De Blasio Says NYC Ready To Administer COVID Vaccine Booster Shots Once FDA ApprovedThe nation's top scientists will meet Friday to discuss whether Americans who received the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will need another dose.
Hundreds Of Evacuees From Afghanistan Headed To New York, ConnecticutNew York Gov. Kathy Hochul pledged assistance to help them rebuild their lives.
Ex-Boyfriend Of Pregnant Woman Who Was Fatally Shot In Harlem Arrested, Charged With Her MurderInvestigators say Shanice Young was returning home from her own baby shower and may have tried to break up a fight when she was shot.
Police: Father Spit On After Asking Man To Stop Smoking Marijuana In Front Of 4-Year-Old Daughter On Subway Police said the suspect yelled at the father and daughter, spit on them and then threatened them with a knife.
Man Accused Of Throwing Fraudulent Brooklyn Pizza Festival Banned From Producing Events In N.Y.He was also ordered to pay more than $310,000 in restitution and penalties, with more than $100,000 going to victims.
Court Rulings Halt Vaccine Mandates For NYC Teachers, NY Medical Workers; Gov. Hochul Mandates Masks At Child Care CentersMayor Bill de Blasio appeared unfazed that a Manhattan supreme court judge ruled to temporarily block the vaccine mandate for teachers, which requires staff to have at least one shot by Sept. 27 or face termination.
Commuter Alert: Overturned Tractor Trailer Spills Trash Onto Major Deegan ExpresswayThe crash shut down all northbound lanes and one southbound lane of the Major Deegan Expressway at 138th Street.
Queens Community Celebrates Start Of Hispanic Heritage MonthChurch leaders say it's been a hard year because of COVID and it's time now to look ahead.
DoorDash Sues New York City Over Rights To Customers' DataA law passed by the City Council in July requires delivery companies to share customers' information with restaurants.
Man Slashed On Subway In Theater DistrictPolice say a dispute between two men escalated and one man was slashed on the head.
More Than A Dozen COVID Cases Linked To Electric Zoo Music Festival On Randall's IslandSixteen people so far have been identified as part of the cluster.
FEMA Reimburses $600 Million To Health And Hospitals Corporation For Expanded Capacity, Staffing During PandemicNew York Sen. Chuck Schumer says FEMA tried to deprive the city's public hospital system of the funds because it didn't build or rent new facilities for COVID patients.
New Initiatives Will Crack Down On Illegal Dumping, Garbage Problems In QueensThe Department of Sanitation says the pandemic exacerbated illegal dumping across the city as families moving away threw out their furniture, electronics and belongings.
Advocates Call On New York City To Remove People From Rikers Island As City Council Convenes On CrisisFor hours Wednesday, the crisis on Rikers Island took center stage, as City Council members heard testimony and questioned stakeholders.
Grand Jury Declines To Indict Former NYPD Officer David Afanador In 1st Case Under Chokehold BanCellphone video captured Afanador using the apparent chokehold while arresting Ricky Bellevue last June on the Far Rockaway boulevard.