Paul Marquez, 23, posted an ad on the website twice late last month offering a baby for sale for $100, law enforcement sources said.
An out-of-control driver struck multiple pedestrians and took out four storefronts Monday evening in the Baychester section of the Bronx.
City Public Advocate and mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio warned SUNY Downstate Tuesday that it will find itself in serious legal hot water if it does not comply with a judge’s order to keep Long Island College Hospital open.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, safely delivered of a son at 4.24 p.m., according to Kensington Palace.
A restraining order obtained on Friday means that the hospital will remain open for the time being.
The area around the iconic Astrotower on Coney Island was to remain closed until further notice, after the tower appeared to be swaying in the wind more than usual Tuesday.
Themes that had emerged from previous meetings included concern about affordable housing, education, and hospital access among many other issues.
Queens residents talked about the issues they want to ask mayoral candidates Tuesday evening, in the fourth in a series of town hall meetings.
Officials have said they plan to crack down on barbecuing on Pelham Parkway, the greenway in the Bronx that links the New England Thruway and the Bronx River Parkway.
The typically large Times Square crowd looked on as two men fought near the intersection of 46th Street and Seventh Avenue around 2 p.m.
FBI agents on Monday were digging underneath a home in Queens, and the excavation might relate to a search for human remains relating to a mob murder from some 30 years ago.
Neighbors and dirt bike enthusiasts agreed at a meeting in Harlem Tuesday night that the bikers need a space where they can ride safely.
A nasty confrontation between three young gay men and police — which was caught on video — was the subject of an angry news conference outside One Police Plaza this afternoon.
An adult and a child were hospitalized Monday after being attacked by a dog in Queens, police said.
Affordable Housing, Fracking, Safe Streets And More: Manhattan Residents Talk Issues Join Town Meeting
1010 WINS’ Sonia Rincon, CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois, WCBS Radio 880′s Steve Scott and El Diario/La Prensa’s Marlene Peralta were on the panel of local news reporters to listen to voters from Manhattan.