Animal rights groups have stepped up their calls to ban carriage horses following an incident in Central Park.
A carriage horse broke loose from its reins from and ran around Central Park Monday afternoon, only stopping when the carriage got caught in the door of a taxi.
The crash took place on the northbound side near 59th Street. It was not clear whether pot holes played a role in the accident but one vehicle had suffered obvious axle damage.
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.
Heather Burke was taking the subway to work when she was violently slashed as the train pulled into the 59th Street and Lexington Avenue station.
Two women were rushed to the hospital after being attacked Monday at a subway station in Midtown.
Three firefighters and two others were injured Saturday morning in a fire at the home of a hoarder on Central Park South.
A Queens woman was arraigned Wednesday on charges that she kicked and injured a police dog, as an officer tried to arrest her following a fight on a subway platform.
An NYPD K-9 Unit dog was attacked by a woman as an officer arrested her on a subway platform Tuesday.
Police are hunting for the man who slashed someone on the subway platform at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue.
Tri-State area residents are encouraged to avoid driving in New York City on Saturday, if possible. It is widely advised to take mass transit, as numerous events will cause several street closures.
The fire erupted on 59th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue and was later extinguished. Traffic in the area is back to normal and power is expected to be restored sometime Friday night for affected customers.