Roxana Buta, 21, was struck around 1:30 a.m. on May 24 while crossing Broadway at East 14th Street as she headed home from her job as a waitress, police said.
Police said the budding actress was crossing 14th Street at Broadway when a dump truck ran her over. The driver never stopped and still hasn’t been caught.
Police believe a truck or dump truck struck the woman and then fled the scene.
Approximately 40 arrests were made Tuesday on various charges, including disorderly conduct, blocking traffic and resisting arrests, the NYPD said.
The city and police violated demonstrators’ free speech rights, used excessive force, arrested protesters on dubious charges and interfered with journalists’ and council members’ efforts to observe what was going on, the four City Council members and others say in the federal civil rights suit.
The program at the Institute for Family Health, called CenteringPregnancy, brings women out of exam rooms and into groups for their care.
Police are looking for a man wanted for allegedly engaging in an act of public lewdness on a subway train while another is being sought for allegedly of taking an upskirt picture of a straphanger.
Rev. Al Sharpton says organizers would hold a series of nonviolent protests calling for the arrest of the crime watch volunteer who confronted the unarmed black teenager because he thought he looked “suspicious,” and then shot him.
About 500 Occupy members marched from Zuccotti Park to Union Square with the family of John Collado, who was shot by a plain clothes police officer last fall.
“This is not a black and white thing – this is about a right or wrong thing,” the victim’s mother, Sabryna Fulton, said at the Union Square rally.
“The Hunger Games” trilogy has attracted a cult following, much like the “Twilight” phenomenon. Actors Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson signed autographs ahead of Friday’s premiere.
Foodies and adventurous Dr. Seuss fans take note; now is the perfect time to serve up some green eggs and ham. Emu eggs are now on sale at the Green Market in Union Square.
The Daily News reported that separate incidents claimed the lives of two men in the city’s subway system on Saturday, one in Manhattan and one in Queens.
The bright lights and holiday music that complement the candy cane striped booths at the holiday bazaars in Columbus Circle and Union Square are run by noisy diesel fuel generators that one Upper West Sider complained represent environmental hazards.
Cleaning union workers marched Thursday afternoon from 34th Street to Union Square. The march was a part of a larger protest organized by the New York Central Labor Council.