Christmas Tree Sellers Flock To The Big AppleMany Christmas tree sellers drive hundreds of miles to New York City for this once a year tradition.
Clerk Speaks Out As Police Search For Suspects In Bronx Deli RobberyPolice responded to the Express Deli on Bainbridge Avenue in Norwood just after midnight Tuesday, where two individuals allegedly approached the store’s employees and demanded money.
Pearl Harbor: NYC Remembers 75 Years After Japan AttackA wreath laying ceremony will be held at the U.S. Intrepid in Manhattan to honor those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Sides Battle Over City Scaffolding RegulationsA New York City councilman has declared war on building scaffolding, claiming landlords should be forced to take them down if no work is being done.
Man's Nose Broken During Violent Subway Robbery In QueensPolice are searching for three suspects after two victims were beaten in a robbery onboard a subway train in Queens last week.
Tight Security At Rockefeller Center For Christmas Tree LightingMore than 50,000 multi-colored LED lights will bring the 94-foot Norway spruce to life, when officials flip the switch at around 8:55 p.m.
Caught On Video: Police Say Man Walks Off With Bucket Of Gold Flakes Worth $1.6 MillionPolice say a man is seen on surveillance video taking an 86-pound sealed black metal bucket containing gold flakes from an armored truck in Manhattan back in September.
NYC To FDA: End Restriction On Blood Donations From Men Who Have Sex With MenUnder current FDA rules, men who have had sexual relations with another man are prohibited from donating blood for 12 months after their sexual interaction.
NYC Now Accepting Kindergarten Applications For Fall 2017Any child born in 2012 and living in New York city is eligible.
Vision Zero Program Cracks Down On Reckless Driving During Holiday SeasonWhile winter may be the most wonderful time of year, it's also one of the most dangerous.
Video: Serial Bank Robbery Suspect Jumps Over Teller Counter, Demands CashPolice are searching for a suspect in connection to a series of bank robberies in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
'Phantom Of The Opera' Hits Broadway Milestone With 12,000th Performance'Phantom of the Opera' opened on January 26, 1988 -- almost 29 years ago. It is the longest-running show in Broadway history.

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