'He Asked Me Why He Can't Feel His Legs': 11-Year-Old Struck By Stray Bullet May Be Paralyzed From The Waist DownA Brooklyn boy is struggling to recover from a shooting that could leave him in a wheelchair for life.
Alabama Man Dies After Reported Fight In The Bronx, Person Of Interest SoughtAn Alabama man visiting the Bronx for a family function is dead after getting into a fight while trying to get some late-night pizza.
#JusticeForJunior: Bronx Community Honors Lesandro Guzman-FelizThis week marks the one year since the 15-year-old was attacked and murdered by a group of alleged gang members and killed outside a bodega.
New York Lawmakers Pass Legislation To Have State Intervene In Hempstead SchoolsThe bill, which passed unanimously, means there will be unprecedented monitoring, and a three-person panel will have veto power over superintendent selection and spending.
Bodega Worker Stabbed To Death In Upper Manhattan; Suspect At LargeThe 28-year-old worker, identified as Mohamed Nasser Awawdah, was fatally stabbed around 8 p.m. on Dyckman Street in the Inwood section.
Living Large: Mahwah's 'Castle Sitting On A Hill'A palatial New Jersey home boasts views of an iconic mountain range, and botanical garden-style landscaping.
Measles Outbreak: New York State Ends Religious Exemptions For VaccinationsGov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill yesterday that ended vaccination exemptions based on religious beliefs.
Living Large: 1800s Masterpiece In The Heart Of The VillageThe oldest remaining wood frame house in Greenwich Village is a standout, from it's history and design to the secrets it holds.
Commuter Alert: Most Of 14th Street Will Be Closed To Cars Most Of The Time Starting July 1It's part of the MTA's plan to increase bus service while repairs continue on the L train.
Off-Duty FDNY Firefighter Arrested After Disturbing Video Shows Cyclist Nearly Get Run OverOfficials said Brauley Delarosa, a 27-year-old off-duty firefighter, was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment
An Out-Of-This-World Vacation: NASA Opening International Space Station To Tourists, Commercial BusinessesIf you're looking for a new place to travel, the International Space Station is now welcoming visitors to space.
Manhattan Man Sues Construction Company, Local Stores Over Late Night Noise And WinsMost New Yorkers simply put up with living in a noisy city, Upper East Side resident Mike Edison is fed up with it.
MTA Announces Plans To Install Netting To Catch Falling Debris On The No. 7 Line In Woodside, QueensIf only the MTA could do something about the debris that keeps falling from the platforms, damaging cars. Following another incident, there might be a solution.
Living Large: Park Avenue's New Condo Offers Glamour, PrivacyIt's rare to find a new construction that captures the essence of a glamorous New York apartment, but a new build on a quintessential avenue does exactly that.
Nearly 12 Million Quest Diagnostics Patients May Have Had Info Exposed In Data BreachInformation that may have been exposed included "certain financial data, Social Security numbers, and medical information" of 11.9 million Quest patients.