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The parents of a young brother and sister who were murdered – allegedly by their beloved nanny in their Upper West Side apartment – are reaching out.
An elderly woman was left in critical condition early Sunday, after being pulled from a fire in her apartment on the Upper West Side.
New York City Marathon runners can receive a refund of their entry fee after this year’s race was canceled because of Superstorm Sandy.
The NYPD wants help from the public in finding a suspect who assaulted a woman on the Upper West Side.
Yoselyn Ortega reportedly told detectives she resented the way the Krim family treated her, though she did not admit to the killings.
Yoselyn Ortega, 50, was arrested and charged with two counts each of first and second degree murder in the deaths of Lucia Krim and her brother Leo, according to authorities.
An 82-year-old woman has filed a lawsuit against a Trader Joe’s grocery store on the Upper West Side, claiming that staff did not help her after she was hit and injured by a can of tuna, according to a published report.
The Upper West Side restaurant operated by Lady Gaga’s family has been slammed with six critical violations by the New York City Department of Health.
Police said Cesar Lucas of the Bronx told officers sexual urges led him to rape the woman, even as her daughter slept in the bed beside her. The incident has some who live in doorman buildings concerned about their own safety
The lewd act involves rubbing up against unassuming commuters and now local lawmakers are demanding stronger penalties for convicted grinders.
The city has been cracking down on the illegal conversions since a state law was passed last year. But the city council has plans to increase the fines on illegal hotel landlords to try to run the practice out of business.
Some parents said their autistic children were left on buses for hours or not picked up at all.
The operation is in response to what federal researchers have called the worst outbreak of West Nile since 1999, with 13 cases in New York City, including five in Manhattan.
City officials said residents are not likely to experience medical problems from it, but want everyone to try and avoid exposure. They will be warned.