Monday morning’s incidents came after 21 shootings over the weekend in all five boroughs.
Lawmakers have agreed to create New York City identification cards residents could get regardless of their immigration statuses. The measure would add the nation’s biggest city to a growing roster of cities that have them.
Pearson ran up to a table where a man was selling cellphone cases on Broadway between Houston and Prince streets and stabbed him multiple times, the victim’s partner said.
Just one day before the Legislative session ends, New York lawmakers struck a deal with Cuomo on a series of bills that take aim at the growing heroin crisis.
The city medical examiner’s office treated a Bronx grandmother like “garbage” when it mistakenly shipped off her corpse for research, the woman’s family alleges in a new lawsuit.
Police are looking for a suspect in connection with a shooting outside of a Yonkers pizzeria that left a 9-year-old in critical condition.
A married couple allegedly mistaken for an illegal livery cab driver and a passenger is suing the Taxi & Limousine Commission for $3 million, alleging racial profiling.
A threat to “shoot up” North Bergen High School has prompted an investigation, and the school has also made sure all the students face some consequences for their own safety.
The owner of the Gowanus building that houses the 60-year-old Kentile Floors factory sign has filed permits with the city’s Buildings Department to remove it.
Jersey City Medical Center spokesman Mark Rabson said that the boy, identified as Jaden Thaxton, is moving and talkative. He will remain in the hospital overnight.
The shooting took place near Martin Luther King Drive and Union Street at around 3:30 p.m., police said.
Investigators said the sting was part of an effort to end a deadly gang feud that lead to the 2011 death of 18-year-old basketball star Tayshana Murphy.
A Long Island man was charged Tuesday with assault as a hate crime, among other counts, in connection with the alleged assault of V. Stiviano outside a New York City hotel. A second person is still being sought.
The mayor of Bogota, New Jersey, went to vote on Tuesday and got punched in the head.
Prosecutors on Tuesday said 325 people, including more than 280 alleged users and 40 dealers, were snared during the eight-week operation that targeted Paterson-based drug operations.