The Fire Department held its 20th annual Second Chance Brunch, reuniting EMTs with some of the people they saved.
A man who spent eight years in prison – and who was once known as “the Bronx Rapist” – turned out to be the wrong man.
Nitric acid was spilled in the first floor hallway of the Bread and Roses High School at Edgecombe Avenue & West 136th Street, the Department of Education said.
Police in New Brunswick, New Jersey were hoping Thursday to locate a trio of would-be robbers who pistol-whipped a store owner.
Known as “Father Bob” to parishioners, Robert Cormier was climbing with two long-time friends. He had reached the peak alone and went onto a shelf of snow that gave way, police said.
Police handcuffed a rabbi in Queens on Tuesday, accusing him in a scheme to steal millions of dollars earmarked for preschoolers with special needs.
Ruan Wen Hui, 68, was walking on East 6th Street off Avenue D around 9 p.m. Friday when he was brutally attacked, police said. Hui was taken to Bellevue Hospital, where he died of his injuries the next day.
One day after CBS 2 spoke exclusively to a man attacked with a hammer at a Brooklyn subway station, police said they have identified the suspect in the attack.
Richianand Brijanand of Ozone Park was buying a MetroCard when police said the suspect walked up from behind, hit him in the head with a hammer and demanded money.
A pair of ospreys decided to build a nest in a volunteer fire department siren in Spring Lake, N.J., forcing the department to turn it off.
Any homeowner who has ever had a problem with squirrels or raccoons knows how hard they are to get rid of. One Brooklyn man decided to take matters into his own hands.
There was a change of tune Thursday for the Coney Island, Brooklyn teen accused of setting a fire that killed an NYPD officer.
Eleven defendants were indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and arraigned in State Supreme Court later Wednesday on identity theft, fraud, grand larceny and forgery charges.
Epi Ulerio’s My Deli Grocery in Inwood was targeted in the brazen after-hours burglary over the weekend.
New Canaan police said they responded to the couple’s home Saturday night to investigate a “family dispute” after someone called 911 and hung up.