A hazy image of a woman coated in ash was one of the iconic images of Sept. 11, 2001, and now, the woman in the picture has died of cancer.
An elevator mechanic was killed Tuesday when he plunged four stories down a shaft in a Hell’s Kitchen building, police said.
Three workers were injured Thursday night when an explosion severely damaged a high school in the northwest Bronx late Thursday.
Six years ago, a New Jersey mother left her 19-month-old in the car while she ran into the Middlesex Mall in South Plainfield for 5 or 10 minutes.
The Legionella strain found at the Opera House Hotel cooling tower matched the strain found in patients, officials announced Thursday.
Two uniformed New York City police officers who were spotted snapping selfies with the topless models in Times Square have been reassigned.
Documents released Wednesday say Fogle, 37, faces one count of travel to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor and one count of distribution and receipt of child pornography.
The meeting about the proposed Amtrak Gateway project at Sen. Cory Booker’s office in Newark included the chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez.
Mayoral spokeswoman Karen Hinton said it’s a quality-of-life problem and city agencies are working on approaches to tackle it.
It was a tough morning commute for drivers and NJ TRANSIT customers after three separate incidents snarled traffic and transit in and out of New York City on Monday.
Long Island Rail Road service was snagged Sunday morning in the Bethpage, Long Island area, after a small plane crashed right at the tracks.
Police in East Harlem were on the hunt Sunday morning for a man who escaped custody for still in handcuffs.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Friday said it strongly encourages people to submit their requests for reviews of Superstorm Sandy-related payments by Sept. 15.
De Blasio’s press secretary Karen Hinton said the mayor was at the gym for at least 80 minutes during the standoff, which started at around 6 a.m.
New York City lawmakers will start debating a bill requiring all cooling towers to be registered and routinely tested after the deadly outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the South Bronx.