A 31-year-old homeless man has been arrested and charged with robbing and sucker punching a man at the 42nd Street-Times Square subway station earlier this week.
The incident took place took place just after midnight Monday morning, and was caught on tape.
Police on Wednesday were asking for assistance from the public in finding a man who flashed a woman on a subway near Times Square.
Members of the Broadway community and other performing arts professionals staged a performance in Times Square Sunday – but not for entertainment or amusement.
Boardwalk planks salvaged from the Rockaways in Queens, Long Beach, L.I., Atlantic City, N.J. and Sea Girt, N.J. after Superstorm Sandy have been turned into hearts for a romantic public art installation.
A deal from 15 years ago has been discovered and it has the New York City Comptroller enraged.
Business and tourism groups in New York City hope to benefit from an expected massive increase in street traffic in the days leading up to next year’s Super Bowl.
Transit spokeswoman Judie Glave says the incident around 10 a.m. Tuesday involved a No. 2 train.
Service changes on multiple subway lines might make your weekend commute a little more complicated.
According to a survey on WhatsYourPrice.com of more than 9,000 women, the perfect man is athletic, has a graduate degree, makes $150,000 to $200,000 dollars, has green eyes and brown hair.
There was a countdown and cheering as the massive ball made its ascent. Well above the crossroads of the world, the ball featuring 32,256 LED lights will continue its light show throughout the new year.
Cleanup Crews Descend On Times Square After New York City Rings In The New Year With Massive Celebration
When the celebration was over sanitation workers swept through Times Square to clean up the mess. They told CBS 2′s Kathryn Brown that visitors are often awestruck by their post New Year’s task.
The festivities joined a slew of others around the globe, from fireworks in Sydney and Hong Kong to the first public countdown in years in Myanmar.
A teeming, cheering crowd of 1 million filled Times Square as the ball dropped in Times Square, as New York City and the world said goodbye to 2012 and welcomed a new year and a clean slate for 2013.
The ball has dropped in front of a throng of 1 million in Times Square, and 2013 has arrived.