NYPD investigators were on the scene of a shooting at a grocery store in the Bronx on Saturday morning.
A Bronx man has been charged in connection with a series of assaults that left five men with lacerations to their faces on Saturday morning.
Police are investigating a fatal shooting that took place in the Forrest Houses on 166th Street in the Bronx on Friday night.
The incident occurred around 2 p.m. Friday at a southbound #2 train was pulling into the Jackson Street Station and 149th Street.
Two people were in serious condition following a shooting in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx.
Elijah and Jeremiah Artis, ages 5 and 2, respectively, were pronounced dead at Lincoln Hospital, officials said. The baby, 4-month-old Michael Turner, did not make it out of the building alive.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in connection with a shooting in the Bronx.
The fire broke out inside the fourth floor of a brownstone at 977 Grant Avenue. The call came in around 3:10 Sunday morning. It took 60 firefighters about a half an hour to bring the fire under control.
A mother of two, identified as 43-year-old Kenia Castillo-Reyes, was shot four times — once in the head — and died a short while later at Lincoln Hospital after being taken there in critical condition.
The boy was taken to Lincoln Hospital in stable condition. Police said the suspect fled the scene at Gerard Avenue and E. 157th Street on foot.
A bloodied shirt, deserted stands, and plenty of police were part of the aftermath of a broad daylight double shooting involving an ordained minister just blocks from Yankee Stadium.
After striking two men who were crossing the Grand Concourse in the Bronx just after midnight on Saturday, a 37-year-old man driving a Honda CR-V didn’t even stop.
A Bronx man claims that he was badly burned during surgery at Lincoln Hospital. Enrique Ruiz and his family told CBS 2’s Ann Mercogliano that they want answers.
Fernando Mateo, spokesman for the Federation of Taxi Drivers, said the incident that left two men seriously injured Monday night stems from a rivalry between legal and illegal livery drivers.
Under the program, artists will earn “health credits” for every creative service they perform and obtain doctor’s visits and other care at Lincoln Hospital.