The victim, identified as Brandon Lincoln Woodard, was shot execution-style in the back of the head in front of 202 West 58th St., according to authorities.
It has been 33 years since the fateful day that Renee Katz made headlines for all of the wrong reasons. Katz, 17 at the time, was a talented flute player getting ready for college.
Seven people were indicted Wednesday on charges of stealing credit card information from customers at the Midtown parking garage.
The New York Water Taxi service from a temporary landing at Great Kills Park making stops near Wall Street and in Midtown began Monday morning. One-way fare on the New York Water Taxi ferry is $2.
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.
The incident happened at 438 W. 38th Street at Dyer Avenue, near the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel around 8:45 a.m. No injuries were reported.
A New York City police officer was arrested on shoplifting charges on Black Friday.
A dozen new businesses – including a new Planet Hollywood, Ben & Jerry’s and H&M clothing store – will soon be coming to Times Square.
Some people have already completed their shopping in preparation for cooking that Thanksgiving Day feast, while others will be waiting until the last minute.
It sounds indulgent – but it isn’t. Instead of wolfing down a slice while walking, or, worse, trying to keep crumbs off your keyboard while multitasking, spend your lunch hour at a concert.
West 57th Street in Midtown has reopened to pedestrian traffic, with the crane that collapsed during Superstorm Sandy now secured.
Speaking at a news conference, Gov. Cuomo acknowledged there is a shortage of fuel, but said “there is no reason to panic.”
Try telling that to drivers at the Hess station at 44th Street and 10th Ave.
Power was coming back Wednesday afternoon to some areas toward the southernmost tip Lower Manhattan, but most residents and businesses below Midtown remained in the dark.
The rig’s arm on a luxury Midtown Manhattan high-rise dangled precariously and forced evacuations in the thick of the storm. Officials concluded the hanging arm is stable for now.
A family is grateful after a mystery man became the difference between life and death on a busy Manhattan street corner on Friday.