FDNY, NYPD Renew Rivalry At Fun City Bowl At MetLife StadiumNew York's Bravest and Finest squared off on the gridiron Sunday, continuing an annual tradition.
Large Water Main Break Soaks Streets In Boerum HillIt happened at 10:19 a.m. at St. Marks Avenue and 4th Avenue. 
Woman With Down Syndrome Given Hero's Sendoff At Staten Island University Hospital After Beating COVIDA young woman who has battled the odds throughout her life most recently beat COVID-19. On Tuesday, she got a surprise from the doctors and nurses who helped save her life.
Memorial Day Tradition Returns In-Person At Intrepid Museum: 'The Moment We've Been Waiting For'Last year's ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum was virtual. This year, veterans and their families said they were so glad to be there in person.
Fed Up With Roaring Engines And Drag Racing On NYC Streets, 3 Lawmakers Propose Stiffer Punishments For OffendersOver the last year, there've been nearly 3,000 drag racing complaint calls made to 311. That's five times the number of calls made the year before. 
Elevator Outage In Mount Vernon Building Has Left Some Seniors Trapped In Their Homes For 5 WeeksForget about the gym: Surrano Morgan and his wife get quite the workout just coming home with groceries.
Brooklyn DA Teaming Up With Local Clergy With Eyes On Putting An End To Recent Rash Of Gun ViolenceThere have been nearly 200 shootings in Brooklyn so far this year, more than any other borough.
Parents, Teachers Concerned About Returning To Classrooms In Fall Without Remote Learning OptionJust more than 50% of teachers are vaccinated and not all students may qualify by the start of the new school year, leaving some parents on the fence about the return.
NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force Searching For Suspects Behind 2 Alleged Anti-Semitic Attacks In Borough ParkThe first incident happened at a Brooklyn synagogue on 16th Avenue in Borough Park at around 8 p.m. on Saturday.
Some Doctors Encourage Those Suffering From Anxiety, Stress To Embrace The Power Of Poetry"When they image the brain when people are listening to poetry, they see changes in the reward circuitry," psychiatrist Dr. Norman Rosenthal said.
15-Year-Old Boy Killed In Brooklyn House FireThe fire marshal is still investigating the cause of the fire.
Police Stepping Up Patrols, Technology After Normally Safe Paterson, N.J. Park Becomes Scene Of ViolenceA rise in crime in one of Paterson's premier parks has authorities taking action. The latest incident happened just this week as two teenagers were shot.
New York State To Adopt New CDC Guidelines For Vaccinated People Starting This Wednesday, Cuomo SaysMasks will still be required for everyone in certain settings, like schools, nursing homes and public transportation.
As New York City Gears Up To Reopen, Some Communities Are Still Struggling And Say They're Not ReadyAs the city rebounds from the COVID pandemic, Manhattan's streets bustling on the road to recovery, a stressful struggle to survive goes on in Corona, Queens.
Confused About COVID-19 Mask Guidance? Here's The Current State Of Play In New York CityWith many restrictions loosening up, there has been some confusion over mask guidelines.