New York City Agencies, Residents Faced With Sweltering Sunday, First Heat Wave Of The YearThe heat was brutal in New York City, and residents and city agencies were ready for it.
State Beaches Reach Capacity Early As Tri-State Temperatures SoarEven though many beaches and pools are offering extended hours, limited capacity rules remain in place due to the coronavirus.
Dozens Gather To Mark 6 Years Since Chokehold Death Of Eric Garner On Staten IslandGarner was arrested for allegedly selling loose cigarettes on July 17, 2014.
Funeral Held Wednesday For Basketball Star Brandon Hendricks Killed In Bronx ShootingThe 17-year-old was a standout point guard in the Bronx with a big heart and infectious energy.
'Without Action By Senate, We Don't Have Path Forward Without Cuts That Will Devastate System': MTA Chairman Pat Foye Discusses Need For Federal ReliefStrong rebuke from riders is why advocates are pleading for the Senate to act now, as senators prepare to debate the next coronavirus relief package.
New York City Child Care Centers Reopen, But Some Parents Seem Reluctant To ReturnIf a child tests positive for coronavirus, everyone in that classroom will be notified and asked to quarantine for two weeks.
50-Year-Old Father Of 4 Struck By Car, Killed In Borough ParkFriends said Jose Barrera was a family man, who was especially close with his 6-year-old daughter.
Tropical Storm Fay Brings Heavy Rain And Flooding To Parts Of New JerseyTropical Storm Fay slammed New Jersey with high winds and unpredictable downpours.
Phase 3 Begins In NYC; Salons, Dog Parks, Basketball Courts Among Those To Reopen, Indoor Dining Not AllowedIt will be another step toward normal life. People will finally be able to get their mani-pedi when salons open up.
Mayor De Blasio Says Budget Deal Reallocates $1 Billion From NYPD To Youth And Community ServicesThe City Council and protesters want to shift how the city fights crime by focusing on prevention over punishment.
17-Year-Old Basketball Star Brandon Hendricks Shot To Death In The Bronx Just Days After Graduating High SchoolNYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan said the city hasn’t seen an uptick like this in 20 years.
Timothy Cardinal Dolan Holds First Public Mass At St. Patrick's Cathedral Since MarchIn a time of great turmoil, the fabled church provided families with comfort and peace.
Multiple Weekend Shootings Continue Citywide Spike In Gun ViolenceCommissioner Dermot Shea says the amount of people shot so far this year has jumped 42% compared to the same period last year.
Experts Warn Coronavirus Cases Could Spike In Tri-State As Virus Surges In Parts Of U.S.While residents in some other parts of the country are being told to stay home due to surging coronavirus cases, people in the tri-state area are still gathering outside restaurants and bars without any worries.
'It's A Terrible Emotional Impact On People': COVID-19 Pushes New York's Legal System To Its LimitsThe coronavirus pandemic has impacted every part of New York City's legal system and it has affected people all over the city emotionally.