City.
Architect Gets Dizzy on Roof of Building, Falls to His DeathAuthorities are investigating the death of an architect who fell to his death after apparently getting dizzy while working on the roof of a New York City skyscraper.
Cops: Man In Batman Costume, Captain America Mask Stole BeerPolice in Salamanca, near the Pennsylvania border, say the store's surveillance cameras show the man wearing the combined outfit as he carries an 18-pack in each hand.
Burned Firefighter Feels Normal Again After Face Transplant A Mississippi firefighter who received the world's most extensive face transplant after a burning building collapsed on him said Wednesday that he feels like "a normal guy" for the first time in 15 years.
Newly Found Blood Vials Allow for Funeral of 9/11 Fire ChiefThousands gather to remember firefighter who died in the Sept. 11 attacks.