Doormen Fired After 65-Year-Old Asian Woman Vilma Kari Attacked Outside Building In Hell's KitchenBrandon Elliot is accused of brutally attacking 65-year-old Vilma Kari outside the building on West 43rd Street as she was on her way to church.
Brandon Elliot Faces Judge In Brutal Hell's Kitchen Beating Of 65-Year-Old Vilma Kari, As Leaders Rally Against Anti-Asian ViolencePolice say there have been 33 anti-Asian hate crime victims as of March 28, compared to 11 during the same period last year.
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.
New York Leaders Rally Behind Asian American Community After Recent Attacks: 'United In Our Anger'A group of leaders is expected to rally at the National Action Network headquarters Thursday in Harlem to denounce the rise of attacks on Asian Americans.
Sources: Salman Muflihi Faces Hate Crime Charges In Stabbing Of Asian Man In Lower ManhattanPolice said the 36-year-old victim is fighting for his life in critical condition. 
Calls For Immediate Change Ring Out After 36-Year-Old Asian Man Stabbed In The Back In Lower ManhattanA random attack from behind has left another member of the Asian community seriously hurt.
Mayor De Blasio Pushes Campaign Against Anti-Asian Hate Crimes, Including Financial Penalties And Potential Jail TimeWellington Chen came to New York from Hong Kong in the 1970s, but said he was never afraid to walk the streets near his Flushing home -- until now.
Federal Officials Speak Out Against Anti-Asian ViolenceThe video made national headlines: An Asian woman in Flushing viciously pushed to the ground on Roosevelet Avenue. 
NYPD: Suspect Arrested In Possible Anti-Asian Attack On Woman In QueensThe NYPD says anti-Asian hate crimes jumped from three in 2019 to 29 last year, mainly motivated by COVID-19. 
Virtual Things To Do: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage MonthWhile the usual public celebrations may be a bit restrained this year, Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month's annual celebration of culture and history are still happening online this May.
Study Shows Racial Disparity In Handling Of Criminal Cases In ManhattanA study of prosecutions handled by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office has concluded that black and Hispanic defendants are more likely to be held in jail before trial than white and Asian defendants.