A Bronx man was arrested and charged Thursday in a hit-and-run accident that left a Brooklyn photographer dead in Morningside Heights this past New Year’s Eve.
Parents at P.S. 60 in Woodhaven, Queens were furious to learn someone dropped a loaded gun at the elementary school Wednesday morning.
One New Jersey neighborhood was too big, and one was too small, but a mother bear and her cubs found a tree in a neighborhood that was just right.
The family of a Queens man was horrified Monday, after their search led them to a beach in the Rockaways where police later found his body in a shallow grave.
He said his actions came as he tried to protect his family _ presumably from the photographer _ but were unacceptable and undermine “hard-fought rights that I vigorously support.”
An area couple’s big day has gotten bigger after a video of their wedding went viral.
A New York City police officer was arrested and charged Monday, reportedly on allegations that he falsified documents about his own arrest of a freelance New York Times photographer.
The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy has called off a public contest to name a lawn in the park, following a push to name the strip after slain photographer Chris Hondros, according to published reports.
Residents of DUMBO, Brooklyn, and members of the New York photography community have launched a campaign to honor Chris Hondros, an award-winning photojournalist killed in Libya two years ago, with a lawn in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The DKNY fashion label is making a charitable donation, after the photographer behind the popular “Humans of New York” project discovered that the label had used his photos without permission in a Bangkok store.
For the first time, photos have been released of murdered Staten Island photographer Sarai Sierra – from the very same day she disappeared in Turkey.
Many readers reacted with outrage Tuesday at the front cover photo on the New York Post, which shows subway murder victim Ki-Suk Han hanging from the platform just before he was struck and killed by a train.
New York state Sen. Kevin Parker, who was convicted of a misdemeanor in a confrontation with a press photographer, has lost one of his leadership posts but keeps another one worth $9,000.