James Harden suspended 1 game
Houston Rockets star James Harden has been suspended one game for kicking LeBron James in the groin.
Floyd-Manny conference March 11
With the deal for the long-awaited Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao megafight signed, it's time for the top two boxers in the world to come face to face to officially kick off the promotion for the fight.
New York City top cop says shootings up 17 percent
Weed is apparently not so innocent in New York City, and Bratton says it just keeps showing up in the most violent acts in the city.
5 facts about Dr. Seuss in honor of his 111th birthday
We're celebrating Dr. Seuss with five facts about his life you may not have known.
Driver could face charges after truck submerges in Toms River
Andrew Mayer is keeping a very low profile after the incident, and on Monday, he spotted our camera and ran into the home where he rents a basement room.
New York area digs out after another round of winter weather
Temperatures are rising after the latest winter storm that dumped half a foot of snow in some parts of the area, with Long Island one of the hardest-hit places.
Obama Hints at 10-Year Iran Nuclear Deal
The president wants a decade-long Nuclear pact from Iran, but it may be a long shot.
NYPD searching for 7 in vicious caught-on-camera Bronx deli assault
In just a matter of moments, a verbal argument inside the deli on Castle Hill Avenue in the Unionport section turned violent, and it was all caught on video.
Students Rejoice: New York City public school students now allowed cell phones
Mayor de Blasio announced the end of the cell phone ban in January, saying the old policy was unfair because it was unevenly enforced.
Daughter of NHL player writes heartfelt letter to get her dad traded home
The daughter of Columbus Blue Jackets' Jordan Leopold wrote a touching letter to the Minnesota Wild, asking to trade for her dad.
LAPD Shooting: Why Cops Say Skid Row Suspect Grabbed for Gun
The man fatally shot by Los Angeles police officers apparently grabbed at a police officer's pistol before he was shot, the chief of the LAPD said.
FEMA and homeowners battle over Sandy money
It was an S-O-S on your 7 On Your Side Facebook page. A government agency clawing back tens of thousands in funds given to a Sandy-soaked family. When all their appeals were rejected, 7 On Your Side was their final hope.