Separate auto accidents have killed two women pedestrians in Staten Island, an elderly woman crossing a street in Manhattan and a male bicyclist in Queens.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a thief who took a Norman Rockwell painting from a storage facility in the Maspeth section of Queens.
A taxi flipped over in Maspeth, Queens Wednesday afternoon, leaving four people injured.
A street in Maspeth, Queens was renamed Saturday for George Gibbons Jr., a local bar owner who was killed by a wrong-way driver on the Long Island Expressway two years ago.
A group of students were walking out of a bodega on the corner of Grand Avenue and 71st Street when a Honda Pilot SUV jumped the curb, striking the students.
Police on Monday were asking for the public to help them find a burglar who struck the same house twice in Maspeth, Queens.
Police said the two men drove the truck through the window of the bank, and then attached two cables to the ATM before trying to drag it out.
A quick thinking retired firefighter prevented a 4th of July tragedy when he saved the life of a 2-year-old who fell in a pool.
Judge Steven Gold was reluctant to grant Andrea Sanderlin’s release when none of her family members agreed to sign her $500,000 bond.
She has nice clothes, an expensive car, and a rented house in the affluent suburbs. But a Westchester County mom is suspected of living a double life.
Andrea Sanderlin, 45, was busted by agents of the Drug Enforcement Agency after they raided the business she operated under the name “Fantastic Enterprises.”
Police found the body Young Joo Byun around 3 p.m. Monday concealed inside her blue Honda Civic near 61st Street and Queens Boulevard in Woodside, Queens, police said.
Police on Tuesday were looking to question a possible boyfriend in the murder of a Queens woman who never came home from a recent overnight shift.
A body shop in Queens is paying tribute to six firefighters who lost their lives there in 1962.
Some 100 family and friends packed the courtroom as Peter Rodriguez was sentenced to 3 1/2 to 7 years in prison for causing a deadly wrong-way crash on the LIE that killed George Gibbons.