If you’ve been by the fountain in Foley Square lately, you’ve probably noticed the cloudy green water.
An MTA train operator has been arrested in the hit-and-run death of a well-known jeweler.
Thieves with expensive taste took off with more than $150,000 worth of handbags in a high-end heist on the Upper East Side.
Chanie Gorkin, a 17-year-old about to enter the 12th grade at the Lubavitch high school Beth Rivka, originally wrote the poem entitled “Worst Day Ever?” for an assignment at school.
The tires on three cars were slashed sometime Thursday night.
Quality-of-life crimes are once again high on the NYPD’s agenda. The department has a new plan to deal with aggressive panhandlers and the homeless.
Asa Roberts, 18, was charged with rape, robbery, assault, burglary and other charges late Friday afternoon.
The Crunch gym is right next to a day care center, but police say 46-year-old Hiroko Kurihara left her 4-month-old in her hot car while she worked out.
A new report examines how changes to the NYPD’s controversial stop, question and frisk practices have affected the police and the community.
The cameras at the 7-Eleven captured sanitation worker Curtis Jackson stopping a would-be robber from holding up the store while he was on the job last week.
The incident occurred on an M72 bus around 7:20 a.m. at West 66th Street and Freedom Place.
The state’s rent regulations had expired June 16 but were temporarily extended as lawmakers continued to negotiate.
The sale to Anbang still allows the Hilton Corporation to run the hotel, but the deal also calls for a massive renovation, which triggered concerns in Washington.
Investigators claim Munther Omar Saleh used his personal computer to search topics ranging from weapons and pressure cookers, to eluding police and disguises.
A judge has ruled construction can proceed on a hotel and condominium complex that blocks some views of the Brooklyn Bridge.