NYC Officials Threaten To Shut Down Neighborhoods Experiencing COVID SpikesAn ultimatum from the Department of Health means if they don't see changes by Monday, schools and non-essential businesses could be forced to close down again.
CDC: Trick-Or-Treating, Costume Parties Considered High-Risk This HalloweenFor Halloween, many traditional activities have been deemed "higher-risk" and should be avoided.
New York City Schools Again Postpone Start Of In-Person Learning For Most StudentsThe city's blended learning model was supposed to start Sept. 10, but in-person classes were already pushed to Sept. 21.
Authorities Discover Bomb-Making Materials In Rubble Of Queens Home Destroyed By Fire Earlier TuesdayFirefighters were first called to the house at 24-09 19th St. in Astoria in the afternoon and within the rubble they found the makings of a homemade bomb.
9/11 Remembered: At National September 11 Memorial And Museum, Families Mark Solemn Day Despite Playback Of NamesThe images and sounds that mark this day always stir the soul, but this September 11, the upheaval caused by the coronavirus meant reconsidering of how September 11 was to be commemorated.
9/11 Remembered: 19 Years Later, Coronavirus Pandemic Makes Honoring Loved Ones Especially Challenging"This will be the first year my husband and I won't be going to the memorial," said Tracy Gazzani, who lost her son on 9/11.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Issues Executive Order Giving New Yorkers More Options For Voting In Presidential ElectionWith COVID-19, many voters want to avoid the lines and crowds at the polls.
Trump Administration Takes Action To Cut More Federal Funds To NYC, Affecting School, Subway CleaningsGov. Andrew Cuomo blasted the move, saying the president is "telling essential workers that he does not value their safety or sacrifices over the last six months."
President Trump Begins Process Of Defunding New York City, Gov. Cuomo Calls Move 'An Illegal Stunt'Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the president is no longer welcome in this town, saying, "Forget bodyguards, he better have an army if he thinks he's gonna walk down the street in New York."
NYPD Holds Second Annual Backpack Giveaway In QueensEach officer of the precinct donated a backpack to be given away for free.
Restaurant Owners In NYC Perplexed Eateries In New Jersey Will Soon Have Indoor Dining, But They Still CannotWith New Jersey restaurants getting ready for indoor dining, many New York City restaurant owners want to know why they can't do the same.
Democratic National Convention Kicks Off Virtually; Michelle Obama, Gov. Andrew Cuomo Offer Scathing Critiques Of Trump Presidency"We have got to vote for Joe Biden like our lives depend on it," Michelle Obama said.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Officials Say More Than 7,000 Power Lines Came Down In NYCThe wind from Tropical Storm Isaias caused widespread damage across the five boroughs.
Tropical Storm Isaias Brings Down Trees, Scaffolding & Transformers In Westchester CountyWestchester County also saw its share of serious damage from Tropical Storm Isaias.
Facing Fears About COVID In Schools, Some Parents Consider Bringing Teachers To Students With 'Pod Learning'Some education experts say so-called "microschools" could change the way we teach in the future.