COVID Impact: Doctors Say Some People Are So Scarred By The Pandemic They Now Have A Legit Fear Of Going OutIt seems almost daily there are signs of life getting back to normal, even with new loosened mask-wearing recommendations.
Times Square Shooting: Florida Judge Orders Suspect Farrakhan Muhammad Held Without BailThe man accused in last weekend's Times Square shooting that wounded three people, including a child, appeared in a Florida courtroom on Thursday.
Tri-State Area Residents With Loved Ones In The Middle East Terrified As Violence Continues To EscalateWith their hands tied here, many feel their voices of protest are all they have to help end the violence.
AIDS Walk: Medical Experts Concerned About Long-Term Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic On Battle Against HIV/AIDSThe world's focus on fighting the coronavirus pandemic may have derailed progress in the battle to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
'Until They're Diagnosed, There's Not A Lot That Helps Them': Young Woman Suffering From Narcolepsy Finds Help At Cohen Children's Medical CenterIt can start as young as 7 but is often not diagnosed correctly until sufferers are in their 20s. It affects about 1 in 2,000 people.
Big Day For Bird Watchers In Central Park: Extremely Rare Cerulean Warbler SpottedSunday's nice weather wasn't the only reason people were flocking to Central Park. A rare bird was spotted.
New York City Schools Chancellor Calls On State To End Specialized High Schools Admissions TestThe results show the percentage of Black and Latino students receiving offers is down again. Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter is calling on the state to eliminate the test.
Finch Owners Say Birds Can Be A Big Source Of Money In Singing Races, Leading To Illegal SmugglingSome champion finches native to the Caribbean can be valued up to $10,000. The greed has led to illegal smuggling.
SUV Crashes Into Manhattan Deli Following Collision With Second Vehicle; 6 People InjuredA normally busy intersection at West 135th Street and Broadway became chaotic Sunday when a grey SUV and a white SUV collided.
COVID Vaccine In New York: With Thousands Of Appointments Now Available, Some Local Leaders Voice Concerns About Vaccine HesitancyThe challenge to secure appointments is apparently easing up as thousands of spots become available.
12-Year-Old Shot In Brooklyn Remains Hospitalized, Police Searching For GunmanThe boy remains hospitalized after he was shot while walking down a street in Bedford-Stuyvesant just before 10 p.m. Saturday.
New Jersey Assemblyman Proposes Mobile COVID-19 Testing And Vaccination Sites To Help Boost Business At The ShoreTourism took a big hit last summer at places like Seaside Park. But a New Jersey Assembly member is hoping mobile COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites will get things rolling again.
Only On 2: Hundreds Of NYCHA Apartments Undergoing Renovations To Change Stigma Of Affordable HousingMany public housing tenants have been plagued by rundown kitchens and bathrooms, mold, broken light fixtures, old flooring and peeling paint on ceilings and walls.
COVID Vaccine: 1,000 Johnson & Johnson Shots Allocated For New York City Bodega Owners And WorkersWorkers who register will be vaccinated in mid-April.
Education Advocacy Group Finds Over 100 NYC Public Schools Sharing Buildings With Charter Schools Were Shortchanged Millions In FundingBy state law, every time a charter school receives funding to renovate, public schools sharing the building are supposed to receive matching funding to make their own upgrades.