A Metropolitan Transportation Authority official said the “stupidity” of contracted workers led to a giant drill bit piercing the ceiling of a subway tunnel in Queens last month.
A Queens woman returned to her house ransacked and squalid Monday, as she continued to fight the squatter she has claimed stole her house.
Underground Con Edison cables caught fire in Astoria, Queens Thursday afternoon, prompting the evacuation of three homes.
Police are looking for two suspects who they believe are responsible for two gun-point robberies at two Queens travel agencies.
Residents are blaming a youth football program for clogging the street and endangering their community.
A shoving and shouting match between a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus driver and a teenager in Queens was caught on cellphone video Tuesday morning.
Luis Chango, 45, and Rosa Jerez, 37, were arraigned Monday on multiple charges, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.
Police have charged a suspect who was injured in a police-involved shooting after they said he attacked two officers during a burglary in Queens.
A driver who police said is charged in connection with a deadly crash outside a banquet hall in Queens remains hospitalized Monday.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency wants at least a dozen of those disabled, elderly and mostly poor residents to return thousands of dollars in disaster aid.
Police are trying to determine if a deadly crash in Queens Saturday night was intentional.
Authorities responding to a 911 call of a woman stabbed inside of an apartment at 149-45 Northern Boulevard arrived to find a 68-year-old woman with multiple stab wounds about her body.
Authorities say it happened around 8:30 p.m. near the intersection of Merrick Boulevard and 225th Street.
Police are looking for two men who tied up employees while robbing a store in Queens.
The medical examiner’s office determined the body parts belonged to a 30-year-old white man, but police have not been able to identify the victim.