NYPD Searching For Suspects In Series Of Cellphone Store Robberies In QueensThe crime spree has been going on mostly in Queens for about a month, police said.
NYPD: Attack On Hasidic Jewish Man Under Investigation As Attempted Robbery, Not Hate CrimeAccording to police, no weapons were involved and the suspects did not say anything to the man before attacking.
Navigating Coronavirus: Citymeals On Wheels Says Food Is Going Fast And It Needs More Donations And VolunteersCitymeals on Wheels is kicking into high gear to make sure senior citizens isolated during the coronavirus pandemic don't go hungry.
Stew Leonard's In One Long Island Town Trying Halloween Drive-Thru Display To Keep People SafeHalloweens is looking a little different this year. With social distancing, parents and local leaders are trying to figure out safe and spooky ways to celebrate.
Caught On Video: Suspect In West Village Sex AssaultA 20-year-old woman was walking near Barrow and Greenwich streets when she was pushed from behind.
14-Year-Old Finds Mother Shot To Death By Stray Bullet That Crashed Through Bedroom WindowThe bullet entered a third floor window just before 1  a.m. Wednesday on 34th Avenue and 92nd Street in Jackson Heights.
FDNY Pulls Off Daring And Rare Dual-Rope Rescues At Washington Heights Building FireFirefighters made a daring rescue on Tuesday morning, saving more than a dozen people, including some who were seriously hurt.
New Jersey Sees Uptick In Confirmed Coronavirus Cases, Communities Preparing For Possible 2nd WaveSeveral cities are taking action to prepare for a 2nd wave of COVID-19. Soon, people around Paterson will see a mobile testing unit driving around.
Struggling Artists Hopeful City Council Will Allow Outdoor Performances In Public Spaces With Program Similar To 'Open Streets'Theaters have been dark since the spring, but the spotlight is on a new plan that could allow shows to move outdoors.
No Laughing Matter: Comedy Club Owners Annoyed They're Still Not Allowed To Reopen, Lawmakers Push 2 New BillsComedy club owners held a rally Tuesday, asking why they're still closed.
Caught On Video: Sanitation Workers Bust A Move In Keansburg, N.J.A trio of sanitation workers were caught on Kenneth Cook's home surveillance camera on Beacon Avenue getting their groove on.