Road To Reopening: New Yorkers Eagerly Line Up Outside Malls And CasinosNew York City malls are opening at 50% capacity, and New York State casinos at 25% -- under the condition they have enhanced air filtration systems in place.
Schools: The New Normal | NYC Releases Ventilation Results, Announces Free Child Care For Remote Learning DaysNew York City teachers returned to school Tuesday, but hundreds were instructed to stay home because their classrooms still need ventilation repairs.
Several People Shot, Including 7-Year-Old Boy, As Crowd Gathers To Celebrate J'Ouvert In BrooklynThe shooting came as pre-dawn celebrations were underway for the West Indian Day Parade, which is supposed to be virtual this year.
First Responders Fighting To Keep Their Jobs As New York City Threatens Potential LayoffsThey were on the frontlines against COVID-19, but now they're fighting to keep their jobs.
Paramus School District Pushes Start Of In-Person Classes Into NovemberStudents were supposed to go back to the classroom Thursday, but instead will start virtual learning.
NYC Public Schools Postpone In-Person Learning Until Sept. 21Schools had originally been set to reopen on Sept. 10.
No More Free Rides: MTA Buses Start Collecting Fares Again MondayThis comes as concerns loom over the future of the MTA and what the agency calls its worst financial crisis in history.
New Yorkers Descend On Nation's Capital With Renewed Calls For Racial Justice On Anniversary Of March On WashingtonThe Get Your Knee Off Our Necks rally is focused on police brutality, racial injustice and voter protection.
New York Fans React To Historic Sports Boycott: 'They Got The Biggest Platform, So Why Not?'The NBA playoffs were on hold before the players voted to resume the season, while athletes in the Tri-State Area also stood in solidarity.
Mayor: Possible Microburst Hit Franklin Lakes, N.J. During Tuesday's StormParts of the Tri-State Area are cleaning up following Tuesday night's violent weather.
NYPD Shifting Officers' Schedules Following Another Violent Weekend; Commissioner Shea: 'All Hands On Deck'Two-thirds of uniformed officers below the rank of sergeant will shift to Sunday through Thursday or Tuesday through Saturday.
At Least 11 Shot, 3 Killed On Another Violent Night In New York CityAs of this week, shootings are up 82 percent in the city, compared to the same time in 2019. Gun arrests are down 8 percent.
9 More People Shot Across New York City As Spike In Gun Violence ContinuesPolice say nine people were shot in five separate incidents across Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan. It all happened within a matter of hours.
'Day Of Action' Draws Attention To Recent Changes At The U.S. Postal ServiceMany are blaming new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and President Donald Trump, who they say wants to compromise mail-in voting for the November election.
Police Investigate Shootings In Brooklyn, Manhattan As Weekend Gun Violence Continues Into WorkweekWeekend gun violence spilled into the workweek Monday when four men were shot in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn.