New lower speed limits — part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “Vision Zero” initiative aimed at curbing pedestrian deaths — will take effect on some major roadways Monday.
What do Madonna, Jerry Seinfeld, and Rupert Murdoch have in common? New York has money that it’s been trying to give them.
On Saturday night, a man dressed as Spider-Man wound up in cuffs after he allegedly assaulted a police officer following a dispute with a woman.
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of 9/11 rescuers and responders with cancer in the past year, according to a published report.
Street vendors are in a massive food fight for the area outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, CBS 2 reported.
New York City is already home to a lot of millionaires, but the Big Apple could soon play host to even more.
While some city council members have continued to fight a planned apartment complex with separate doors for luxury and affordable units, one official wants to change the law for the future.
James is seeking better training for police officers, tougher sentences for offenders and are calling for more cameras to be installed in subway cars.
Under legislation signed into law on Saturday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, patients with one of 10 diseases will be able to obtain nonsmokeable versions of the drug.
Lt. Gordon Ambelas died after suffering multiple injuries while on the 19th floor of the 21-story building in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, officials said.
A volunteer assistant fire chief in Dix Hills was on his way to dinner on Saturday night, when a call came in. By the end of the night he had saved a life.
The storm is churning up big waves all along the Atlantic coast as it travels northward.
A modern-day “Band of Brothers,” nine soldiers and Marines who survived catastrophic injuries from fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, spent part of their Independence Day remembering the bravery of others.
Prayers were said and thanks were offered to the Italian police who kept the investigation, into the death of Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino, open.
Yet another agency is taking a closer look at the financial books of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, according to a published report.