Mayor De Blasio: 1st COVID Vaccines Will Go To High-Risk Hospital Workers, Nursing HomesAssuming the FDA approves the Pfizer vaccine, the mayor said priority will be given to hospital workers along with nursing home patients and staff.
Behind The Scenes At Northwell Health's Medical Equipment Warehouse, Going 'Above And Beyond' State's PPE Stockpile RequirementsWith a record number of coronavirus hospitalizations around the country, hospitals in New York, once the epicenter of the pandemic, are gearing up for an influx.
Miriam Mades Of AlterKnit New York Under Scrutiny After Customers Say She Took Their Money, Kept Their Favorite ClothesThis is the season of giving, but some customers are finding themselves begging a New York City seamstress to give them their most sentimental items back.
Caught On Video: Bronx Bodega Robbed At Gunpoint With Little Girl InsideSurveillance video shows two men, one armed with a gun, enter the store on Featherbed Lane in the Morris Heights section.
School Bus Driver Andy Sanchez Dies Of Injuries From October Crash In New WindsorSanchez, known as "Mr. Andy" by his students, worked for the district for nine years.
NYPD Releases New Video Of Suspects Accused Of Stealing Hasidic Men's Hats In BrooklynPolice said two suspects riding one Citi Bike snatched the men's hats off their heads and rode away.
Large Crowd Of Supporters Protests Shutdown Of Mac's Public House, Staten Island Bar That Defied COVID RestrictionsChopper 2 flew overhead what looked like a major block party in Grant City, but instead it was a large protest. Most people didn't have masks on.
Rockland County Village Of Airmont Sued For Religious DiscriminationThe U.S. attorney in the Southern District claims the village used zoning provisions to restrict Jewish people from worshipping in private homes and running a religious school.
No Crowd, But Rock Center Christmas Tree Still Sight To SeeThe lights didn't stay on for long, but not to worry, the tree will be lit again by Thursday morning.
New York City Half Marathon Delayed Again Due To PandemicRunners who registered to participate in the 2021 race will get a refund or can defer entry to 2022.
Hundreds Of Protesters Show Up In Support Of Staten Island Bar Owner Who Refused To Follow Orange Zone RulesOwner Keith McAlarney and his attorney showed up at the bar Wednesday morning, saying he's not happy but he'll follow the rules and switch to takeout only.
Ray McGuire Officially Enters Race For NYC MayorFormer Wall Street executive Ray McGuire has officially entered the race for mayor of New York City with a video narrated by Spike Lee.
Man Slashed In The Face Aboard Subway In ManhattanThe NYPD is looking for a suspect after a man was slashed in the face while on the subway.
Interfaith Leaders Meet To Discuss Role Of Faith During COVID PandemicDozens of faith leaders from across the city gathered for Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam's annual interfaith breakfast Wednesday.
Nurses Strike Continues At Montefiore New Rochelle HospitalThe first day of the strike began Tuesday outside the hospital.