Man Shot In The Jaw By Former Off-Duty NYPD Officer Speaks OutA man shot in the mouth by an off-duty NYPD officer in East New York, Brooklyn is speaking out for the first time.
Vessel's Photo Policy Claims The Pictures You Take At Hudson Yards Don't Belong To YouThere aren't any signs posted around Vessel, but if you read your ticket it directs you to the Terms & Conditions page online.
Drowsy Driving Simulator Reveals The Dangers Of Traveling Without Proper SleepDaylight saving time is this Sunday and with it comes a warning about driving. Studies show turning the clock ahead one hour increases car crashes caused by drowsy driving.
Gov. Cuomo, Mayor De Blasio Agree On Plan To Fix MTAThe proposal calls for congestion pricing on vehicles south of 61st Street in Manhattan.
Retired NYPD Detective Trying To Reunite With Baby He Delivered 24 Years AgoA retired NYPD detective still has one more case to solve - trying to locate a baby he helped deliver nearly 25 years ago.
De Blasio Announces New Crackdown On Phony Parking PlacardsIn some cases, those with legitimate ones like police officers, firefighters, teachers, and other city employees have been forced to park illegally around their jobs.
'Just Disgraceful': HUD Official Continues Nightmare Tour Of New York's NYCHA BuildingsHousing and Urban Development official Lynne Patton ran into a little hiccup in her second week living in the nightmare that is the New York public housing system.
Supporters Rally For Diaz Sr. Amid Council Feud, Flap Over Comments On Gay CommunityA day after the New York City Council dissolved a committee chaired by Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr. as punishment for comments many called homophobic remarks, the councilman’s supporters rallied outside his office.
Meet The Signal Expert With The Plan To Fix NYC's Failing Subway SystemCalling him a necessary exception to the current hiring freeze, the MTA has hired an expert from outside the country to fix the city's beleaguered subway signal system.
Brooklyn Couple's Mission: Reminding Passengers About Subway EtiquetteOne Brooklyn man has taken matters into his own hands to get people to behave on trains.
MTA: Service Restored After Odor From Heating Oil Disrupts L Trains Between Manhattan, BrooklynThe odor of diesel prompted the MTA to suspend service between Brooklyn and Manhattan Tuesday afternoon.
People Defy Warning Signs, Walk On Semi-Frozen Pond In Central ParkDespite multiple, bright red warning signs surrounding the area and the melting ice, people posed for pics and walked around.