Police said a 17-month-old in Manhattan and a 3-year-old in Queens both died Saturday morning in separate incidents.
Curtis High School student Miles Kirkland-Thomas, 16, collapsed during practice on Sept. 1. Kirkland-Thomas was in cardiac arrest when an ambulance rushed him to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Police said the medical examiner’s office has identified a woman’s body found in a wooded area in Medford to be that of missing mother Sarah Goode.
The unidentified remains of those killed at the World Trade Center have returned to the World Trade Center site in a solemn procession on a foggy Saturday morning.
The city’s office of the medical examiner has determined that the death of the 4-month-old son of a Mexican diplomat was the result of natural causes, despite bruising on the child’s body.
Mexican diplomat Eduardo Rocha Bracamontes and his wife, Gina, were being questioned Wednesday by police after they rushed their 4-month-old son to NYU Langone Medical Center.
A teenage girl found carrying a dead fetus in a shopping bag at a Manhattan lingerie store is headed toward trial on a shoplifting charge.
An autopsy of a fetus found in a teenage girl’s shopping bag at a New York City lingerie store was inconclusive, and more tests will be needed to determine how the fetus died, the city medical examiner’s office says.
The funerals for Jennifer McCusker and her three children will be held Friday morning at St. Jude’s Church in Mastic Beach.
According to police, Pedro Martin, 27, of Staten Island was arrested Saturday night for the murder of Megan Marotte.
Nicholas Brooks’ defense hangs on the testimony of noted medical examiner Dr. Charles Wetli. The jury has heard conclusive testimony from the ME that conducted Cachay’s autopsy that the designer was manually strangled and drowned.
Dr. Barbara Sampson told the court that the bruises and the marks on Cachay’s neck and the water found in her lungs showed that Cachay died of manual strangulation and drowning.
A Queens family is calling for a full-scale investigation into the death of a livery cab driver who suffered a heart attack during, what some have called, a mysterious arrest.
Police said the male body was recovered around 1:40 p.m. along the rocks at 158th Street and the Hudson River.
The toxicology tests were conducted as part of Adam Lanza’s autopsy by Connecticut’s chief medical examiner.