On Wednesday evening, CBS2 captured exclusive video of a coyote as it pranced across Riverside Drive near W. 79th Street around 11 p.m.
The coyote was spotted around 5 a.m. at Riverside Park along the Hudson River, between 96th and 79th streets, police said.
The NYPD took to Twitter Monday to bring attention to a pair of knifepoint robberies on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Police were investigating Tuesday night, after a man was found dead beneath the George Washington Bridge.
Police were searching Wednesday for a man who allegedly took money from apartment seekers on Craigslist as they paid him fees and rent for units he did not own in Washington Heights.
A teenage boy and girl have found themselves in big trouble, after they allegedly painted happy and sad faces and other silly designs on the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Riverside Park.
A body was pulled Tuesday from the Hudson River offshore from Washington Heights, and police said the body matched the description of a Harlem high school student who waded into the river last week.
A sport-utility vehicle slammed through a house that had just been remodeled because of Superstorm Sandy in Wantagh, Long Island early Saturday.
Residents of West Harlem were asked to conserve energy Wednesday evening due to weather-related problems with electrical cables.
The victims continued to recuperate Wednesday, following the bizarre slashing of five people – including a toddler – in Riverside Park South on the Upper West Side.
The suspect, identified as Juan Mendez, should be considered armed and dangerous, authorities said.
A man and woman were found dead Sunday in an Upper West Side apartment, in what police said was a murder-suicide.
The 44-year-old woman had said she was walking alone along Riverside Drive at West 74th Street at around 5 a.m. when a man came up from behind her and said he was a “cop and an FBI agent,” according to police.
The female victim was walking on Riverside Drive when two male suspects approached her from behind and forcefully robbed her.
More than 3,000 triathletes competed in the 12th Annual Aquaphor New York City Triathlon, and a commuter alert was in effect on Sunday for people traveling on the west side of Manhattan.