Volunteers Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day With 72-Hour Service Project At Brooklyn ChurchThey're working in shifts -- some for one hour, some for 10 hours -- to make a difference.
'Rise And Roar' Women's March In NYC Putting Out Calls For Justice, Economic Rights, EqualityThe fourth annual Women's March in New York focuses on pay equity, #MeToo issues, immigration reform, gun reform, reproductive rights and equal rights.
Rise In Hate Crimes Inspires Movement To Educate Brooklyn Students About Jewish History, CultureA group of about 100 students started the day with a march for love not hate, then they got a tour of the Jewish Children's Museum in Crown Heights.
Bail Reform: NYC Public Advocate Holds Rally To Dispel Myths About New LawSupporters of the state's new bail reform policy gathered Tuesday to address what they call misinformation about bail reform.
9-Year-Old Among 3 New Yorkers Killed In Bus Crash On Pennsylvania TurnpikePolice said 9-year-old Jaremy Vazquez, of Brooklyn, and 35-year-old Eileen Zelis Aria, of the Bronx, were killed in the pileup, along with 58-year-old bus driver Shuang Qing Feng, of Queens.
Thousands Of Parking Meters Throughout NYC Not Accepting Credit Cards Due To Software GlitchThe New Year brought new parking headaches for drivers in New York City.
Lawmakers, Community Step Up Response Amid New Reports Of Anti-Semitic AttacksPolice said the 22-year-old victim was assaulted shortly before 1 p.m. on New Year’s Day in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
13 And Counting: NYPD Probing New Year's Day Attack On Young Jewish Man In WilliamsburgPolice are investigating more incidents of violence against Jews, including one that happened at around 1 p.m. on Wednesday along Broadway in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Bail Reform: Nassau County Begins Releasing InmatesIn all, 29 inmates walked out of the East Meadow Correctional Center one at a time Tuesday. Some of them tasted freedom for the first time in months.
After Midtown Pedestrian Death, City Looks To Update Rules For Façade InspectionsThe Department of Buildings is revising the rules for façade inspections after a woman was killed by falling debris earlier this month.
NYPD Investigating Rash Of Recent Attacks On JewsThe number of attacks against the Jewish community in the city this week continues to rise.
Arrest Made In Apparent Anti-Semitic Attack In Murray HillPolice said a man in a yarmulke was brutally attacked on East 41st Street near Third Avenue just after 11 a.m. on Monday.
Auto Safety Group Says Taxis, Ride Shares In NYC May Be Operating With Safety RecallsNew warnings were issued Monday on taxi cab safety. An auto safety group said the taxi cab or Uber you ride in may have safety problems you don't even know about.
Menorah Lighting In Jersey City Dedicated To Victims, Officers Wounded In Downtown ShootingThe scene of the Jersey City shootout became a symbol of hope and perseverance on Sunday night, the first night of Chanukah.
Missed Deadline Costs Harlem Woman Her Little Furry Friend Of 7 YearsMegaa, a 7-year-old Yorkie, was Yanique Gayle's whole world for the past seven years.