COVID-19 Delta Variant Spreading In NYC; City Officials Urge Residents To Get Vaccinated: 'We Need To Take This Seriously'Experts say the vaccines appear to be effective against the Delta variant.
New York City Overtakes Los Angeles To Top List Of Worst Traffic In The Country, Survey SaysExperts say if you think things are worse on the road, you're not imagining it. They are.
MLB & New York Mets Team Up With Queens Church To Sponsor 'Play Ball' Event For KidsFormer Mets pitching ace Dwight "Doc" Gooden says he wants to help kids develop purpose and success.
'Springsteen On Broadway,' Sophisticated Off-Broadway Experiences Kick Off Summer Of Theater In New York CityAlong with "Springsteen on Broadway," there are other productions new this week -- elaborate ones designed to knock audiences' socks off.
Mayor Baraka Outlines 5-Year Plan To Stimulate Newark's Post-Pandemic Economic RecoveryThe latest plan to boost the economy in the city of Newark taps into millions of dollars from President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
NYPD Introducing New Crisis Response Training To De-Escalate Situations Where Suspect Does Not Have A GunNYPD leaders say with ICAT, they're training officers not on any individual skill but for a specific positive outcome.
#TogetherInPride: Las Vegas Raiders Defensive Lineman Carl Nassib Comes Out As GayNassib is the first openly gay NFL athlete playing in a regular season. Other NFL players came out as gay after they retired.
NYC Mayoral Candidates React As Kathryn Garcia, Andrew Yang Make Joint Campaign StopsThey're not only making joint campaign speeches and campaign stops but also sending out joint campaign literature.
While Celebrations Mark Juneteenth Holiday, Historians Also Urge Reflection, Education On Equity In SocietyNow, we are encouraged to take a deep dive into history and put a spotlight on unsung heroes.
Residents Of Upper West Side High-Rise Step Up To Help Doorman Who Lost Everything In Apartment FireKwame Kissi, his wife, an adult daughter and teenaged son lost everything in the June 4 fire.
Lin-Manuel Miranda Addresses 'In The Heights' Movie Colorism CriticismCreator Lin-Manuel Miranda is now addressing criticism about the lack of dark skinned Afro-Latino actors in the movie.
#TogetherInPride: Community Fighting To Make Sure LGBTQ+ Bars Survive COVID PandemicSecurity gates are down with lights off at some New York City bars, including ones for the LGBTQ+ community.
New Exhibit At The Museum Of The City Of New York Highlights NYC's '80s Music SceneIn this time period, artists flocked to to New York City, and different influences cross-pollinated in the music.
Communities Across Tri-State Area Rally To Take A Stand Against Gun Violence: 'We Are Getting Ahead Of The Violence This Summer'The NYPD says shootings are up by 69% in New York City with 588 incidents so far this year compared to 347 for the same period last year.
City Leaders Make Surprise Visit To Hell's Kitchen To Discuss Homelessness, CrimeSo far this year, in the Midtown South precinct, there have been 174 assaults compared to 53 for the same period last year, a 228% increase.