Genesis Rincon was struck around 8:40 p.m. Saturday while riding her scooter on Rosa Parks Boulevard with two friends, police said.
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The storm is churning up big waves all along the Atlantic coast as it travels northward.
Watches and warnings are in effect across the Tri-State area as severe weather moves in, a day after strong thunderstorms downed trees and power lines and flooded streets.
Tensions have mounted between Israel and the Palestinians after the bodies of three Israeli teens were found in the West Bank more than two weeks after they went missing.
An ex-convict accused of viciously stabbing two children – leaving one dead – pleaded not guilty Wednesday in a Brooklyn courtroom full of furious family members.
A Queens father has been charged with second-degree murder after police said his 8-year-old son was found dead inside their home Sunday night.
Commuters are bracing for the worst after the latest round of contract talks between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Long Island Rail Road union workers ended with no compromise in sight.
NRAD Medical Associates of Garden City has sent out letters to patients saying a now-former employee had unauthorized access to their personal information.
Police said he’s attacked at least nine girls and women since February. The victims range in age from 12 to 21.
It happened around 3 p.m. Monday about a block from the Richard R. Green Education Campus on Barnes Avenue in Williamsbridge.
Tenants erupted in protest, but some landlords were also unhappy Monday night, when the New York City Rent Guidelines Board voted against a rent freeze for tenants who live in stabilized apartments.
Police said a Metropolitan Recycling truck and another vehicle collided and the truck driver lost control, ending up inside the deli.
A 14-year-old boy charged with murder in the stabbing death of another 14-year-old student during a fight outside a Bronx middle school was remanded without bail following a court appearance Thursday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City is “constantly vigilant” against any terror threat posed by recent violence in Iraq.