The NYPD has launched a weeklong crackdown on reckless driving – targeting infractions including speeding, running red lights, and texting behind the wheel.
The break occurred shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday, sending water pouring into businesses on the street.
At a ceremony Thursday morning, officials announced city beaches will open at 10 a.m. Saturday for the Memorial Day weekend.
Three Navy ships and two Coast Guard cutters are scheduled to arrive in New York Harbor Wednesday morning, the start of the week.
The MTA is working on a plan to phase out the MetroCard over three years, replacing it with a new fare payment system.
Dozens of NYPD officers lined up outside Weill Cornell Medical Center clapped as Officer Rosa Rodriguez was released after spending six weeks in the hospital.
The National September 11 Memorial Museum is being dedicated Thursday before opening to the general public May 21.
Six months after a deadly derailment in the Bronx, the Metro-North Railroad has announced a series of sweeping safety reforms.
A man charged in the deadly beating of a grandfather in the East Village was ordered held without bail Wednesday.
President Barack Obama visited the Tappan Zee Bridge on Wednesday as he announced a series of measures aimed at improving the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.
Two officers stopped Baldwin after they spotted him riding his bike the wrong way on the street near Union Square Park, police said.
The citywide initiative being held Tuesday and Friday is part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Vision Zero program, which is aimed at eliminating traffic fatalities.
A teenage driver was drag racing just before his car crashed head-on with an SUV on Long Island over the weekend, sources told CBS 2.
A young Brooklyn boy is in stable condition after getting stuck in a roll-up gate on Thursday.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called the kidnapping of nearly 300 girls in Nigeria by an Islamic extremist group an “act of terrorism.”