A car erupted into flames late Thursday afternoon on the upper level of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.
Allegations have been made against a private school that teaches children with special needs.
It was a close call in the East Village on Sunday, when a cab jumped a curb and slammed into a store front.
Screeching subway trains, honking cars, roaring planes, barking dogs and boisterous people make noise the Big Apple’s No. 1 quality-of-life complaint, based on about 300,000 calls every year to the city’s 311 complaint hotline.
A man has been arrested and charged in an attempted rape in an apartment on the East Side of Manhattan.
The Access-A-Ride vehicle went out of control on East 34th Street just before 9 a.m. Thursday
The blaze broke out just after 6 a.m. Monday in the basement of a building on 53rd Street just west of First Avenue.
Lawmakers joined labor and business leaders Tuesday to protest against a rezoning plan that would affect a broad area around Grand Central Terminal.
Some residents have been up in arms, as some of their neighbors have taken to sunbathing in their bikinis just steps from children playing in the Stuy Town development.
Persian culture and heritage were on display on the East Side of Manhattan Sunday, for what is billed as the largest Persian parade in the world.
New York University Langone Medical Center was evacuated Monday night, after power went out and generators subsequently began to go down.
World leaders will be converging on Manhattan’s East Side next week for the United Nations General Assembly and the NYPD says it’s ready.
Under the plan, the Hunter College-Bellevue School of Nursing on 1st Avenue and 25th Street would be converted into a city garage for garbage trucks, snow plows and street sweepers.
The celebrity chef wasn’t home when CBS 2’s Emily Smith stopped by, but he did let her get an all access look at his home.
While supporters of mixed martial arts continue to wrangle with legal channels to get New York State to overturn its current ban on the professional sport, those who are interested in MMA and traditional martial arts may find programs throughout the city to learn and train safely. As attitudes about MMA — particularly its merits as fitness and self-defense training — change, more programs will no doubt become available to New Yorkers. Few could compete with these, the best of the best, right in New York.