City Council Holds Hearing On NYCHA Heating BreakdownsThe hearing follows weeks of NYCHA boilers breaking down or struggling to produce heat and hot water during frigid temperatures.
Key Witness Begins Testimony At Trial Of Former Cuomo AideTodd Howe began his testimony Monday morning as prosecutors try to prove 48-year-old Joseph Percoco accepted over $300,000 in bribes from three businessmen.
2 Arrested, 1 At Large In Alleged Gun-Smuggling RingFederal prosecutors say Maquan Moore and his alleged accomplices bought weapons in Florida, illegally smuggling them across state lines into New York.
Healthcare Workers Demand Transit Upgrades, Back Congestion PricingNew York City's transit problems have been well documented, but a particular group of people seems to be bearing the brunt more than others.
Cuomo: System Fix Could Be Funded By Tax On Property Near Subway StationsIf you live or own a business near a subway station, you could be looking at a tax hike.
'Long Island FAILroad' Facebook Page Gives Frustrated Commuters Online OutletMembers of the Long Island FAILroad Facebook group commiserated at a Penn Station bar one night during rush hour and banded together to take their gripes about train service to social media.
Police Identify Suspect Wanted In Midtown Triple ShootingPolice have identified a suspect in a drug-related shooting that left three people injured near Herald Square over the weekend.
Jury Selection Begins In Corruption Trial Of Former Cuomo AideJoseph Percoco is accused of using his relationship with Cuomo to collect more than $300,000 in bribes from two companies doing business with the state.
Neighbors Say They Weren't Properly Notified Of New Homeless Shelter On West 58thA new shelter is set to open on West 58th Street in Midtown, and neighbors said they did not receive proper notification.
De Blasio: NYC Financed Record Number Of Affordable Apartments Last YearNew York City created or preserved over 24,500 affordable homes last year, breaking a record for the nation's biggest city, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.
Acting Bonanno Crime Family Boss, Others With Colorful Nicknames, Face Racketeering ChargesNew federal charges name the acting boss and others in the Bonanno crime family in a sweeping racketeering enterprise, according to federal prosecutors.