A Queens doctor accused of selling prescription drugs out of his pain-management clinic has been sentenced in the deaths of two of his patients.
A local band is spreading joy this holiday season with a stop Friday directed at lifting the spirits of sick children.
Gov. Cuomo is stepping up his war of words with the teachers’ union.
Next year should be a busy one for one of the largest construction projects in the city.
West Harlem residents say a posse of raccoons has taken over their neighborhoods and in some cases even broken into their homes.
An extra-alarm fire broke out Thursday evening in a commercial building in Coney Island, Brooklyn – right across from the busy elevated subway terminal.
An unknown person tapped into ISIS terror imagery to intimidate a Rockland County politician, in a delivery with criminal implications.
An extra-alarm fire was raging late Thursday afternoon in a building in Ozone Park, Queens.]
Police have been looking for a group of suspects, four men and three women, caught on camera struggling with the two lieutenants during a clash between police and protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday.
The cyberattack on Sony Pictures that led to the studio calling off the release of the comedy movie “The Interview” originated in North Korea and was routed through servers in other countries, sources said Thursday.
The trial of a man charged with stalking Ashanti and her family ended in a mistrial Thursday, according to multiple published reports.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said Thursday that gun parts found in a passenger’s video game console at John F. Kennedy International Airport were not child’s play.
The child is identified as Kenneth White. He is described as a white male with short, brown hair and brown eyes. He is approximately 3 feet 5 inches and weighs about 45 pounds.
A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of his wife and another man.
A man was struck and killed by a subway train in Midwood, Brooklyn Thursday evening.
Protesters took to the streets of New York City on Dec. 13, 2014 to express outrage over the grand jury decisions not to indict the officers involved in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases.
Hundreds of so-called Santas have made their way to Midtown Manhattan Saturday for the annual SantaCon pub crawl.
Demonstrators gathered for a third night, protesting the grand jury’s decision in the Eric Garner case.