Gov. Kathy Hochul: State Police To Be Sent To New York City To Help NYPD Combat Gun ViolenceIt was surveillance video of an 11-month-old caught in the crossfire of a Bronx gun battle that caused Mayor Eric Adams to admit he can't do it alone
Search Continues For Gunman After 11-Month-Old Shot By Stray Bullet In BronxThe little girl turns 1 Friday. Instead of being home, she's in a hospital in critical but stable condition.
Mayor Adams Vows Crackdown On Drivers And Cyclists Who Fail To Yield For Pedestrians: 'Stop, Let Them Cross'In the 10 years since the Vision Zero initiative began, 2021 was the deadliest year for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. On Wednesday, the Mayor Eric Adams announced a plan to change that.
As NYC, Teachers Union Discuss Remote Option, Mayor Adams Reiterates 'Our Schools Are Going To Remain Open'Mayor Eric Adams stressed in-person learning will continue no matter what.
NYPD Officer Released From Hospital After Being Shot In The BronxIt happened near Lorillard Place and Third Avenue in the Belmont section.
Mayor Adams Says Reducing Crime In New York City A Priority At Martin Luther King Jr. Day CelebrationThe senseless killing of a 19-year-old Burger King cashier was heavy on Adams' mind as he observed his first Martin Luther King Jr. Day in office with a vow to fix things in the civil rights leader's name.
Sen. Gillibrand, Rep. Torres Propose Federal Heat Sensor Requirement In Wake Of Deadly Bronx High-Rise FireWi-Fi enabled heat sensors provide real-time monitoring of the temperature inside a unit. If it's colder than the legal limit, they can keep tabs on that, too.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Mayor Eric Adams Back Bills Providing More Funding To Improve Maternal MortalityThe rate of pregnancy-related deaths is especially high among Black women.
Mayor Adams Says NYC Schools Will Stay Open While Officials Negotiate Temporary Remote Learning PlanCity officials are negotiating a temporary return to remote learning for tens of thousands of students who aren’t showing up for class.
Bronx High-Rise Fire: Local Officials Introduce Federal Safety Regulations In Wake Of Deadly BlazeThe regulations will address what are considered the root causes of the fire: Space heaters, self-closing doors and compliance with fire codes.
New York City Renters Call For Eviction Moratorium Extension As Local Officials Ask Biden Administration For More FundingProtesters in Manhattan called on Gov. Kathy Hochul to provide tenant protections and extend the state's eviction moratorium, which is due to expire Saturday.
New York City Schools Considering Temporary Remote Learning Option, Mayor Eric Adams SaysAdams once again reiterated schools remain the safest place for students, but acknowledged some families have concerns.
Rikers Island Detainees Refusing Institutional Food To Protest Jail ConditionsWhile the Department of Correction said the detainees' actions are not considered a hunger strike, it’s how Mayor Eric Adams explained it when asked about how DOC commissioner Louis Molina is responding.
New York Leaders Ask Feds To Send Unused Emergency Rental Assistance Funds ASAP To Fend Off Eviction MoratoriumWith the state's eviction moratorium expiring on Saturday, the fate of hundreds of thousands tenants hang in the balance.
Muslim Community, Elected Leaders Rallying In Support Of Bronx Apartment Building Fire VictimsAs more details of the horrific fire come out, it is clear that one community has been especially impacted. Most of the victims are from the West African nation of The Gambia.