Overnight Fire In Hell's Kitchen Sends 6 To HospitalThree firefighters and three residents all suffered minor injuries and were treated at local hospitals. 
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.
Police: Woman Fends Off Attempted Sex Assault Suspect In Hell's KitchenPolice said the suspect walked up behind the 23-year-old woman, put his hand over her mouth, shoved her to the ground and tried to grope her.
NYPD: Lloyd Revell Arrested In Hell's Kitchen Anti-Asian AttackRevell allegedly punched a 48-year-old Asian man several times, bit his hand, and yelled "Go back to your country!"
NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force Investigating Attack On 48-Year-Old Asian Man In Hell's KitchenThe incident happened just before 10 a.m. at the corner of 43rd Street and 11th Avenue and is being investigated as a possible bias assault.
Exclusive: Multi-Agency Group Sweeps Up 3 Homeless Encampments In Hell's Kitchen, Midtown WestThere are now three fewer homeless encampments in Manhattan. 
Caught On Video: Car Bursts Into Flames In Hell's KitchenPolice say the owner got into the car and smell smoke. Moments after she got out, it burst into flames.
De Blasio Suggest Possible Timetable For Return Of Homeless From Hotels To SheltersDozens of hotels in New York City are being used to house the homeless during the pandemic, but with a goal of reopening July 1, will those hotels be available to tourists?
New York City Council Passes Bill Mandating IRAs For Small Business WorkersEmployees will be automatically enrolled with 5% of their wages going into their retirement fund. They can adjust the amount or opt-out. Gig workers are allowed to opt-in, too.
NYPD: Woman Injured By Hit-And-Run Driver In Hell's KitchenInvestigators say they're searching for a black sedan that left the scene. 
Mayor Bill De Blasio Says City Will Stop Using Hotels As Homeless Shelters, 'A Little More Work' Needed Before Offering TimelineTuesday morning, Mayor Bill De Blasio conceded hotels do not make good shelters. He promised a return to higher capacity traditional shelters but without saying exactly when.