NYPD: Man Recovering After Overnight Shooting In Chelsea, No ArrestsThe victim was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his arm and was listed in stable condition.
Volunteers Will Look For Voter Intimidation Incidents At NYC Polling Sites, Mayor SaysHe says volunteers will be recruited to serve as nonpartisan observers outside poll sites on Election Day.
New Yorkers Call For Transparency As Mayor De Blasio Refuses To Share School Attendance RecordsRepeatedly asked for public school attendance numbers, the mayor again argued they fluctuate so wildly he needs even more time.
Trick-Or-Treating Is Allowed In New York City On Halloween, De Blasio SaysHe says it will be different this year and rules will have to be followed to keep children safe.
Judge Rules NYC Crosswalks Fail To Protect Blind PedestriansU.S. District Judge Paul A. Engelmayer in Manhattan said the city has violated three laws protecting the disabled with its failure to equip most crosswalk signals to aid the blind or those with bad eyesight.
Time Is Running Out To File 2020 Census FormsYou can call-in your information until 2 a.m. on Friday, and online forms must be submitted by 6 a.m.
Cuomo Says He Will Withhold Funding From Local Governments That Don't Enforce In Areas With COVID-19 Micro-ClustersNew York City, and Orange and Rockland counties could see dramatic cuts in the cash they get from Albany.
New York City Census Workers Scrambling To Get Residents Counted Before Friday's DeadlineThe deadline had been extended to Oct. 31 due to the pandemic, but Tuesday, it was bumped up to Oct. 15 after the Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration.
'City Of Tomorrow Summit' Held To Chart New York City's Comeback From Coronavirus PandemicAmericans are still very much in the throws of the health care and economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
NYC Cracks Down, Issues $150,000 In Fines For Failure To Comply With Shutdown Guidelines In COVID Hot ZonesThe city's crackdown on COVID-19 clusters is in full force.
Health Officials Say COVID-19 Rates Growing 'At An Alarming Rate' In Brooklyn, QueensThe eight neighborhoods account for nearly a quarter of new cases in the city over the last two weeks, but just 7% of the city's population, according to the health department.