When a convicted child rapist was released from prison in July, the agency charged with keeping track of his whereabouts admittedly had no idea that his new home in the Bronx was a block from a special needs elementary school.
You may have to show your ID to buy a big soda if a new bill becomes law.
The NYPD has established a new task force to patrol Times Square, and that is just the beginning of the city’s efforts to combat the spread of aggressive panhandling, costumed characters and other quality of life issues.
Two women have been arrested after they attacked each other as their flight arrived at JFK Airport from Jamaica, police said.
Fire marshals have determined that a gas explosion that damaged a school and injured three construction workers was sparked by a lit match.
Sen. Jeff Klein said the situation is puzzling and troubling.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is directing more than $3 million taxpayer dollars to various projects on the leading edge of Brooklyn’s housing boom.
Plans to transform the area adjacent to Citi Field have suffered another setback, leaving the future of the project up in the air.
Sweltering school buses carrying disabled students have led to a lawsuit against the New York City Department of Education.
Chelsea was reunited with O’Donnell around midnight Tuesday. The teen did not give a reason for why she left home.
In the Bronx, crisscrossed by expressways and dotted with old industrial sites, asthma rates are sky high.
New York Sen. Charles Schumer is expected to outline a plan Tuesday to move ahead with Amtrak’s proposed Gateway project for new rail tunnels under the Hudson River.
Federal prosecutors say Ukrainian hackers worked with securities traders to make $30 million by breaking into the computer systems of companies that publish news releases about mergers and acquisitions.
New York City is taking an unprecendented preventative move after two more deaths have been linked to the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in the South Bronx, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.
Two thrill seekers who BASE jumped from One World Trade Center have been sentenced to community service and fined $2,000.