James launched the hotline on April 20 in an effort to root out mismanagement within the foster care system.
Police on Thursday were searching for a suspect who shouted anti-gay slurs at a pair of men in the heart of the Theater District and attacked them.
A moored balloon will be launched near 61st Street and Broadway on the Upper West Side on Thursday, and may remain in place for the next year, police said.
Fleming is making her Broadway debut in the comedy “Living on Love.” Opening night is Monday at the Longacre Theatre.
“Mamma Mia!,” which bills itself as the eighth longest-running show in Broadway history, will end its 14-year run in September.
The famous ‘Pearl River Mart’ an affordable home goods store is shutting down its three level SoHo store in the face of a five-fold rent hike.
For the past couple of years, local jokes about Groundhog Day have had to do with an animal named Staten Island Chuck that slipped from Mayor Bill de Blasio’s hands – but not for much longer.
Less than three months after it officially opened, the Broadway production of “Honeymoon in Vegas” will close this coming Sunday, according to multiple published reports.
Police on Monday were searching for a woman who threw coffee in a city bus driver’s face in the Flatiron District, in the midday hours on St. Patrick’s Day.
Police on Monday were searching for a woman who allegedly assaulted another woman at a bar in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Police were searching Friday for a two suspects who ripped off 48 pairs of high-end sunglasses from a store near NYU.
At least one firefighter was injured late Thursday when a manhole exploded and caught fire in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
A man was struck and killed Monday afternoon in a hit-and-run in Marble Hill.
Police have arrested one suspect, and were still looking for another Friday, in a string of thefts from businesses in Queens and Brooklyn.
A man was slashed in an attack on busy Broadway in Inwood in broad daylight Wednesday.