Anti-Violence Fair Held At Harlem Housing Complex Where 10-Year-Old Ayden Wolfe Was Fatally BeatenThe mayor's Action Plan For Neighborhood Safety network hosted the Anti-Violence Services Fair at NYCHA's St. Nicholas Houses.
Struggling Professional Dancers To Get Help This Weekend With Outdoor Performances On Rooftop Near Lincoln CenterA series of special outdoor performances will take place this weekend in Manhattan. It's all for a good cause -- to raise money for struggling professional dancers in the Big Apple.
COVID Restrictions In New York: As Smaller Entertainment Venues Reopen, Off-Broadway's 'The Office! A Musical Parody' Brings Musicals Back To NYCThe off-Broadway show is the first musical to return to New York City in over a year since the pandemic started.
NYPD Making New Recruitment Push, Tackling Anti-Police Sentiment Head On By Urging Applicants To 'Be The Change'Enrollment opens Wednesday to sign up for the test in June. 
Child Psychiatrist Says Parents Should Lead Conversation About Marijuana With Kids After Legalization In New YorkChild psychiatrist Dr. Jodi Gold said now is the perfect time to talk to young people - teens especially - about pot.
Opponents Of Marijuana's Legality In New York Fear Rise In Crime, Driving Under Influence, Decreased Quality Of LifeWednesday marked a historic day across the Empire State. Recreational marijuana is now legal. The legislation has won praise from many supporters, but opponents have voiced several concerns.
Yankees Announce COVID-19 Safety Measures For Thursday's Home OpenerFor the first time in nearly two years the Yankees are welcoming fans back to the Stadium. But Thursday's home opener will be a lot different than you remember pre-COVID-19.
New York City Council Approves Package Of Police Reform Bills After Voting To End Qualified Immunity For OfficersThe legislation will either improve the NYPD or hamper it, depending on who you ask.
Reinforcements Are Coming: NYPD Announces New Plan To Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian-AmericansThe NYPD is beefing up its efforts to combat a spike in anti-Asian hate crimes. The department is adding more resources -- and manpower.
NYPD Now Allowing The Reporting Of Complaints On WebsiteThe low-level offenses the public can report include lost property, petit larceny, and misdemeanor criminal mischief and graffiti.
De Blasio Announces 80,000 New York City Employees Will Return To Their Offices May 3Mayor Bill de Blasio says it's another step forward in the road to recovery in New York.