Two people remain unaccounted for after an apparent gas explosion in the East Village that leveled three five-story buildings.
A gas explosion ripped through four buildings and ended up leveling three of them, leaving a total of 19 people injured in a bustling section of the East Village Thursday afternoon.
The group’s purported kingpin, Brian Bacon, 52, had his son, Tamar Dillard, 37, use trains to transport heroin from Harlem to Newburgh, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.
Without that money, MTA chief Tom Prendergast says the agency needs to better manage overcrowding.
Gov. Chris Christie has traveled to Morris County to sell his budget plans for the upcoming year.
The $4 billion project is expected to be completed sometime in 2016.
Snow fell across the Tri-State Area all day Friday, causing travel delays and leaving people fit to be tied on the first day of spring.
Sgt. Francis “Buddy” Murnane was weeks away from his 63rd birthday when he died Sunday after an apparent heart attack at his home.
The longer rescue workers were at Ground Zero, the more likely they are to have an autoimmune disease, according to a new study.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s late streak continued on St. Patrick’s Day.
Nearly 22,000 families applied for seats in the expanded New York City pre-kindergarten program in the first day of the new registration period Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office announced.
Cuomo has proposed strengthening outside income reporting but no outright ban.
Robert Durst, heir to a New York real estate fortune, is waiving extradition and will return to Los Angeles to face a murder charge in the 2000 death of a writer and friend who acted as his spokeswoman.
Steven Plate, the head of World Trade Center construction for the Port Authority, said more than 700 5-feet-by-10 feet panels are being installed over the next several months.
Department of Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox said the harsh winter is to blame for the uptick in potholes.