De Blasio: 'Sick' That Muslim NYPD Police Officer Allegedly Harassed Over Her FaithWith Officer Aml Elsokary sitting by his side, the mayor called the incident "unacceptable" in this city and this nation.
With Brooklyn Boy On Life Support, 'Operation Care' Aims To Increase Awareness About Child AbuseBrooklyn's borough president says the educational campaign will explain how to spot signs of abuse or neglect and how to safely report them.
City Officials Dedicate AIDS Memorial Park In Greenwich Village On World AIDS DayThe memorial is located across the street from the old Saint Vincent's Hospital, which was once home to the city's first and largest AIDS ward.
Caught On Video: Police Say Man Walks Off With Bucket Of Gold Flakes Worth $1.6 MillionPolice say a man is seen on surveillance video taking an 86-pound sealed black metal bucket containing gold flakes from an armored truck in Manhattan back in September.
Vision Zero Program Cracks Down On Reckless Driving During Holiday SeasonWhile winter may be the most wonderful time of year, it's also one of the most dangerous.
Stringer, Mayor’s Office At Odds Over Violence Rates At RikersThere have been changes at Rikers Island, and a review has been conducted by city Comptroller Scott Stringer.
New Bronze Plaque Marks Official Starting Line Of Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeRehearsals for the 90th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade kicked off Monday with the unveiling of a permanent plaque, marking the official starting line of the annual event.
Bail Set For 2 Suspects Charged In Connection With Murder Of Stamford ManBail was set at $300,000 cash or $3,000,000 bond each for James Rackover of Manhattan and Lawrence Dilione of Jersey City.
2 Men Charged In Stabbing Murder Of 26-Year-Old Stamford ManJames Rackover, 25, of Manhattan, and Lawrence Dilione, 28, of Jersey City, have been charged with concealment of a human corpse, hindering prosecution and tampering with physical evidence.
Rolling Stones Exhibit Makes US Debut In West VillageAn exhibit highlighting The Rolling Stones' five-decade long career has crossed the pond and is now on display in New York City.
1010 WINS Interview: Police Commissioner James O'NeillIn his first month as NYPD Police Commissioner, James O'Neill sits down with 1010 WINS' reporter Juliet Papa and talks about community policing, his relationship with Mayor de Blasio and the explosion in Chelsea that happened on his very first day as commissioner.
Christie Says He Still Supports Trump, But Calls Comments About Women On Video 'Indefensible'The New Jersey governor broke his silence about the video for the first time Tuesday