New York City Workers Must Be Vaccinated By Sept. 13 Or Face Weekly Testing, Mayor De Blasio SaysThe mandate applies to the city's roughly 400,000 employees, including those in the Department of Education, NYPD and the FDNY.
State Department Temporarily Shuts Down Online Booking System For Passport Appointments, Adding Frustration To Post-Pandemic BacklogThe State Department has temporarily removed the online booking system for appointments on its website. It's the latest frustration for many trying to get passports.
Neighborhood On Edge After 3 Women Attacked In Broad Daylight In Inwood Hill ParkIt appears all three cases happened within an hour Wednesday on walking trails in the southeast corner of the park.
NYPD On The Hunt For Dirt Bike Rider Who Critically Injured 4-Year-Old Boy In QueensPolice say the boy was struck by an illegal dirt bike in the Meadow Lake boat rental parking lot inside Flushing Meadows-Corona Park just before 6 p.m. on Sunday.
NYPD: 4-Year-Old Boy In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Illegal Dirt Bike In Flushing Meadows-Corona ParkPolice were still on the scene hours later, investigating and looking for any clues that will help them track down the dirt bike rider who hit the boy.
Fluid From Underground Con Edison Equipment Leaks, Streams Into New Rochelle HarborA spokesperson says it coats transmission cables to keep them cool, describing it like a mineral oil and nonhazardous.
Gov. Cuomo Expected To Be Interviewed By State Attorney General's Office About Sexual Harassment AllegationsMore than half a dozen women have accused Cuomo of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior. Now, the governor himself is set to face questions about those allegations.
Repairs Expected To Last Days After Sinkhole Opens Up On Upper East SideIt was reported around 8:30 a.m. on East 89th Street between York and East End avenues.
Retired NYPD Chief Terence Monahan's New Beat Is All About Getting People To Trust It's Safe To Return To NYCAs businesses start bringing more employees back to work, a lot of their concern has shifted from COVID-19 safety to public safety. Former NYPD Chief Terence Monahan's new job is to help with that.
Residents Of Crown Heights Apartment Building Protest What They Call Deplorable ConditionsThe management company says it's committed to making repairs.
NYPD: Officers Shoot, Kill Gunman Who Opened Fire On Trio Outside Brooklyn Liquor StorePolice responded to gunshots around 10:30 p.m. Thursday outside Boardwalk Wine and Spirits on Halsey Street near Wilson Avenue in Bushwick.
What Parents Need To Know To Get The Child Tax CreditStarting next week, some 36 million American families will start receiving monthly checks from the feds, thanks to the expanded child tax credit.
Hometown Heroes Parade: How Fresh Direct Food Delivery Workers Helped Feed Neighbors In NeedSome of the first things that come to mind when we think of essentials are some of the most basic human needs, like food and water.
Mayor De Blasio, Con Edison Urge New Yorkers To Immediately Reduce Electricity Usage On Day 4 Of Heat WaveCrews have been working around the clock to make sure the grid stays operational and working to restore any outages as quickly as possible.
Stockpile Of PPE Being Kept Outdoors At Queens Veterans' Home; Health Leaders Question If It's Still Fully Protective"You keep PPE not just indoors, but you keep them in rooms where it's the right temperature and humidity to protect the viability of it," said Dr. Mitchell Katz, president and CEO of NYC Health and Hospitals.