Retired FDNY Firefighter Suffering From 9/11-Related Illness In Need Of Lifesaving Bone Marrow TransplantIn 2019, Brian Kevan was diagnosed with lymphoma. Since then, he has undergone numerous rounds of chemo and other treatments, and nothing has worked.
Harlem Man Arrested After Allegedly Punching Woman, Striking 5-Year-Old ChildA group of people saw the attacker trying to walk away and stopped him from going into a nearby subway station.
New York Judge Suspends Father's Visitation Rights With Daughter Unless He Gets COVID Vaccine Or Subjects To Weekly TestingThe father's attorney says his client, who has had the virus, is complying with the testing part to see his child but says it's not a long-term solution.
NYC Cyclists Frustrated By Construction, Cars Blocking Protected Bike LanesVideo from an East Village mother shows her child cycling to school this week, forced into the middle of the street because construction was blocking the bike lane.
Police Arrest Man With 37 Prior Arrests In Connection To Attempted Burglary In The BronxPolice say Orisha Luckey was caught on camera brazenly chasing a Bronx woman into her apartment building.
16-Year-Old Fatally Shot On Lower East SideIt happened around 8:30 p.m. Friday on Delancey and Suffolk streets.
Attorney General's Office Opens Investigation Into Fatal Shooting Involving NYPD Officer Yvonne WuThirty-one-year-old officer Yvonne Wu is charged with murder and attempted murder.
Ray Of Hope For Irate Retirees After New York City Changes Health Benefits For 250,000 WorkersThey claim they're being forced to accept an inferior and costly plan that could bankrupt them in their golden years. 
NYC Mayoral Candidates Offer Differing Visions For Tackling City's Graffiti ProblemOn Thursday, Mayor Bill de Blasio touted efforts of the New York City Clean-Up Corps, saying nearly 1,000 properties have been repainted since April.
Rockland County School Going Remote Through End Of Year Due To Mold In BuildingThe Rockland County school suddenly switched to online instruction this week after mold was found in some classrooms and asbestos was detected.
Harrison Town Zoning Board Allows Construction On $1 Million New Home To ProceedNearby homeowners argued the lot was wrongly subdivided, the building permit was improperly issued and the five-bedroom house should be torn down.