Brooklyn Woman Wounded When Stray Bullet Smashes Through Kitchen WindowThe 57-year-old victim told investigators she was standing inside her apartment when she heard gunshots, looked down and realized she had been hit.
Forgotten Families: Elizabeth May Join Newark's Lawsuit Against NYC Over SOTA ProgramThe mayor of Elizabeth said he’s strongly considering it after nearly 50 homeless families were relocated there.
Police: Man Wanted For Robbing Women At Lower Manhattan Subway StationPolice said it marked the second time in a little over a month the man captured on video robbed a young woman at different entryways of the same station.
Rockefeller Center Street Closures Start For Holiday Foot TrafficThe controversial plan was designed to make it easier for those who want to pay a visit to the famous Christmas tree.
Will Balloons Fly For Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade? They'll Decide Thursday MorningThe floats and bands will march in the 93rd annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, but will the balloons fly?
New York City Approves Ban On Sale Of Flavored E-CigarettesSupporters of the ban say the flavors target kids, but adult users worry they will return to traditional tobacco.
Most NY Waterway Service Restored After Ferries Suspended Due To Safety InspectionsThe Coast Guard inspected the company’s fleet of 32 vessels last week and found 23 to be “operationally unfit.”
No One Injured In LIRR Train Derailment, Cause Remains Under InvestigationA piece of broken rail was found at the Jamaica station, but it's not clear if it had anything to do with the derailment.
Man Slashed, Teens Stabbed, Conductor Slapped: Rash Of Violent Subway Crimes Leaves Riders On EdgeThe latest happened last night at the 181st Street subway station in Washington Heights. Police said a 39-year-old man was slashed in the face and neck after he accidentally bumped into another man.
Bail Reform: Law Enforcement Officials Voice Concerns Over New York's Criminal Justice ChangesStarting January 1, the state will eliminate cash bail and pretrial detention for most low-level offenses. Meaning, some accused criminals will be released on their signature.
Meeting Between Syracuse University, Student Protesters Ends In Stalemate As Anger Over Racist Incidents On Campus GrowsAt least nine racially charged or anti-Semitic incidents have been reported at the university this month.