Riders on the L train subdued an accused groper on Friday night. Youtube footage shows a woman yelling and bringing the groper to the attention of two other riders.
“I feel great,” said Jessica Barba. “I get to go back to school and I get to see all my friends and I get to also hand in the project that created all this.”
A videographer came along for the occasion, and entered the private residence during the raid. That violates federal policy – only people who are members of law enforcement can film inside a private residence during a raid.
Tired of those run-of-the-mill occupiers? Looking for an occupier with a star quality? Some rhythm maybe? A good singing voice? You’re in luck, the Occupy Wall Street movement now comes complete with an entertainment department, and they’ve created their own movement called Occupy Broadway.
Investigators say the man approached his victim at 87th street in Ozone Park when he demanded the woman’s cash, jewelry, cell phone and iPod.
The most recent incident took place Saturday night inside the subway station at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. It would be the 10th incident of its kind since January.
What if you could see what’s happening and what’s happened, on any block in the city? That’s what MyBlockNYC.com is trying to make that happen.
Video from a subway station at 77th and Lexington shows the man police suspect in a string of groping attacks dating back to May.
Police have released surveillance video of a man they said tried to rape at least three women late at night in Brooklyn in the past month.
A video posted on YouTube Wednesday shows a rat running loose on a subway car — scurrying across the aisle and climbing up onto seats — before eventually crawling up the leg of a sleeping man and onto his face.
There’s a very lucky squirrel in Buffalo.
A new video coming to libraries statewide shows the faces of four sex predators, men who became nightmares for parents after winning their trust and access to their children.
If you’ve ever gone through the pain of losing someone you love, you know the grieving process is heart-wrenching. Now, some families are choosing to face death in a new way, leaving behind a lifetime of memories.
The moments in the 2010 program marking the times of the planes hitting and the towers falling.
You may remember the comedy troupe called Improv Everywhere. Their latest adventure took them to Brooklyn, and they went in style!