COVID Restrictions: New York City Restaurants Can Increase Capacity, New Jersey Raises Gathering LimitsIt's the next step as businesses prepare for May 19, when New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will lift most capacity restrictions altogether.
Police Open Fire After Pulling Over Suspected Car Thief On West Side HighwayInvestigators said the situation began around midnight when a Toyota Camry was stolen by force at West 31st Street and Broadway.
'I Will Miss His Hugs... Lord, You Have My Angel Now': Grieving Widow Speaks At Funeral For Det. Anastasios TsakosThere was a sea of blue outside Saint Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Church, silently embracing the fallen officer's family. Inside, there was even more support.
New York City Workers Back In Office Monday, Despite Push To Delay ReturnThe mayor said at last county, 180,000 city employees have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and city offices have undergone a $200 million upgrade.
Food Delivery Worker Xing Lin Killed When Mercedes Crashes Into Multiple Vehicles And Outdoor Dining Structure In AstoriaPolice say road rage may have been a factor.
Jersey City Public Schools Welcome Back Younger Students After 14-Month ShutdownThe move comes after the district went back and forth on the decision, frustrating parents and local leaders. 
Jessica Beauvais Held Without Bail In Death Of NYPD Officer Anastasio Tsakos: 'I'm Sorry That I Hit Him'The Hempstead woman faces several charges, including second-degree aggravated manslaughter and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
NYPD Officer Anastasios Tsakos Killed Directing Traffic On Long Island Expressway, Driver Charged With DWIPolice say the driver who killed the 14-year veteran was intoxicated and had a suspended license.
NYPD Investigating Dozens Of Shootings Following Violent, Deadly Weekend; City Leaders Searching For SolutionsPolice said there were nearly 30 separate shootings over what was a violent and deadly weekend in New York City.
MTA At Odds With NYPD Over Response To Subway Crime As More People Return To Public TransitMTA officials say since ridership has declined during the pandemic, crimes-per-rider have gone up and felony assaults spiked in March, as well.
Demonstrators Relieved, But Remain Committed After Derek Chauvin Verdict: 'A Victory Won For And By The People'New Yorkers took to the streets Tuesday after Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the death of George Floyd.