Sweet Sounds Of Mozart's Masterpieces Come To Lincoln Center, Subway StationsThe Lincoln Center Mostly Mozart Festival kicked off Friday, with several performances being streamed online – and a few taking place in the subway.
Queens Man Charged In Tossing Of Hoax 'Bomb' Device At NYPD Officers In Times SquareQueens resident Hector Meneses, 52, was taken into custody shortly before 8 a.m. Thursday.
Search On For Suspects After Gunfire Narrowly Misses Cops In BrooklynTwo uniformed police officers were patrolling the block on foot at the time of the shooting, but investigators do not believe they were the intended target.
Cuomo Unveils New Designs For NYC Subway Stations, Train CarsThe governor said Monday that the upgrades at the Metropolitan Transit Authority represent the greatest mass transit investment in city history.
NYPD Monitoring Events In France Following Deadly Truck Attack In NiceFlags were flying at half-staff outside the French consulate on the Upper East Side Friday as extra security was seen outside.
NYPD Commissioner Bratton Calls Pokémon Go 'Stupid'One person who won't be downloading the popular Pokémon Go on his cellphone is New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
Some Yonkers Parents Upset Over Summer Camp Trip To 9/11 MuseumSome parents in Yonkers are upset over a city-run summer camp's field trip this week to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Police, Clergy Come Together For Unity In Mount VernonThere was a call Tuesday for unity between police and the community in Mount Vernon.
Guitarist Joe Perry Recovering After Collapsing During Brooklyn ShowPerry was transferred to Columbia Presbyterian hospital overnight where his band mates say he's surrounded by family and friends after quite the scare Sunday night
Tri-State Area Sweats Through Another Summer Scorcher With Bouts Of RainThe Tri-State area dealt with more summer swelter Thursday, with high temperatures across the region broken up by pouring rain.
Audit Finds Nearly $60 Million In Property Tax Breaks Given To Ineligible OwnersAn audit by city Comptroller Scott Stringer has found tens of millions of dollars in property tax breaks went to dead people.
NYC Opens Cooling Centers After Heat Advisories, Warnings Issued For Parts Of Tri-State AreaNew York City opened cooling centers as temperatures climb into the 90s across the Tri-State area Wednesday, and no relief was in sight.

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