Driver Charged With DWI After Crashing Into Parked Cars In BrooklynPolice said 33-year-old Juan Pedro Sibri crashed shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday near the corner of 18th Avenue and 61st Street.
9-Year-Old Boy Struck By L Train In BrooklynPolice said the boy fell shortly after 1 p.m. at the Atlantic Avenue L train station in East New York.
Off-Duty Cop Assaulted, Robbed Of Pistol In The BronxOne of New York's finest was rushed to the hospital after a group of men attacked him early Sunday morning in the Bronx.
Gun-Toting Man Clips Five Officers With Car In Brooklyn, Cops SayInvestigators say the officers noticed the man had a gun, at which point one of them discharged their service weapon once.
Officials Tout Cleanliness Of New York City WaterwaysMayor Bill de Blasio declares New York's harbor is healthier that it's been in more than a century.
Furry Friend Finder: Ivy & LucasBoth pups are looking for their forever home.
Season's First Snow Brings Slick Roads, Icy Driving ConditionsIn some areas the roads were clear early, but the threat of black ice remaining a challenge.
First Storm Of The Season Leaves Tri-State Blanketed In SnowThe storm did not bring any major problems to the area, with no reported power outages or significant issues on the roads and rails.
Cardinal Dolan, Hundreds Of Volunteers Get Christmas Gifts For Families In NeedWith a list in hand, the Archbishop of New York set off to play Santa for the day.
#MeToo Movement Hits The Streets Of ManhattanDespite the wintry weather, an outdoor rally was held Saturday to show support for survivors of sexual harassment and assault.
Fire Damages Pizzeria In Upper ManhattanFlames broke out at Grandpa’s Brick Over Pizza near 2017th Street and Broadway just after 4 a.m. Saturday.
Revelers Risk Joining The Naughty List As SantaCon Comes To TownThe annual booze-filled bar crawl kicked off on the steps of the Farley Post office across from Penn Station at 10 a.m.