Three members of the same family drowned in a lake in upstate New York, two fatally.
A girl who was dubbed Princess Doe after her remains were found 40 years ago in a New Jersey cemetery has been identified as Dawn Olanick, a Long Island teenager.
A family traveling in New York realized they left their elderly relative at a rest stop when a New York State Trooper contacted them three hours later, New York State Police said.
An out-of-control garbage truck smashed into a Sullivan County home on Monday morning, causing a lot of damage
Some areas still reeling from devastatingly deadly flooding brought on by the remnants of Hurricane Ida could see flooding, again, Wednesday.
The convicted killer who slaughtered his parents and siblings in a Long Island house that inspired the "The Amityville Horror" book and movies has died.
An upstate man was killed in an explosion during preparations for a gender reveal that went wrong.
The northern snakehead is such an effective hunter it can threaten the populations of trout and shad.
Den Hollander described himself as an "anti-feminist" attorney. He was found dead in the Catskills.
In more than 2,000 pages of often misogynistic, racist writings, Roy Den Hollander criticized Judge Esther Salas’ life story of being abandoned by her father and raised by her poor mother as “the usual effort to blame a man and turn someone into super girl.”
Several counties in New York entered the first phase of the state's four-part reopening process Tuesday. In the meantime, New York City has hired 1,700 coronavirus contact tracers, a crucial step to getting the city closer to meeting the reopening requirements.
Nassau, Suffolk, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester Counties will take their first steps toward a return to a kind of "normalcy."
A Brooklyn man was busted for driving 132 mph while fleeing troopers on a highway in upstate New York.
A crash involving a school bus and a pickup truck in Sullivan County sent five kids to the hospital.
After publishing a guide to festive drinks in the winter, Fox5NY.com is back this summer with a sequel: refreshing cocktails to make and enjoy while soaking in the sun and the season's vibe. Better still, if you master a few of these drinks you can confidently share them with your friends at a summer get-together. They will be plenty impressed.