New York City To Hold July 7 'Hometown Heroes' Ticker Tape Parade For Health Care Workers, First Responders, Essential WorkersLast year, New Yorkers applauded from their windows to celebrate essential workers. This year, on July 7, they can celebrate in person.
Pride Month: NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project 'Making An Invisible History Visible'In buildings grand and non-descript, locations famous and private, there is rich LGBTQ history in just about every corner of New York City.
Long Island Man's Bitcoin In Limbo As Hackers Target Cryptocurrency ExchangesAs the interest in cryptocurrency continues to climb, the safety and security of investment apps are being called into question.
25-Year-Old Brooklyn Man Killed In Shooting Outside Hotel In ChelseaPolice said a 25-year-old man from Brooklyn was shot during a dispute shortly after midnight.
Justin Wallace Shooting Death Suspect Jovan Young Faces Judge At ArraignmentPolice say they knew exactly who they were looking for in the shooting death of Wallace in Far Rockaway last weekend, but before they were able to track the suspect down, he surrendered.
Tunnel To Towers Helping Families Of Those Lost To 9/11-Related Illnesses To Mark 20 Years Since AttacksTo mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, Tunnel to Towers promises to pay off 200 mortgages by the end of the year.
Community On Edge As Search Continues For Midtown Attempted Rape Suspect: 'I'm Not Feeling Safe Around Here'Investigators say the suspect tried to rape a 27-year-old woman who was walking in the area Saturday morning at 7 a.m.
Queens Court Drops Convictions Of 3 Men Wrongfully Imprisoned For 1996 Murder Of Off-Duty NYPD OfficerCheers erupted as George Bell, Gary Johnson and Rohan Bolt walked out of court with their names cleared after spending more than two decades in prison for murders they didn't commit.
New Task Force Aims To Tackle Trauma In New York City Schools With Healing-Centered ApproachThe first-of-its-kind task force will find new ways to address disciplinary and safety policies in schools that are based on healing, rather than punishment.
Black Wall Street Gallery In SoHo Vandalized Again, Owner Calls For Greater Police PresenceThe gallery's owner said he decided to leave these acts of vandalism on the glass to remind the community that racism still exists in 2021.
70-Year-Old Leonard Mitchell Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver Crossing Street Near His Brooklyn HomePolice said Leonard Mitchell was crossing Atlantic Avenue near Third Avenue when he was struck by a dark sedan just before 11 p.m.
Memorial Day Tradition Returns In-Person At Intrepid Museum: 'The Moment We've Been Waiting For'Last year's ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum was virtual. This year, veterans and their families said they were so glad to be there in person.
Singer Mary J. Blige Inducted Into Apollo Theater Walk Of FameThere was some "real love" for nine-time Grammy winner Mary J. Blige as she was inducted into the Apollo Walk of Fame Friday morning.
MTA Study Finds Limited Police Presence At Subway Stations; Riders Split On More CopsNot satisfied with the police presence in the subway, the transit agency performed its own review, visiting more than 2,900 stations from May 15 to 24.
Family Of Fallen NYPD Officer Anastasios Tsakos Faces His Alleged Killer In CourtJessica Beauvais pleaded not guilty to a list of charges, including vehicular manslaughter.