Tri-State Area residents are stocking up on food, water and other storm essentials to last for several days.
Protest organizers allege the school’s new interim acting principal is trying to dismantle the marching band, even going as far as changing the locks on the doors.
The shooting happened at around 2:45 p.m. at Grand Street near Bushwick Avenue.
A slate of challengers is working to unseat longtime New York police union leader Patrick Lynch — including two officers under indictment in a ticket-fixing scandal.
A little movie theater that’s been a Queens institution since 1927 has been given new life thanks to its owner’s persistence — and a winter blockbuster.
The federal government has opened an investigation into how reports of rape on campus are investigated at Columbia University.
NYPD officers arrested a man on Tuesday who allegedly talked about “how easy it would be to shoot a police officer” while holding his iPhone like a gun and pretended to shoot as a squad car went by.
The workers voted on Tuesday and a strike could happen as early as Friday morning, Teamsters Local 202 said.
Preliminary results show the cooling towers of a Bronx housing complex are contaminated with Legionnaires’ disease bacteria, according to the New York City health department.
A task force involving local police, county police and the FBI was formed in early 2014 after a surge in heroin use and 85 overdose deaths in Westchester in 2012 and 2013.
The city’s new inspector general for police says the NYPD and an independent agency probing excessive force claims are not consistent in how they decide officers should be held accountable in using barred chokeholds.
Officials with the ride-sharing service Uber defended the operation with city council members Monday morning.
City health officials are trying to determine if a common source is to blame for a spike in cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the Bronx.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton will meet with the heads of the police unions Wednesday to address deteriorating relations between rank-and-file officers and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The judges found the zone does not violate constitutional issues regarding separation of church and state