Police took a suspect into custody Wednesday after a man was stabbed to death in broad daylight in Harlem.
Gallant guide dog Orlando was just doing his duty when bravely he leapt onto the tracks after his blind owner, Cecil Williams, lost consciousness and tumbled in front of an oncoming train on Tuesday.
Five attached stores were destroyed after a fire broke out on West 145th Street Friday.
From Harlem to Hollywood, Paris to Beijing, people hailed Nelson Mandela’s indomitable courage in the face of adversity as an inspiration for all.
Two lawyers refused to represent Ramel Robinson after he threatened to spit in their faces. Robinson also threatened to spit on the judge.
According to police, Nijaey Hilton was last seen leaving her apartment on East 112th Street with her uncle around 10:30 Tuesday night.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in connection with a robbery that occurred in Harlem.
The NYPD wants business owners to help solve crime in one Harlem precinct by turning their security cameras to the street.
Two men were struck and killed by vehicles in separate accidents in Manhattan and the Bronx Sunday morning.
More than $35,000 in marijuana, four guns and $21,000 in cash were seized, along with two pit bulls and a large python. The drugs and cash were found at the dealing site in Harlem and at the men’s apartments in the Bronx.
The man charged with beating a transgender woman to death in Harlem this past summer walked free Tuesday, according to a published report.
Police in New York say the 35-year-old “Pain & Gain” actor was pulled over just before 1:30 a.m. Saturday in Harlem. They say he refused to take a Breathalyzer test to measure his blood alcohol level.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip uptown to Harlem for a tour of the diverse, multicultural neighborhood, and as always some great food.
Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio hit the campaign trail Sunday with several events around the city.
Rev. Dr. Callender also worked alongside Dr. Martin Luther Kind Jr. and served on five presidential commissions.