Massive Crowds Flock To Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon Inflation Amid Heightened SecurityCheckpoints for the massive viewing were similar to those in Times Square on New Year's Eve.
Police Use Find My iPhone App To Catch Armed Robbery Suspects In Central ParkOne of the teenage suspects was clad with a mask and armed with a .380 caliber handgun when he robbed a man of his iPhone and wallet Thursday night, police said.
Officers Accused Of Raping Woman In Police Van Quit NYPDTwo NYPD officers accused of raping an 18-year-old woman in their police van have quit the force.
Man Charged With Murder In Deadly Brooklyn Home InvasionDwayne Blackwood, 27, faces charges in connection with a home invasion in Brooklyn that left a 91-year-old man dead. The search continues for a second suspect.
Police Search For Man Who Escaped Custody In The BronxThe situation began when police were responding to reports of an assault near White Plains Road and Arnow Avenue shortly before 11 p.m. Thursday.
Concourses Shut Down, Flights Disrupted At LaGuardia After Man Allegedly Says There's Bomb In LuggageA terminal was partially evacuated and flights were disrupted at LaGuardia Airport Saturday morning, as police investigated a suspicious package.
State Audit: Some N.Y. School Districts Not Complying With Anti-Bullying ActFive years after New York state lawmakers passed a law addressing bullying in schools, the state Comptroller’s office said many school districts around the state are not fully complying.
De Blasio, Malliotakis, Dietl Square Off In Heated, Raucous Mayoral DebateMayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday faced Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis and independent Bo Dietl in the first general mayoral debate.
Rev. Al Sharpton Calls On ESPN To Reinstate Anchor Jemele HillHill was suspended for two weeks after violating the network's social media policy with tweets about President Donald Trump and the NFL anthem protests.
Local Lawmakers Call For Stricter Gun Laws In Wake Of Las Vegas ShootingThe chief law enforcement officer in Manhattan said bills that seek to allow silencers will turn back the clock on keeping New York City safe.
Mark-Viverito Slams Federal Response To Puerto Rico CrisisCity Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito pulled no punches Monday in blasting Washington’s response to the crisis in Puerto Rico.
Panic Ensues As Van Strikes Three Near Penn Station During Rush HourThe crash happened shortly before 5:30 p.m. Friday near 31st Street and Seventh Avenue.

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