19-Year-Old Shot In Brooklyn, Police Searching For SuspectPolice say an unknown man fired several shots behind 6 MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn.
Group Of Women Accused Of Assaulting, Robbing Victim After Inviting Her To Party On InstagramA 20-year-old woman told police she was invited, via Instagram, to a party at a building on Hughes Avenue near East 179th Street in the Bronx.
Robbery Suspect Accused Of Pushing Woman Using ATM In Queens, Withdrawing $1,000According to police, a 30-year-old woman was using an ATM inside the bank when someone pushed her out of the way and withdrew $1,000 cash from the ATM.
NYPD Searching For Suspect Accused Of Pistol-Whipping Man In Coney IslandAccording to police, a 29-year-old man got into an argument with another man on Neptune Avenue near West 17th Street.
Police: Woman Threatened With Metal Rod During Brooklyn RobberyIt happened just before 6 a.m. on Aug. 7 in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Visit Elementary School In Harlem During Trip To New York CityPrince Harry and Meghan Markle spent part of their second day in New York City visiting an elementary school in Harlem.
NYC Moving Ahead With Plans To Build Affordable Housing On Site Of Little Italy Community GardenA lawsuit remains before the courts, but the city sent the group an eviction notice this week.
Democratic Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Unveils Plan To Protect New Yorkers From Flooding, Climate Change ThreatsAfter the deaths and devastation of Hurricane Ida, he says there are a number of things that must be done right away to keep New Yorkers safe.
Hempstead's Effort To Revitalize Downtown, Transit Hub Starts With Community Policing Unit On Mountain BikesHempstead Village, the largest village in New York, has a new vision to help draw outsiders to its cultural attractions, restaurants and shopping.
Mayor De Blasio Says He Will Visit Rikers Island Next Week Amid Growing PressureThe jail complex is in the midst of what's been described as a humanitarian crisis.
Understaffing At Nursing Homes Leaves Residents Vulnerable Amid Pandemic, Now Vaccine Mandate Could Make It WorseThe governor is actively preparing for an even greater shortage, working to secure temporary visas for international workers and adjust licensing requirements to bring in nurses from out of state.