A bus slammed into a wall inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal late Tuesday afternoon, leaving one person hospitalized.
A man has been arrested and charged with attacking two NYPD officers during the protests over the Eric Garner grand jury decision last week.
Police were searching Thursday night for a man who allegedly attacked another man while hurling anti-gay statements in Hell’s Kitchen last month.
The cartoonlike bronze sculptures that adorn the 14th Street-Eighth Avenue subway station were joined by a rogue addition by a different creator Friday morning, alluding to an infamous scandal surrounding the original artist.
Police on Thursday were asking for help from the public in finding a suspect in a string of robberies targeting grocery stores, bodegas, newsstands and other businesses around Manhattan.
Police said a woman came up to a nanny pushing a baby boy in a stroller in Chelsea late Thursday afternoon, and tried to push a stroller away.
A photo of an NYPD officer helping an elderly blind woman cross a busy street in Midtown has gone viral, and has won the praises of Police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
Police on Wednesday were searching for a suspect who stole a pack of cigarettes from a West Village gas station mart and stabbed an employee in the hand.
Police on Thursday were asking the public to help find a suspect who grabbed a 17-year-old girl’s buttocks in a Brooklyn subway station.
Two people were injured Tuesday night, when a knife fight broke out at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Police Sunday night were asking the public to help identifying a robber who allegedly struck seven jewelry stores in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens over the past couple of months.
An NYPD K9 officer was credited Wednesday with finding a suspect who allegedly jumped a subway turnstile and threw a human officer to the ground.
The NYPD has just released new surveillance images of three suspects wanted in connection with the beating of a gay couple near Madison Square Garden last month.
Midtown residents and weekend workers might have heard explosions Saturday, but no one should be alarmed.
Some homes in Park Slope, Brooklyn, have been left in a state of disgusting disarray, after gallons of sewer water seeped in.