Hispanic Heritage Month: Communities Come Together To Support Latino-Owned Businesses Struggling To Keep Up In PandemicFinancial experts project half of Hispanic and Black-owned businesses in the U.S. will close before the pandemic is over.
Coronavirus Update: Brooklyn Elementary School Teacher, NJ Middle School Principal Die Of COVID-19Behind the numbers are neighbors, colleagues, family and friends.
New 'Project Witness' Program Educates NYC Students About The HolocaustThe New York City Council's hate crime prevention initiative is helping fund the program.
Dog Stolen From Owner In Brooklyn, Snatched Back Days LaterThe dog's owner says the dog-napper came out of nowhere.
Police: Woman Sexually Abused By Man Who Followed Her Into Brooklyn Apartment BuildingPolice are trying to track down a man accused of following a woman into her Brooklyn apartment building and sexually assaulting her late Sunday night.
Arrest Made After Anti-Semitic Graffiti Cancels Political Event, Classes At Brooklyn SynagogueBefore the arrest, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea revealed that police were looking for a man caught on surveillance cameras at the temple.
Residents Say Rats Are Running Rampant In Prospect Heights, BrooklynMembers of the Dean Street Block Association say they believe empty lots around the neighborhood are the main reason for their rodent problem. 
Customers Rally Around Brooklyn Coffee Shop Owner Diagnosed With Breast CancerNew Yorkers can get very attached to their local coffee shops. Now, one Brooklyn Neighborhood is helping a shop owner battle cancer, and keep her in business.
City Eyes New, Expanded Bike Lanes Following Cyclist Safety StudyA new safety study has the city mulling additional bike lanes around the Big Apple.
Demanding Answers: Water Flows Constantly Down Wall At Brooklyn Subway StationYou see a lot of unusual things in the New York City subways, but what has been happening at one Brooklyn subway stop has left some commuters beyond surprised and concerned.
Brooklyn Police Precinct Station Transformed Into Haunted HouseNew York’s finest have traded in their uniforms for scary masks and costumes in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and neighborhood kids have been lining up to get a peek inside the precinct house of horrors.