All three suspects are in custody and the gun has been recovered, police said.
It happened near the corner of 17th Street and Eighth Avenue around 4 p.m. Thursday as a nanny was pushing the baby in a stroller, police said.
According to a crime alert issued by the school, a female student was walking along Nichol Avenue and Seamen Street when two men on bicycles pulled a knife on her.
A 16-year-old student at Passaic Valley High School and her boyfriend were arrested and charged with possessing naked photos of the boy’s ex-girlfriend, who is also a student at the school.
An extra-alarm brush fire was raging on Staten Island Monday evening, bringing heavy smoke and causing traffic jams.
The fire broke out in a four-story building on Scholes Street in Williamsburg at around 1 p.m., according to the Fire Department.
An older, shorter pole at the edge of West Fingerboard Road has been replaced by a new pole not more than a foot away, but the replacement was put right in the center of the sidewalk.
High hopes for a love connection cost a New Jersey woman her entire life savings when she was scammed on Match.com.
Researchers at Stanford University recently said hitting the books for three or more hours a night won’t necessarily make a child perform better in school, but can make them sick.
In each incident, police said the suspect pulls out a knife and takes money from the registers. In a couple of cases, he assaulted people in the stores.
Homeland Security To Cut NYPD Bomb Detection Funding After Obama Says NYC Nuclear Blast Bigger Concern Than Russia
Less than 24 hours after President Obama said he’s more concerned about the prospect of a nuclear weapon exploding in NYC than Russia’s recent actions, Homeland Security officials announced plans to cut the NYPD’s bomb detection funding by 50 percent.
One person was killed, and three others were injured, when they were hit by a NJ TRANSIT train in New Brunswick, N.J. Tuesday afternoon.
Three of the four men accused of jumping from One World Trade Center in September 2013, were in police custody on Monday, just days after a New Jersey teenager was caught sneaking up to the spire.
Despite having homes and warm beds to sleep in, hundreds of young professionals spent Friday night outside, sleeping on the streets of New York.
An extra-alarm fire was raging Thursday evening in a brownstone on the Upper West Side.