A man was found beaten to death Wednesday in the Richmond Hill section of Queens.
The State of New York has announced a new, high-tech effort to combat wrong-way crashes, using radar, flashy LED signs, and text alerts to drivers’ cellphones and the resources of local police.
The Ronald McDonald House, an 84-room oasis on East 73rd Street for sick kids and their families, is marking its 35th anniversary and will welcome its 30,000th family.
Police on Wednesday asked the public to help them find two suspects who allegedly attacked and robbed a man on a subway train back in September.
The Rev. Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders have launched a social media campaign in an effort to stop the violent “knockout game.”
The New York Shoe Expo is a shoe lover’s dream, a three-day showcase of thousands of new designs from all over the world.
Crews from Metro-North Railroad finished reconstructing a second track near the Spuyten Duyvil station, allowing resumption of full service Thursday morning, the MTA said.
At any speed, the rules of the road are pretty simple: Take a turn too fast, and you won’t make it.
Researchers have announced that they may have the answer to overeating, and it all may be connected to a new bra for women.
A new study may have found a way to make a male birth control pill a reality.
Police said 53-year-old Christine Bezak was discovered at 8:30 a.m. on Passaic Street, just off Route 17.
The City Council will consider a proposal to ban the use of electronic cigarettes in public places such as restaurants and parks.
About 150 students from PS 197 in the Rockaways were greeted by Santa’s elves as they arrived for the trip of a lifetime.
Prosecutors said the Lyndhurst woman hired a hitman to kill her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend, who was actually a federal ATF agent.
Recordings of 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting show town dispatchers calmly responding to a janitor, a teacher and others and assuring them help is coming.