Cuomo Orders Probe Into Threats Targeting Jewish CentersThe governor said Jewish centers in Tarrytown, Staten Island, New Rochelle and Plainview, Long Island were targeted with bomb threats on Monday.
Accounting Firm Apologizes For Series Of Gaffes In Erroneous Best Picture AnnouncementThough many expected the awards to be one long parade for "La La Land," it didn't play out that way.
De Blasio Meets With Federal Prosecutors, FBI Agents Investigating Campaign FundsThe investigation centers around accusations that the mayor and his aides gave favorable treatment to donors who contributed to the mayor's 2013 election campaign.
Bronx Community Alarmed After Landlord Is Accused Of Killing TenantTaha Mahran, 51, is charged with murder, manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon in the death of his tenant, 44-year-old Zakir Khan.
Reward Offered For Information As Investigation Into Linden Suspicious Package ContinuesThe suspicious package that authorities say was designed to resemble an explosive device caused a massive police response and evacuations Tuesday evening.
De Blasio Names David Hansell As New ACS CommissionerHansell most recently worked in the private sector but his bio boasts experience in helping run federal and city agencies as well.
Bronx Mini-Mart Owner: Customer ‘Very Lucky’ After Car Plows Into StoreSurveillance video captures the car as it slams through the window of the shop, knocking over shelves and almost pinning the customer, who manages to escape.
Investigation Continues Into Fatal Police-Involved Shooting In BrooklynInvestigators are still on the scene Friday morning where a suspect was shot and killed by police in an exchange of gunfire on Thursday.
New LaGuardia Airport Traffic Plan In Effect For Holiday WeekendJust in time for the busy Presidents Day holiday weekend, the Port Authority is rolling out the new plan that includes six days of free bus service and discounted parking.
'Listen, We Failed:' Tenants Furious After Rare Infection Spread By Rat Urine Infects 3, Killing 1, In The BronxThe Health Department said two patients were diagnosed with the bacterial infection, most commonly spread by contact with rat urine, in December and one in February.
Tri-State Area Cleaning Up Damage Left Behind By Powerful WindsThe gusts were so strong it took PSEG trucks to support utility poles after some of them nearly snapped in half from the force of the wind in Massapequa Park.
NYPD: Robbery Suspects Posing As Police Officers In BrooklynThe men allegedly struck in three separate incidents between Dec. 17, 2016 and Jan. 4, 2017, police said.