The tragedies underground continue. One man was killed and another was injured Tuesday night when they were involved in accidents involving separate trains inside an East Harlem train station.
Three construction workers were hurt Tuesday after a ceiling collapse at a building in Kips Bay brought down their scaffolding.
The 26-year-old suspect was involved in a road rage incident with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus driver shortly before 8 p.m., police said.
Police were searching Monday for a man who molested a woman as she slept on a subway train rolling through the Grand Central-42nd Street stop in Midtown last month.
Starting this weekend, the MTA has stepped up the frequency of L Trains by adding 98 more round trips a week. But it’s not all good news for mass-transit riders. The Lexington Avenue subway line will be hit with major service disruptions this week.
Starting on Monday night, service will be suspended on the A, C and E lines from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. from Columbus Circle to Jay Street.
Someone called 911 about the fire around 9 p.m. Sunday at the 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue subway station in an abandoned crew room.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s budget proposes cutting $40 million from the funding for New York City fire companies, and the possible reductions have the full attention of the fire officers union head – Al Hagan.
There is only one crematory in all of Westchester County, in Hartsdale. Now, historic Oakwood Cemetery in Mount Kisco wants to build one, in response, cemetery officials say, to increased demand.
CBS2′s Emily Smith takes us on a tour of a $17-million dollar mansion on East 65th Street, near Lexington Ave.
Police said that 46-year-old babysitter Beatrice Rios, of Queens, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child among other charges.
What if you could see what’s happening and what’s happened, on any block in the city? That’s what MyBlockNYC.com is trying to make that happen.
Flames shot out of the top floor of the Kehilath Jeshurun Synagogue on the Upper East Side at 8:30 p.m. Monday night. That’s where fire marshals believe the fire started.
Firefighters battled the four-alarm fire and got it under control around 9:50 p.m. An FDNY spokesman said about 170 firefighters responded to the fire, which started at around 8:30 p.m.
There’s something new and blue lighting up subway platforms in New York City.