Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of one of New York’s most infamous and most studied crimes.
A New York City couple is in search of a good Samaritan who offered her coat to the woman after she gave birth on an Upper East Side street.
A Long Island good Samaritan was being hailed for his bravery Tuesday night, after rescuing a couple from a burning car.
A man arrested this past weekend was linked to a sexual assault in which he allegedly posed as a good Samaritan returning a woman’s wallet.
The incident occurred on Middle Country Road and New Moriches Road in Lake Grove around 5:45 p.m. Thursday.
The suspect apparently followed the victim after she got off the bus and ambushed her on the corner of 152nd Street and Melbourne Avenue in Flushing, investigators said.
John Boisseau, 37, of Sound Beach was driving on the Long Island Expressway when he lost control of his vehicle, veered off the road and struck a tree near exit 55 in Brentwood around 2 a.m. Friday, police said.
A toddler was saved by a Good Samaritan Tuesday morning, after she fell onto the Metro-North train tracks in Westchester County.
It happened around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday as a 30-year-old woman was walking along the jogging path at 64th Street and West Drive, police said.
Janixia Soto was holding her little brother on their fire escape but could not go down to the street because a ladder was broken. So the 11-year-old decided to drop her little brother into the arms of good Samaritans below.
Authorities say icy conditions caused a driver to spin out Saturday afternoon on the highway in Lacey Township. Four men in a van, including Espinoza, stopped to help the driver push her car to a safer location.
A family is grateful after a mystery man became the difference between life and death on a busy Manhattan street corner on Friday.
The redheaded man conducted CPR on Jason Kroft, 40, when he went into cardiac arrest at Sixth Avenue and 45th Street on Oct. 5.
Kimberly Brillo was inside a plane that took off from East Hampton Airport and then crashed after losing power. She said that shortly after takeoff she could tell that there was a problem.
Khalima Ansari was approaching the tracks at the Van Siclen Avenue station in Highland Park as a horrified mother looked below, only to see her 1-year-old baby boy on the rails after a gust of wind sent his stroller over the edge of the platform.