City Council Passes Pair Of Controversial 'Right To Know' Police Reform BillsNew York's City Council has approved two bills governing day-to-day interactions between police and the public, over objections from both activist groups and the city's largest police union.
Cuomo Orders Heightened Security In New York For Holiday SeasonGov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced the deployment of additional personnel from the State Police and the National Guard at key transportation points throughout the holidays.
City Council Committee Holds Closed-Door Meeting On Allegations Against Councilman Andy KingThe New York City Council was tight-lipped Friday about probing one of its own. The council would not even confirm that Bronx Councilman Andy King is the target of sexual harassment allegations.
Council Members Demand De Blasio Keep ‘Racist’ Former EMT Out Of Fire DepartmentNew York City council members called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to withdraw his approval of the FDNY's hiring of Joseph Cassano.
Officials Tout Cleanliness Of New York City WaterwaysMayor Bill de Blasio declares New York's harbor is healthier that it's been in more than a century.
Tri-State Area Readies For First Significant Snow Of The SeasonThree to six inches of heavy, wet snow are expected for most.
Pearl Harbor Survivors Mark Remembrance Of Attack, LegacySurvivors will gather at the site of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to remember fellow servicemen killed in the early morning raid 76 years ago.
Another Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against FDNYA lawsuit filed against the FDNY is accusing the agency of discriminating against black employees and job seekers in its ambulance and civilian support staff operations.
Fire Breaks Out In High-Rise Near Grand Central Terminal; Another Fire Reported On Track At Penn StationThe fire broke out in the Graybar Building next to the Grand Central Terminal at around 9:15 a.m. Wednesday morning.
NYCHA Chair Grilled Over Lapse In Lead Paint InspectionsShola Olatoye was on the hot seat Tuesday, facing questions from the City Council about the agency’s failure to properly inspect for lead paint in public housing.
Could Increase In Rape Reports In NYC Be Linked To Weinstein Effect?While the NYPD said Monday that the city’s overall crime numbers are nearing a record low, the department also reported a surge in rape complaints.
U.S. Postal Service Kicks Off 105th Annual ‘Operation Santa’The United States Postal Service is kicking off it’s 105th annual “Operation Santa” event, and they're looking for some elves to help make children's holiday wishes come true.
Think Tank Proposes End To 24-Hour Subway Service To Speed RepairsThe Regional Plan Association's fourth regional plan says that ending overnight weekday subway service and offering shuttle buses instead would help fast track repairs in the aging transportation system.
Pleasantville Woman Claims Ex-Husband Is Trying To Radicalize Their 11-Year-Old SonA mother is fighting for sole custody of her 11-year-old son, claiming that her ex-husband is radicalizing the boy.
NYC Health Department Experts Headed To Maria-Ravaged Puerto RicoMore help is on the way from New York City to Puerto Rico.