Christopher Harrell is wanted in connection with the Dec. 1 shooting death of Anthony Pollard.
Jim Hall, one of the leading jazz guitarists of the modern era, whose subtle technique, lyrical sound and introspective approach strongly influenced younger proteges such as Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell, died early Tuesday at age 83, his wife said.
Some New Yorkers said New York City has been and always will be a target for terrorists, and that threats will not stop them from going about their every day lives.
The former right-hand man of disgraced financier Bernard Madoff told a New York City jury Tuesday that a crying Madoff revealed to him that his financial empire was a gigantic fraud just before the rest of the world learned the truth nearly five years ago.
The British tourist who lost her foot after a taxi cab jumped a Midtown curb and struck her in August is suing the city, court records show.
A grand jury declined to indict a New Rochelle police officer who shot and killed a mentally distubed man inside his apartment in May.
Flu shots could soon be required by law for small children in New York City. The plan would mandate children in day cares and preschools receive the shot.
Students at the Harlem School of the Arts can’t wait for Saturday’s holiday performances.
In a just-released transcript of last month’s parole hearing, Robert Golub admits to unintentionally killing teenage Valley Stream neighbor.
The NYPD is amassing its amazing arsenal of security initiatives to make sure the only bullets fired when the NFL comes to town are by the quarterbacks on the football field.
The New York City Council passed legislation Tuesday honoring a 4-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a sport utility vehicle in June.
The 10-year veteran and mother of two was driving home from her shift when her car struck a guard rail and then a cement barrier on the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge ramp just before 2 a.m. Tuesday morning.
A recent analysis of 9,000 high school students suggests good looking students have an edge in the classroom.
Official predictions show that a record 54.3 million visitors will have arrived in the city by the end of 2013. Of those, nearly 43 million came from elsewhere in the U.S. while about 11.4 million traveled internationally to visit the city.
Richard A. Brown says two men have been indicted on charges that they forced three teenage girls to work as prostitutes.