Suspect In Custody After Allegedly Punching Woman In Face During Central Park RobberyMonday, police announced the arrest of Gerardo Rosario Cruz, 53. They say he's homeless.
Caught On Camera: Man Punches Woman In Face After Stealing Phone In Central ParkSurveillance video shows a man walk up to a woman who is sitting on a bench and try to take her phone out of her hand.
In-Person Races Resume In NYC With New York Mini 10KAfter a year of virtual races, participants were thrilled to be back.
New York City Planning Huge Concert In Central Park This AugustMayor Bill de Blasio is recruiting music industry legend Clive Davis to organize the event and recruit the performers - none of whom are yet confirmed.
Amy Cooper Sues Former Company Over Firing After 911 Call Against Black Man In Central ParkCooper was fired from her job as a portfolio manager at Franklin Templeton after video of the incident went viral last May.
Snapshot NY: Central Park An International Destination For Birds, And Bird WatchersYou might not associate New York City with wildlife, but it's a travel destination for bird watchers from all over the world, especially this month, during migrations.
See It: NYPD Officers Rescue Ducklings, Lead Mama Duck And Family Back To Central ParkTwo NYPD officers rescued the dozen ducklings, who had wandered to Lexington Avenue on the Upper East Side Sunday morning.
NYPD: Andrew Thornton Arrested After Allegedly Robbing People At Gunpoint In Central ParkPolice say he first struck on April 30, and then again Tuesday.
Big Day For Bird Watchers In Central Park: Extremely Rare Cerulean Warbler SpottedSunday's nice weather wasn't the only reason people were flocking to Central Park. A rare bird was spotted.
Police: Protesters Throw Red Paint On Central Park Statues, Deface Property In MidtownThey have allegedly spray-painted the back of a bus with black paint and defaced the outside of a restaurant.
Women's History Month Observed In Central ParkA ceremony was held at the Women's Rights Pioneers Monument, which was unveiled in August 2020.
Beloved NYC Tradition Shakespeare In The Park Sets Its Comeback For Summer 2021Organizers are waiting for new health guidelines to know how many people can fill the audience, and for safety reasons, those long lines for free tickets, a hallmark of the experience, may have to temporarily disappear.
Climate Change Likely Lowering Chances Of More Snowy Owl Sightings In Central Park, LIU Professor SaysA rare snowy owl in Central Park brought delight to hundreds this year. But climate change could mean even fewer encounters with the elusive creatures.
NYC Changes Course, Now Says Central Park Ice Rinks Will Remain Open Until The End Of The SeasonThe city has made an about-face and will allow them to stay open for the rest of the season.
Central Park Ice Skating Rinks Close Sunday As NYC Severs Ties With Trump OrganizationThe de Blasio Administration announced it would cut ties with Trump after the Capitol riot, terminating leases on Feb. 26.