De Blasio Calls Steam Burn Deaths Of Bronx Toddlers 'Freak Accident,' Vows 'Rigorous' InvestigationA multi-agency investigation is underway into the deaths of 1-year-old Scylee Vayoh Ambrose and her 2-year-old sister, Ibanez Ambrose, who were both severely burned by a steam leak in their apartment on Wednesday.
Kings' Matt Barnes Accused Of Choking Woman In NYC Club After 'Butt Bump'The NYPD wants to speak to Sacramento Kings forward Matt Barnes, following an alleged incident at a Manhattan club.
Eric Garner's Mother Pushes To Make Police Chokehold A Criminal OffenseNYPD officers are banned from using a chokehold to subdue a suspect, but a group of lawmakers and community activists is pushing to make it punishable by law.
Livery Cab Driver Found Shot Dead After Crash In OrangePolice responded to a report of a crash involving a livery cab on Snyder Street around 11 p.m. Wednesday.
Citi Bike Says Expansion To All 5 Boroughs Is Unlikely Without Public FundingMany people would like to see the Citi Bike program expanded into all of New York City, but that will not happen unless the city helps pay for it.
Prosecutors: Brooklyn Resident, Inspired By ISIS, Discussed Nice, France-Like Times Square AttackA 37-year-old Brooklyn resident is facing charges for allegedly traveling overseas last year in an effort to join ISIS.
De Blasio Vows To Defend Civil Rights In Monday SpeechMayor de Blasio once again pledged to stand with New Yorkers who may be most vulnerable to President-elect Trump's proposed policies.
Advocates Want More NYPD Officers Trained In Crisis InterventionAdvocates say only about 4,000 NYPD officers have it, and they're not necessarily the ones that respond to the call.
De Blasio On Trump: People With Major Differences Can Still Work TogetherHow will Mayor Bill de Blasio and President-elect Donald Trump move forward?
Chelsea Bombing Suspect In Court To Face Terror ChargesAhmad Khan Rahimi previously pleaded not guilty in New Jersey to charges related to a shootout with police officers in Linden.
NYC Comptroller Sets Up Website To Report Problems At The Polls On Election DayStringer's office has set up a website for voters to report any issues they encounter during the presidential election.
ACS Commissioner Breaks Down In Tears Before City Council Committee Probing Zymere Perkins DeathThe Administration for Children’s Services has come under severe scrutiny after it was revealed that the agency previously investigated five complaints of abuse and neglect involving Zymere before his death on Sept. 26.