Police on Thursday were asking for assistance in finding nine suspects who stole about $5,000 worth of clothes from the Barneys Co-Op store in Brooklyn.
The lawyer for the family of an autistic teenager who died after disappearing from his New York City school will also work with the family of an autistic student who died after choking.
Authorities say a 21-year-old student has died after choking at a Brooklyn school.
Brooklyn restaurants offering tasting menus have rivaled Manhattan’s iconic menus in recent years. Check out these stellar Brooklyn tasting menus.
Brunch is a staple across New York City. The true brunch gems go the extra mile, offering bottomless drinks. Check out these top-notch boozy brunches in Brooklyn.
State officials on Thursday announced an agreement in which the State University of New York may pull out of the struggling Long Island College Hospital, but a new health care provider will take over.
The identities of the owners of a Cobble Hill, Brooklyn home with an exposed glass shower were revealed in published reports Tuesday.
Imagine looking out of your window one morning and seeing your neighbors taking a shower. That’s exactly what could happen in Brooklyn after one couple built their bath in a way that leaves little to the imagination.
Doctors said they’ve been told not to make any new admissions.
The incident occurred around 8 p.m. March 26 at the Urban Outfitters on Atlantic Avenue in Cobble Hill.
Police said Sabrina Malone was found Thursday, days after she was reported missing by her family.
Sabrina Malone was last seen around 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 115 Columbia St., along the East River in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn, heading back to her home in Crown Heights after leaving her parents’ apartment.
Police on Wednesday were looking for a 27-year-old Brooklyn woman who vanished four days earlier.
On Thursday, a light fixture at P.S. 368 sizzled and then erupted, sending smoke into the air and autistic students scrambling out of the building.
We’re all familiar with the advice, “If you see something, say something,” and if police in Brooklyn see a smartphone or tablet lying in your parked car in plain view, they will be saying something to you.