The incident happened shortly before 8 a.m. Tuesday on a bike path along the Hudson River near West 59th Street.
Dozens of police officers, including state and federal authorities, have been scouring the woods in Cold Spring in an intense manhunt for 63-year-old Sang Ho Kim.
Jose Martinez was arraigned on a 15-count indictment that includes charges of murder, kidnapping, predatory sexual assault and criminal sex act.
Nassau County police said they are looking for Sangho Kim, who is believed to be “armed and very dangerous,” Police Chief Steve Skrynecki said.
A 21-year-old White Plans woman underwent surgery Wednesday afternoon for serious injuries she suffered after being pushed onto the Metro-North tracks in front of a moving train.
Pope Francis appointed Bishop Bernard A. Hebda of Michigan to serve alongside current Archbishop John Myers.
A popular Bronx restaurant remained closed on Saturday night following an outbreak of a very serious virus.
A New Jersey landfill that had been closed for decades has caused new trouble in an upper middle class neighborhood in New Jersey.
The practice of burying an owners ashes with a pet was allowed, and then it wasn’t. Now, it is allowed again but restrictions have been placed on cemetery owners.
Vandalizing cars is nothing new, but when the suspect is a woman in her 70s, it’s certainly unusual. Police say she’s vandalized at least a half a dozen cars.
Volunteer groups in New York have decided to mark the anniversary of 9/11 by assisting first responders with small acts of helpfulness.
Having your house trashed by friends or family is no fun, but it’s especially bad when done by an intruder. But imagine if the intruder has wings.
Since the Great Depression, newsstands in the lobbies of public buildings and courthouses have been operated by the blind and the stands were designed with that in mind. But the new one in the lobby of the Criminal Court Building on Schermerhorn Street didn’t pass muster.
Residents in one section of north Brooklyn are voicing concern over what they say is a spike in violent crime.
It’s an unusual memorial for a fallen Army officer from Queens who was killed in Afghanistan in 2007. It’s a tribute the soldier would have loved — a memorial on four wheels.