Gun Violence Continues In New York City, But Officials Disagree On Root CauseFrom the Bronx to Brooklyn, Manhattan to Queens, and Staten Island, all five borough were far from free of gun violence over Independence Day weekend.
Restaurants Ready For July 4th Weekend Crowds With Social Distancing, Other Coronavirus Safety GuidelinesMany are steering clear of their usual travel plans this year and looking to stay closer to home due to COVID-19.
3-Story Building Collapse Sends People Scrambling For Cover In Brooklyn: 'It Was Crazy To See'One person suffered minor injuries, but neighbors breathed a sigh of relief knowing it could have been much worse.
'Mom! I'm Bleeding!'; 7-Year Old Struck By Stray Bullet, Mother Speaks Out As Dangerous Trend Continues In New York CityThere were 53 shootings in the city last week, up from 12 the same time last year.
Coronavirus Travel Advisory Goes Into Effect In N.Y., N.J., Conn.; Massive Fines Possible For Quarantine Non-ComplianceAs cases of coronavirus are rising daily across the country, Tri-State Area governors are not taking any chances.
New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor DiningRestaurants can begin outdoor dining Monday, and non-essential retail stores can allow customers inside.
New York City Officially Enters Phase 1 Of Reopening With Curbside Retail, Construction And ManufacturingPhase 1 is a return to retail for curbside pickups, along with construction and manufacturing.
Mayor Says 'This Is Not Acceptable And Must Stop' After Food Deliveryman Detained During CurfewThe NYPD says approximately 200 people were arrested Thursday, many continuing to march after the 8 p.m. curfew.
New York City 'Took A Step Forward' On Night 2 Of Curfew, Mayor SaysAs the sun went down, police blocked traffic below 96th Street for the first night of the 8 p.m. curfew – an effort to curb looting and violence that has broken out at nightfall.
New York City Spends Night Under Historic Curfew; Expected To Start Earlier TuesdayThe last curfew of this kind was imposed back in 1943 by then-mayor Fiorello La Guardia.
New York State Begins Easing Restrictions For Houses Of Worship As Gradual Reopening ContinuesTimothy Cardinal Dolan outlined preparations Thursday for the reopening of 288 churches, upon the approval of health and state officials.