De Blasio: No Improvement In NYC Poverty Rate From 2008 To 2012Mayor Bill de Blasio and an advocacy group announced Wednesday that poverty rates have remained unchanged over several years in New York City, despite the recovery since the 2008 recession.
$2.5 Settlement For Family Of Noel Polanco, National Guardsman Shot Dead By NYPDThe family of an unarmed National Guardsman killed by police during a Queens traffic stop has settled with the city for millions.
Man Admits To Opening Fire At Harlem Basketball TournamentA man pleaded guilty Thursday to a 2012 shooting that wounded five people during a basketball tournament at Rucker Park in Harlem.
Report Shows Increase In NYPD Police-Involved Shootings For 2012A new report has said the number of NYPD officers who fired their guns, and the number of suspects they killed, increased in 2012 compared with the year before.
Crowd Gathers To Remember 12-Year-Old Girl Who Was Slain In N.J.Dozens of people gathered at a park in southern New Jersey Sunday to honor a 12-year-old girl who was killed last year by a teenage boy who lured her to his home.
$1 Million Lottery Ticket Sold In Westchester County Remains UnclaimedSomeone has been missing out on a $1 million fortune from an unclaimed New York state lottery ticket sold in Westchester County.
Former Nursing Home Nurse Accused Of Beating PatientA former nurse was indicted Wednesday on allegations that he punched and beat a disabled resident of the Bronx nursing home where he worked.
6 Fun NYC Dishes To Try This WeekendIt's no secret that this city boasts a heck of a lot of fine restaurants and exciting food options. These are some of the dishes that everyone is talking about. From dinner to dessert, here are a few foodie highlights to try this weekend.