On Monday, city officials and leaders from the Municipal Labor Committee will meet to discuss the city’s plan for battling Ebola should it arrive in the city.
In an appeal from the pulpit, the Rev. Al Sharpton is demanding justice for the Staten Island man who died after an apparent police choke hold.
Both during and after the explosion that leveled two buildings in East Harlem Wednesday, people were stepping in to help rescue people inside, and take care of the victims afterward.
Karen Hollander, who was pregnant, thought she had time to run errands on Christmas Eve, including making a stop at a bank in Great Neck.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this week presided over a graduation ceremony for 285 probationary FDNY firefighters.
New York City medics say their safety was jeopardized during Superstorm Sandy and the head of Emergency Medical Services has got to go
Donald Vasquez was arrested on charges of stealing $280 dollars, according to a statement released by the Department of Investigation.
Volunteerism is being honored at a new 9/11 exhibit at the Nassau County Firefighters Museum.
Last weekend, at a backyard barbeque with family and friends, Priscilla Pereira choked on a grape and during the chaos a friend called 911 desperate for help. What happened next is likely why she’s still alive.
The program launching Wednesday — the first of its kind in the U.S., according to organizers and other experts — could eventually lead to thousands more organs donated each year nationwide.