A financial services company and a technology firm have signed five-year leases at New York City’s One World Trade Center.
New York City cab drivers and other city workers will soon be required to watch a video about pedestrians killed by automobiles as part of the city’s effort to reduce such fatalities.
New York City officials who launched the city’s municipal identification card, the nation’s largest program, did so with the hope of inspiring other cities to follow suit and offer IDs to those without them, including many immigrants living in the country illegally.
The Streit’s factory is the oldest in the nation still churning out the unleavened flatbread that’s essential for Jewish holidays. About 2.5 million pounds of matzos were baked for April’s Passover holiday and distributed worldwide.
Police are searching for a serial groper targeting teenage girls in Flushing, Queens.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force was investigating Monday, after swastikas were found sketched on apartment doors in Midwood, Brooklyn.
Last week, CBS2 found a homeless hot spot in the corridor that links the 34th Street subway station to the PATH station.
People in Queens did a double take on Monday, when a coyote was spotted roaming along the roof of a bar.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has said someone may have improperly tapped a gas line before the explosion.
A 2-year-old boy was found dead in a Midtown restaurant bathroom Monday afternoon, and his mother, who had been with him, was in custody.
Lizabeth Sbar, 66, was sitting on a couch in front of the window inside was struck and became trapped under the SUV.
A New York City Councilman was credited Monday with rescuing a pregnant cat from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
Police on Monday were searching for a man who allegedly stole items from a Duane Reade drugstore in Midtown East last week, and threatened employees with hypodermic needles when he got caught.
Police said two feet with white socks and blue jeans could be seen through a garbage bag that was protruding from the duffel bag.
The New York state budget agreement struck Monday did not include a minimum wage hike or property tax relief, but it did include a new tax cut for luxury yachts.
The explosion and collapse was reported at around 3:20 p.m. at 7th Street and Second Avenue Thursday afternoon.