It happened late Monday night at her apartment building on Walnut Street.
Police are on the hunt for a man who they said rides up to women on a bicycle and then grabs their phones and handbags.
Drivers in New York City are speeding into ticket trouble in record numbers.
The MTA is looking for a new lineup of musicians for its Music Under New York program.
Police have released surveillance video of a man they say is connected to at least eight violent home invasions in the last nine weeks in Brooklyn.
About 30 tenants of a six-story building in Chinatown claim their health and safety are in jeopardy, and they are looking to the city for help.
A deadly ambush in Queens has the rap world mourning a bright young star.
Attorney Brent Bryson told The Associated Press that King died peacefully in his sleep Thursday at his home in Las Vegas.
Another body was pulled from the wreckage Thursday morning, bringing the death toll to eight, officials said.
Big questions were swirling around Wednesday night about the engineer behind the controls of an Amtrak train that wrecked in Philadelphia a night earlier – and what he was doing moments before the crash.
Passengers are recalling the terrifying moments when their Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia.
A dispute turned violent overnight, claiming the life of teenager and leaving two others injured on Staten Island.
A weekend fire at the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant continues to concern officials and residents wondering how much oil leaked into the Hudson?
An operation conducted by Italian police, the FBI and Homeland Security has targeted a major drug-trafficking ring based in a pizza parlor in New York City, officials said.
De Blasio: ‘A Lot Of People Outside NYC’ Understand My First Year As Mayor ‘Better Than People In NYC’
The mayor was reflecting on his record of creating the municipal ID program, the launch of universal pre-K, and other accomplishments.