Port Authority spokesman Joe Pantangelo said Maxie Oquendo, of Manhattan, is charged with forcible touching, official misconduct and unlawful imprisonment.
A suspect and a bystander were wounded Friday afternoon in a shooting involving NYPD officers in Mount Vernon Friday afternoon.
New York City universal pre-K begins Sept. 9, but lots of parents still haven’t registered their children.
A woman suffered severe burns after a man splashed an unknown substance in her face in Queens, police said.
Eligible seniors must have less than $36,000 a year in income.
Sweltering school buses carrying disabled students have led to a lawsuit against the New York City Department of Education.
Police in Harlem are looking for a man who they said was caught on camera throwing a woman to the ground and robbing her.
Somerset County Prosecutor said the gunman allegedly shot a man and woman before shooting himself.
As you might suspect, there were lots of very ornate sand castles.
Authorities said each package contained two kilograms of cocaine, gift wrapped to look like children’s presents and were shipped alongside toys.
Kendell Owens, 31, apologized as he was led away in handcuffs on his way to court Wednesday morning.
New York City is taking an unprecendented preventative move after two more deaths have been linked to the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in the South Bronx, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.
Gifford was the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1956 when he led the New York Giants to a league championship.
The state Health Department began sending out teams to test cooling towers on Saturday.
Irving Fields still knows how to tickle the ivories and does it six nights a week at Tuscany, a restaurant on West 58th Street.