A man was struck and killed by a cement truck Wednesday in Astoria, Queens.
Four people were shot and wounded Friday night in front of a residence in East Elmhurst, Queens.
The modernized system is aimed at helping to improve traffic flow for emergency vehicles along Northern Boulevard, one of the biggest and most congested secondary roads in the county.
Police Thursday evening were asking for help from the public in finding a man who allegedly groped four girls and women’s buttocks in Astoria and Woodside, Queens.
Local service was restored to the E and F lines Saturday afternoon, but service was suspended again overnight Saturday into Sunday so that crews can finish cleaning up.
Ten people were injured Friday evening, when a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus and a car collided in Flushing, Queens.
An arrest has been made in connection with a hit-and-run accident that injured four people at a Queens bus stop on Saturday night.
A billboard over a storefront church in Corona, Queens that advertised a strip club has come down.
Charges were pending Saturday morning in a crash that left a 2-year-old boy dead in Queens.
A tow truck driver from Baltimore has been hit with serious charges, after he allegedly drove drunk and caused a wrong-way crash into a van full of teenagers on the Van Wyck Expressway in Queens.
Angel Recalde, 43, is charged with two counts of luring a child to commit a crime, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and two counts of harassment, police said.
Police have released surveillance video of a man wanted for luring teenage girls in Queens.
Police found the driver of the white 1998 Mack truck, which may have been towing a green generator, Friday afternoon in Brooklyn. No criminality is suspected in the incident.
On Friday at 10:40 p.m., a man entered Sushi X — located at 47-15 Northern Boulevard — through the rear entrance, according to police. He then allegedly removed an unknown amount of food from the kitchen before fleeing the scene.
The sign at the Gulf station on Northern Boulevard in Great Neck really does say a gallon of regular will cost you $4.99.9. Unless you have a spare one-tenth of a penny lying around, for all intents and purposes, that’s a $5 gallon of gasoline — $5.09 if you use a credit card.