A security guard said the victim appeared to be drunk when he arrived at the building — so much so that security warned the host.
Defending champion Miki Sudo won the women’s division of the annual July Fourth contest Saturday morning.
The characters are willing to stand out in the hot sun in their heavy costumes to avoid the cops and competition in Times Square.
The group cut a symbolic wedding cake as a way to celebrate something that so many in the community had fought for, for so long.
The flasher took off right after approaching the little girl.
The summer season will officially get underway at New York City public pools this weekend.
Dead bunker fish started washing up first on the shores of the Long Island Sound, and now on the Hudson River from Peekskill to New York Harbor.
The stabbing happened at around 2:30 p.m. at 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue — the building where convicted ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff once lived.
Seward Johnson’s life-like and life-size sculptures of iconic figures like Marilyn Monroe and ordinary people doing everyday things are making an appearance along a pedestrian plaza in the Garment District.
One woman who lives nearby said rowdy behavior is par for the course for the neighborhood.
Hundreds of thousands of people lined Fifth Avenue on Sunday to express their Puerto Rican pride.
People lined the streets for the Queens Pride Parade. The celebration included brightly colored costumes, music and dancing.
The driver of an SUV ran a red light at Cumberland Street and Lafayette Avenue in Fort Greene just before 2 a.m., police told CBS2’s Ilana Gold.
They lined up in the rain, hoping for the chance to put on those ruby slippers and ease on down the road.
The crane dropped a large piece of equipment — believed to be an industrial-size generator or air conditioning unit, police said.