Each Of Us Can Make A Difference: Man Doing Everything He Can To Help Beautify Part Of ManhattanTrash often litters city streets, but in one Manhattan neighborhood there's a man who has put out his own money and time for the past three years to beautify his surroundings.
Dining Pods So Close To Traffic In New York City Cause Concerns About Safely Eating OutsideOutdoor dining pods from Forest Hills to Brooklyn have increased business for restaurants, but they also come with some safety concerns after multiple accidents involving cars and diners.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Communities Come Together To Support Latino-Owned Businesses Struggling To Keep Up In PandemicFinancial experts project half of Hispanic and Black-owned businesses in the U.S. will close before the pandemic is over.
3 Firefighters Hurt Battling Lower East Side BlazeFlames broke out shortly after midnight on Grand Street between Eldridge and Allen on the Lower East Side.
FDNY Rescues 2 Workers Trapped On Upper West Side ScaffoldingThere was a heroic rescue on the Upper West Side on Tuesday afternoon, after a man and a woman got trapped on a window ledge when their scaffolding collapsed 10 stories up.
19-Year-Old Shot Overnight In Manhattan's East VillagePolice said the victim was walking when he heard shots and then felt pain.
NYPD: Man Recovering After Being Stabbed Outside Midtown Hotel By Suspects Who Stole Designer Wallet, Bag Worth $5,900An argument escalated to a point when the two suspects stole the victim's designer bag and wallet, then stabbed him, according to the NYPD.
Transfer Of Homeless Families From Midtown Hotel To Make Room For Men Who Left The Lucerne Temporarily HaltedThe city has just paused the relocation of homeless families living in a Midtown hotel after abruptly telling them they had to move to make way for a group of homeless men.
'It Has Become A Ghost Town': Broadway Storefront Vacancies Up More Than 75% Since 2017A new survey of vacancies along the 244 blocks of Broadway found 335 street-level vacant storefronts, compared to 188 in 2017.
Local Artists Rally In Times Square For Coronavirus Relief From Congress: 'It's Just Not Enough'The group says the arts community is a big part of the American economy and without it, the country will struggle to recover.
Investigation Underway After Body Pulled From Central Park PondThe FDNY responded to reports of a possible drowning victim around 12:30 p.m. Monday.
Police Sources: Person Seen Driving Into Black Lives Matter Protesters In Times Square Questioned, Released Without ChargesCellphone video captured a black car with tinted windows driving through the crowd before speeding off.
Police: Suspect Wanted In Anti-Asian Attack Against Man And Woman In ManhattanThe incident happened just before 8:30 p.m. Wednesday on Broadway near East 20th Street in the Flatiron District.
NYC Shootings: 2 Men Killed In Separate Incidents Overnight In ManhattanMore gun violence overnight on the streets of New York City.
Caught On Video: Trio Suspected In Washington Heights Robbery SpreePolice believe the suspects were behind a total of nine robberies between Aug. 22 and Aug. 31.