An unarmed and unsuspecting man was shot in the chest and killed by a rookie police officer in the inside the stairwell of a Brooklyn housing complex late Thursday, and police officials have said it appeared to be accidental.
If the state has its way thousands of state parolees will start reporting to a massive facility on Second Ave in January, but a lawsuit from neighbors is trying to stop that from happening.
Among the behaviors they’re hoping to correct: Hogging multiple seats and taking over the entire pole in a subway car.
Investigators are looking into the collapse of a World Trade Center scaffold that left two window washers dangling 68 stories above the street.
Investigators remained in the famed Diamond District in Midtown late into the night Tuesday, after police say armed robbers boldly tricked their way into a building, robbed a store, and pistol-whipped the owner.
Police Commissioner William Bratton announced Monday that officers will now be allowed to issue simple summonses for certain low-level marijuana offenses, rather than making arrests.
The late 15th-century marble sculpture by Renaissance artist Tullio Lombardo smashed to pieces when its pedestal collapsed on Oct. 6, 2002.
A 76-year-old Bronx man survived a shooting in his own building, but has been living with a bullet lodged in his jaw ever since.
Police said a man used a knife and barbell to attack his 7-year-old son, his wife and mother-in-law and then slashed his throat.
Nearly 100 of the city’s struggling schools will now be turned into resource centers for families, remaining open beyond the full school day.
A 21-year-old man faces charges in connection with the stabbing death of a teenager earlier this month on Long Island.
Authorities say a 21-year-old student has died after choking at a Brooklyn school.
This week, a local investment firm struck a deal to buy the Oregon company that has been operating Citi Bike.
An African advocacy group wants more protections after two brothers from Senegal were allegedly bullied and beaten at their new school in the Bronx.
Residents of Dr. Craig Spencer’s building on 147th Street are trying to stay calm after he tested positive for the disease on Thursday.