Four credit unions lending the buyers of yellow cab medallions are filing a lawsuit, as the Taxi and Limousine Commission considers new regulations on Uber and similar operations.
A New York City judge has heard arguments over the rights of two chimpanzees that advocates hope to free from Stony Brook University where they’re kept.
Five people were injured, one critically, when a vehicle slammed into a Pathmark store in Flushing, Queens.
Staff denied wrongdoing, saying they acted within their professional judgment.
Fleet Week 2015 officially kicked off Wednesday with a parade of ships down the Hudson River.
Police have released surveillance video of a man they say is connected to at least eight violent home invasions in the last nine weeks in Brooklyn.
The van is equipped with external video screens to display surveillance photos and videos from recent crimes.
Friends and family of Laura Finamore, one of the eight people killed in last week’s Amtrak train derailment, are saying goodbye Monday.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said Wednesday the Federal Railroad Administration and MTA agreed on a $967 million loan to install Positive Train Control technology.
A man was bashed over the head with a chair in a shocking brawl caught on video in a Chelsea barbecue restaurant.
The worker was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he died.
Wildstein could enter his plea Friday in Newark federal court, where grand jurors are hearing testimony on the scandal.
Two dozen black and Hispanic state legislators promised Wednesday to press for New York criminal justice reforms, citing recent police killings of unarmed young men in the U.S.
A November trial date was set Tuesday for the corruption case against former New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who after pleading not guilty insisted that he will vindicated.
A pro-Israel advocacy group known for publicly criticizing Islam can display its political advertisement containing the phrase “Hamas Killing Jews” on New York City’s buses, a judge said.