NYCHA Chair Grilled Over Lapse In Lead Paint InspectionsShola Olatoye was on the hot seat Tuesday, facing questions from the City Council about the agency’s failure to properly inspect for lead paint in public housing.
De Blasio Praises Neighborhood Policing As NYC Crime Rates Near Record LowsMayor Bill de Blasio and his police commissioner touted a historic drop in crime at their monthly statistics brief Monday.
U.S. Postal Service Kicks Off 105th Annual ‘Operation Santa’The United States Postal Service is kicking off it’s 105th annual “Operation Santa” event, and they're looking for some elves to help make children's holiday wishes come true.
Think Tank Proposes End To 24-Hour Subway Service To Speed RepairsThe Regional Plan Association's fourth regional plan says that ending overnight weekday subway service and offering shuttle buses instead would help fast track repairs in the aging transportation system.
Pleasantville Woman Claims Ex-Husband Is Trying To Radicalize Their 11-Year-Old SonA mother is fighting for sole custody of her 11-year-old son, claiming that her ex-husband is radicalizing the boy.
New York AG: Brooklyn Hospital Improperly Billed Victims For Rape KitsDozens of sexual assault survivors were improperly billed for their rape exams by a New York City hospital, according to New York's attorney general.
Stringer: MTA Bus Service Is New York’s ‘Other Transit Crisis’Commuters frustrated by slow subway service won't have much luck above ground.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Marches Through Manhattan Amid Tight SecurityThe Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade featured balloons, bands, stars and heavy security in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.
CUNY Instructor Calls For Removal Of Columbus, Teddy Roosevelt StatuesA public hearing was held in Manhattan to give New Yorkers a chance to weigh-in on the statue removal debate.
De Blasio: No Plan To Remove NYCHA Leadership Despite Lapse In Lead Paint InspectionsHe said a second round of inspections is underway at affected apartments and should be completed next month.
1010 WINS Exclusive: Parking Ticket Blunder Costs NYC $26 MillionThe city has dismissed or issued refunds for hundreds of thousands of parking tickets due to an error in how a violation code was printed.
NYPD Deploying Heavily-Armed Anti-Terror Squads to Major Sports, Concert VenuesThe NYPD will be rolling out additional security around Madison Square Garden and Brooklyn's Barclays Center as the holidays approach.
MTA Replacing 'Ladies And Gentlemen' With Gender-Neutral AnnouncementsIn lieu of "ladies and gentlemen," the agency will be moving to gender-neutral phrasing like "passengers," "riders" and "everyone."
'Breakfast At Tiffany's' Is Now A Real Thing: Tiffany & Co. Opens Cafe At Flagship 5th Avenue StoreOn Friday, Tiffany & Co. opened a new restaurant -- The Blue Box Cafe -- at its flagship store on Fifth Avenue. Along with breakfast, customers can have lunch or afternoon tea at Tiffany's.
New York FBI Chief Talks Adjusting To New Terror TacticsNew York FBI Chief William Sweeney said law enforcement is adjusting to counter the new terror paradigm, such as what was seen on Halloween along the West Side bike path.