Shooting Near Battery Park Leaves 2 People HospitalizedThe shooting happened at around 3:15 p.m. at Washington Street between Battery Place and Morris Street.
Brooklyn DA Seeks To Protect Immigrants From Deportation For Low-Level CrimesThe Brooklyn District Attorney’s office has unveiled a new policy that changes the way some undocumented immigrants are prosecuted – so as to help keep them in the country.
Father, 14-Year FDNY Veteran Dies After Falling From Roof Of Queens HomeThe FDNY says the fire broke out on the second floor of a multi-family home on Putnam Avenue in Ridgewood on Thursday afternoon.
Teen Accuses Bodega Clerk Of Beating Him With Bat, Making Anti-Transgender SlurA teenager claims an East Village bodega worker made an anti-transgender slur and beat him with a baseball bat.
New Jersey Grandfather Facing Deportation Gets One-Year StayCustoms officials in Newark have approved a one-year stay of removal for 59-year-old Catalino Guerrero of Union City.
N.J. Police Officer Who Alleged He Was Fired For Being Gay Will Return To ForceGlen Rock Police Officer Matt Stanislao claimed in a lawsuit that he was harassed for his sexuality and never recognized for his acts of heroism.
Sources: ACS Previously Visited Home Of 2-Month-Old Bronx Boy Who Is Now Clinging To LifeThe Administration Children's Services apparently visited the home of a 2-month-old Bronx boy on several occasions before paramedics found him near death over the weekend.
Bronx DA Vacates Imprisoned Man’s Murder ConvictionShe says Steven Odiase wasn't given a fair trial, and today he was set free.
TLC Seeks To Require Tipping Option In Uber AppIn a few months – you will probably see a new feature in your Uber app allowing you to tip the driver.
Study Finds Trans Fats Ban Linked To Fewer Heart Attacks, Strokes In New YorkTen years ago, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg promised a ban on trans fat would reduce heart disease in New York City and now a new study published this week seems to prove him right.
New York State Appeals Court Judge Found Dead In Hudson RiverA New York State Court of Appeals justice was found dead in the Hudson River offshore from Harlem Wednesday.
N.Y. Officials Want To Seek It A Crime For Landlords To Force Rent-Regulated Tenants OutAs property values go up around New York, city and state officials say more and more landlords are trying to force longtime tenants out of their apartments.