An undercover NYPD officer accused of attacking a driver in Washington Heights is expected to appear in court Wednesday.
A rescued dog that spent a decade roaming the streets of Upper Manhattan was headed home with his new owner Thursday night.
The freezing, icy weather Monday night was blamed for a carbon monoxide leak that led to the partial evacuation of a building in Washington Heights, and sent at least five people to an area hospital.
Police were searching Wednesday for a man who allegedly took money from apartment seekers on Craigslist as they paid him fees and rent for units he did not own in Washington Heights.
Police on Thursday were searching for two suspects in the robbery of six delivery trucks in Upper Manhattan and the Bronx over the past month.
Some drivers near Fort Tryon Park were subjected to an unwelcome surprise this week, after thieves vandalized and burglarized around 40 cars.
A vicious attack on a woman was caught on camera in Upper Manhattan this past Christmas morning, the woman said no one came to help despite her cries.
It happened just before 8 a.m. Christmas day on Edgecombe Avenue.
A man was in police custody late Monday, after another man was found dead with head trauma death in Washington Heights.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a suspect who allegedly pretended to be a police officer as he stole a cellphone from a 13-year-old boy at a subway stop in Washington Heights.
The murder of restaurant owner Jose Martinez in Washington Heights is 1986 was a cold case that went unsolved until the victim’s daughter, using the internet, tracked down the confessed killer.
Police on Monday were asking for help in finding a suspect who allegedly shot a man in the foot, and a woman who allegedly ran off with the suspect, in Washington Heights last month.
The video shows the victim was simply outside talking on his phone when the gunfire erupted.
Police on Friday continued to search for those responsible for a shooting that left one man dead, and another man and a teenage girl injured, in Washington Heights.
Dental patients are out thousands of dollars following the sudden shut down of two offices in Washington Heights and the Bronx. Now, they are calling for an investigation, and begging for their money back.