Police Commissioner Bill Bratton will soon roll out a pilot program in five precincts and one housing project in which patrol officers will wear body cameras.
Organizers of the world’s largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade say they’re ending a ban and allowing a gay group to march under its own banner for the first time.
It took 50 minutes for an ambulance to get to an 89-year-old woman who had fallen and was bleeding in her apartment building’s mail room just across the street from Gracie Mansion on July 15.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday some sites still have not passed city health and safety inspections.
The New York Post reported Monday that cops in the 63rd and 69th precincts were ordered to ignore illegal liquor sales inside three Brooklyn junkyards where open-air parties were being thrown.
New York City is installing more speed cameras near schools as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Vision Zero plan.
Residents of the affordable portion will now get shared access to a courtyard and a roof deck facing the Hudson River.
The city is continuing to beef up security on the Brooklyn Bridge following two high-profile security breaches.
Mayor Bill de Blasio insisted Thursday that universal prekindergarten sites set to open next week are being thoroughly vetted for safety.
Figures from 2013 show the largest number of heroin fatalities in a decade, according to New York City’s Health Department.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has promised that all 35,000 NYPD officers will be retrained and the city council will ask him about the regiment at a September 8 hearing.
Fifty-six percent of black respondents said they support “broken windows,” while 61 percent of white New Yorkers surveyed said they back it.
Ed Mullins, president of the Sergeants Benevolent Association, said he does not support the mayor’s call to bring the convention to the Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn.
The major components of the 9/11 ceremony will remain the same, including the reading of names and the moments of silence, however a few things will be done differently this year.
Yaroslav Kolchin, a 24-year-old Russian tourist visiting the city from Moscow, is charged with reckless endangerment, criminal trespass and other charges.