The trial got under way in Brooklyn Monday for a driver accused of killing a young couple expecting their first child.
The seven-alarm blaze started Saturday morning. More than 24 hours later, thick smoke could still be seen pouring out of the building.
Firefighters rushed to the scene of a four-story commercial building at 5 North 11th St. in Williamsburg around 6:30 a.m. Saturday.
The shigella bacterium outbreak started in Brooklyn, but now parents are on high alert in Rockland County.
An infectious outbreak of the shigella bacterium has already been seen in Brooklyn, and now, the outbreak has spread to the suburbs.
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Children have been sick and highly contagious by an infection caused by the Shigella bacterium, which has been spreading across Brooklyn.
Walk down many of New York’s sidewalks and you’re likely to see piles of trash bags awaiting pick up.
A manhunt was under way Tuesday for a suspect who police said stole a man’s wallet in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and ran up $500 on his credit card.
A suspect was arrested and charged Tuesday in connection with a box cutter attack on a man in front of a nightclub in Williamsburg, Brooklyn this past weekend.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is known as one of the trendiest and most expensive neighborhoods in the city. But now, a new building is offering staggeringly low prices to rent and tens of thousands of people are vying to get in on it.
Police have identified the suspect in a box cutter attack on a man in front of a nightclub in Williamsburg, Brooklyn this past weekend.
Police on Tuesday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who ripped off $6,000 from the New York Muffins shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
A Brooklyn fruit store manager and employee received a public apology from the Taxi and Limousine Commission, after they claimed that they were victimized by overzealous inspectors.
A Brooklyn fruit store manager was claiming Friday that he and an employee were victimized by overzealous inspectors, who deemed their private car an illegal taxi and seized it.