Amy Poehler Joins Push To Raise Minimum Wage For Tipped WorkersMinimum wage workers are seeing their pay gradually increase as New York pushes towards $15 an hour.
Prosecutors: Long Island Tutor, 59, Sought Sex With 13-Year-Old GirlA Long Island home-school tutor was arrested by federal authorities after he tried to meet a 13-year-old for sex, prosecutors said.
‘I Will Kill Your Family’: Suit Details Alleged Threats Made By Harvey WeinsteinThe sale of the Weinstein Company is being blocked by a lawsuit filed by New York's attorney general.
Menendez, Booker Call For Mandatory Sleep Apnea Testing For Train EngineersU.S. Sens. Robert Menendez and Cory Booker (D-New Jersey) have demanded that sleep apnea testing be made mandatory for train engineers.
Advocacy Group Says Most City Buses Are Struggling To Make The GradeMost city buses are struggling to make the grade, a recent study claims.
New York State's High School Graduation Rate Edges Past 80 PercentNew York state's high school graduation rate edged above 80 percent in 2017, but black and Hispanic students graduated at much lower rates than white students.
NYC Health Department After Deaths Of 2 Children: Get Your Flu Shot NowHealth officials say an 8-year-old girl from Queens is one of two children to die from the flu in the city this year.
Queens Parents Say School Never Told Them About Student Caught With KnivesParents were furious to discover they were unaware that a student had allegedly been caught with knives at a school in Queens.
NYPD Officer Hit In Head With Brick In QueensAn NYPD officer was hospitalized after being hit in the head with a brick in Queens.
Task Force Unveils Manhattan Congestion Pricing PlanThe panel wants to charge drivers a fee to enter Manhattan south of 60th Street and will affect cars, trucks, taxis and all for-hire vehicles.
11 Indicted In Alleged Staten Island-Based Heroin RingAuthorities said they have taken down an alleged heroin and fentanyl trafficking ring operating out of Staten Island.
Brooklyn Plans To Roll Out Mobile Shower Service For The HomelessIn a new plan to tackle the homelessness problem in New York, a mobile shower service is coming to Brooklyn to help people living on the streets get clean.