Coronavirus Update: NYC Considering A 'Shelter In Place' Order; Alternate Side Parking Suspended For A Week; Bars And Other Businesses ClosedDe Blasio also said he's spoken with leadership with the U.S. military about what aid could be brought to bear to assist New York City as the coronavirus crisis worsens.
Coronavirus Update: NYC Public Schools Closed For Weeks, Parents Scrambling To Make PlansSchools will move to a remote learning model until at least spring recess, with the possibility that could be extended for the remainder of the year.
Coronavirus Update: Local Businesses Feeling The Impact As New Yorkers Opt To Stay Home Instead Of Going OutOne restaurant owner fears concerns over the coronavirus is why his restaurant is practically empty.
After Positive Diagnosis Comes Tracing The Movements Of Coronavirus PatientsThere's a coordinated effort to retrace the patient's steps to see who else may have been exposed to the disease.
Coronavirus Update: Suspected Case Reported In Monmouth County As N.J., Conn. Get Approval To Test For The VirusThat means patients there can know if they have the virus much sooner. Local testing has not been approved in New York.
Coronavirus Precautions: International Travelers Arriving At NYC Airports Concerned By Lack Of ScreeningsThe spread of the coronavirus is impacting travel around the world, well beyond China, as passengers are on alert.
City Council Goes After NYPD's DNA Database Of 32,000 New Yorkers, Its Secret 'Genetic Stop And Frisk' FilesThe NYPD is reviewing its DNA database after thousands of the samples were collected secretly and include people who are no longer considered suspects in violent crimes.
Black History Month: Meet Determined Linda Harrison, Head Of The Newark Museum Of ArtThe director and CEO of the Newark Museum of Art is part of a rare class. She is one of only a handful of African-American's leading a major art museum.
Fed Up Due To Rash Of Assaults, MTA Bus Drivers Gather To Say Enough Is EnoughAccording to officials, almost every week a bus driver is physically assaulted -- and the number of incidents is on the rise.
Black History Month: Iconic Abolitionist Used His TriBeCa Home As Part Of Underground RailroadPatrons shuffle in and out of the La Colombe coffee shop at the corner of Lispenard and Church streets, many without the slightest idea of the location's significance.
Coronavirus Update: More Than 2 Dozen People Quarantined In Westchester County As A PrecautionAccording to the Department of Health, 26 people recently returned to Westchester County from areas where the coronavirus is more prevalent.
Black History Month: The Rise, Decline And Rise Again Of Newark Symphony HallOver the years the City of Newark stopped investing in the historic institution, but all that has begun to change.
NYPD Searching For Suspects After Video Shows People Riding Motorized Bikes Onto F TrainThe three nonchalantly rode their bikes right onto an F train at the Rockefeller Center station headed to Queens.
Prosecutors: Father Moved Into Daughter's Dorm At Sarah Lawrence College, Preyed On StudentsOn Tuesday, federal prosecutors laid out a very disturbing case against Lawrence Ray, who was arrested earlier in the morning in Piscataway, N.J.
Black History Month: 'Namesakes' Photo Exhibit Pays Tribute To African American Success StoriesMany of our city parks and monuments honor African Americans who shaped the landscape of our culture. NYC's Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver talks about a photo exhibit paying tribute to their lives and accomplishments.