The DKNY fashion label is making a charitable donation, after the photographer behind the popular “Humans of New York” project discovered that the label had used his photos without permission in a Bangkok store.
NAACP President Benjamin Jealous denounced the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy in a sermon Sunday, and announced a second wave of activism against the policy.
According to police, undercover officers offered to sell a stolen iPhone for $30 to the employees of 94 Gourmet on Tompkins Avenue. As police were arresting the suspects, they found two loaded weapons.
Volunteers gave up their day as part of a national effort to honor the life and legacy or Martin Luther King by improving communities.
Surveillance video shows deli worker Said Jafaar reliving the scariest moments of his life. He was robbed and beaten by a pair of armed robbers in the Bedford Stuyvesant store.
A New York City Health and Hospitals employee was arrested Saturday on charges of assault and leaving the scene of an accident.
Friends and colleagues are mourning the untimely death of a 41-year-old man gunned down two blocks from his home in Brooklyn.
Two people were shot in a Brooklyn Park Thursday, EMS workers confirmed.
Some 280 animals have been cared for at the facility since the storm hit. About half of them, though, remain at the shelter, waiting to be claimed.
The news is taking Bedford-Stuyvesant by storm. The brownstone at 333 MacDonough sold for a record $1.34 million — $45,000 over the asking price.
A man was found dead in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn early Sunday, reportedly in a tipped-over shopping cart.
It happened just before 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 16.
While they would rather stay with their pets, many New Yorkers are taking advantage of the services of the Emergency Boarding Center in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn until they’re back on their feet.
Many victims of Superstorm Sandy have lost a lot, including their homes, possessions and everything precious, and now as they try to rebuild their lives, some families are also faced with the danger of losing their pets.
A $500,000 grant from celebrity chef Rachael Ray has made it possible for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to set up a shelter for pets displaced by Superstorm Sandy.