It’s the latest in a series of groping incidents in the borough — a man was busted last summer then another was sought in the fall.
20 years after New York City Hospitals police captain James Rodriguez was gunned down, his mother Esther Morales is hoping for break in the case.
Firefighters had gone to 34-15 74th Street after receiving a call about a burn victim.
Bergenfield resident Andrew Campbell wants everyone to know our bridges may not be as safe as we think they are.
Occupy Wall Street’s “Day of Action” slowed down Thursday night, hours after a large numbers of protesters headed from Union Square to Foley Square before heading to the Brooklyn Bridge.
Franco Rodriguez, 40, has been charged with graffiti as a hate crime for allegedly spray painting swastikas on a library, synagogue and church in Jackson Heights.
Police in Queens are trying to identify a suspect they say is wanted for sexual assaults in Jackson Heights over the summer.
The “On The Go” travel station is a giant iPad-like touch screen which gives riders real-time information on delays, service changes, construction, and escalator and elevator status.
Joseph Salvo, of the New York City Department of Planning, told 1010 WINS’ Stan Brooks “there is no question that there was an error in the enumeration” with regards to the assessment in Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Astoria and Jackson Heights.
New Yorkers often get the short end of the produce stick, spending big bucks on organic foods at pricey supermarkets or buying second-rate fruit from their local deli or fruit stand. Here’s a sampling of the city’s biggest and best “greenmarkets.”
Assemblyman Michael DenDekker says when the car of an elected official is vandalized, the penalty should be beefed up. He was angered over what was done to his car ten days ago, which has since been repaired.
Actor John Leguizamo grew up in Jackson Heights, Queens and once again has found a home on Broadway. CBS 2′s Dana Tyler reports on his new play “Ghetto Klown.”
Prosecutors said Anthony Parra, 21, attempted to give the baby her bottle, but put her in a hot shower for about 20 minutes when she refused.
Business cards advertising prostitution are showing up across Queens, and local officials are not happy about it.
Even though Friday’s storm wasn’t much to speak about in the five boroughs, the City’s aggressive response was a comfort to many still upset from the blizzard.
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