House Speaker Ryan Delivers Keynote For Al Smith DinnerOn Thursday night, for the 72nd year in a row, comedy and charity met at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner in Midtown.
More Than 100,000 Students In NYC Public Schools Are Homeless, Report SaysThat’s one in 10 students, with the latest number at 104,000.
Mayor's Office: State Did Not Notify Us About Self-Driving Car Tests Coming To NYCGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday that General Motors and Cruise Automation will begin a self-driving car test in Lower Manhattan next year.
De Blasio: No Funds For Housing For Puerto Ricans Coming To New YorkMayor Bill de Blasio said there will be health and educational support for those coming to New York for Puerto Rico. But he said finding a place to stay is up to those who arrive.
NYC Monuments Review Commission Holds First Meeting Behind Closed DoorsThe commission will work to come up with a proposal as to which controversial monuments in the city they believe should stay and which should go.
De Blasio Says Potholes Are Down 50 Percent Since He Took OfficeThe mayor also said the Department of Transportation has filled 1.5 million potholes and has totally repaved more than one in four city streets, including FDR Drive.
NYC Plans To Use Pension Fund Money To Support Affordable HousingThe city comptroller made a special note, saying part of the money is being set aside to help returning veterans get mortgages to buy affordable housing.
Central Park Transverse Renamed In Honor Of Det. Steven McDonaldMcDonald patrolled Central Park, where he was shot in 1986. The shooting left him paralyzed.
NYPD Steps Up Security After Las Vegas Massacre; New Yorkers Express Concern About Times SquareAuthorities said a gunman opened fire at outdoor music festival in Las Vegas.
Weapons Seizures, Bronx School Stabbing Bring Renewed Calls For More Metal DetectorsThere was more fallout Monday, from the fatal stabbing at a Bronx school.
De Blasio Declares War On Rats On UWS Following Reports Of Rodents Jumping In StrollersMayor Bill de Blasio is doubling down on the war on rats in New York City, pledging three-quarters of a million dollars to fight the scourge.
Extra Security At Bronx School As Teen Faces Multiple Charges In Deadly StabbingSchool safety officers wheeled metal detectors into PS 67 and the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation early Thursday morning.