Brooklyn Plans To Roll Out Mobile Shower Service For The HomelessIn a new plan to tackle the homelessness problem in New York, a mobile shower service is coming to Brooklyn to help people living on the streets get clean.
Bronx Senator Accused Of Harassment Says Investigation UnderwaySen. Jeff Klein, a Bronx Democrat, said Tuesday in Albany that he had been told by his lawyers that the Joint Commission on Public Ethics is investigating Erica Vladimer's accusations.
Parks Department Patrol Officers Train To Make Ice Rescues“Don’t risk your life for a selfie on the ice” – that is the message the New York City Commissioner of Parks and Recreation shared Tuesday at an ice rescue training session.
Andy Byford Starts First Day On The Job As New York City Transit ChiefThe city's new transit boss started his first day on the job by riding the subway Tuesday.
Trump Disputes Reports Of 'S***hole Countries' Comment: 'This Was Not The Language Used'The president tweeted Friday amid uproar over his reported comments during a White House meeting Thursday while referring to immigrants from Africa, the Caribbean and Central America.
Members Of NYC's Haitian Community Call Trump's Reported Comments 'Offensive,' 'Ignorant'New Yorkers are expressing outrage over President Donald Trump's reported vulgar remarks about immigrants from African countries and Haiti.
Former Transportation Secretary To Investigate JFK Airport MessHundreds of bags remain unclaimed a week after a snowstorm created days of chaos at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Fast Food Justice Becomes Official Nonprofit, Fights For Workers' RightsA group that helped fast food workers secure a $15 per hour wage is now fighting for workers’ rights.
Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump Decision To End DACA ProgramU.S. District Judge William Alsup granted a request by California and other plaintiffs to prevent the president from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program while their lawsuits play out in court.
Sanitation Department: 2,200 Trucks Out Collecting Trash Piles After Last Week's SnowstormIn a tweet, the department says trucks are out collecting trash, recycling and organics citywide while limited snow operations are still underway.
'It's Grungy And It's Dirty And It Stinks:' Trash Piles Up After Last Week's Winter StormMonday's trash sat on the curb, adding to mounds of bombogenesis snow and even more garbage dating back to the holidays.
Fire Breaks Out On Roof Of Trump Tower In MidtownThe FDNY says the fire broke out on the roof just before 7 a.m. Monday.
Bitter Cold Follows Massive Winter StormA wind chill advisory remains in effect until Saturday morning.
Drivers Warned Of 'Dangerous Whiteout Conditions' On Long IslandBoth Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island were under a blizzard warning Thursday.
NY Gov. Cuomo Outlines Agenda For 2018 In State Of The State AddressNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his state of the state address Wednesday during the first day of the legislative session.