Building Collapse Turns 5-Story Harlem Brownstone To RubbleThe incident happened at West 123rd and Lenox Avenue, where the building was being rehabbed before it turned into rubble.
OWS Marks 'May Day' With Marches & Protests Across NYC Approximately 40 arrests were made Tuesday on various charges, including disorderly conduct, blocking traffic and resisting arrests, the NYPD said.
Nassau County Begins Consolidating Police PrecinctsThe Levittown Police Precinct will be turned into a community policing center this week as part of Nassau County's controversial plan to shutter four of its eight police precincts.
Fire Chief: 4-Year-Old Left Home Alone As Blaze Destroys Rockland Co. Home Flames were spreading at the Monsey home when neighbors saw the fire and screamed for anyone inside. They were able to pull a 4-year-old boy safely from the house.
NYPD: Man Kills Sister, Critically Injures Mother In Washington Heights ShootingA 13-year-old girl is dead and her mother seriously wounded in a shooting that ended with a firefight between officers and the woman's son, police said Tuesday.
Spring Nor'easter Dumps More Than 2 Inches Of Rain In Most AreasThe Tri-state area is drying out after a slow-moving coastal storm delivered much-needed rain to the region.
Search For Clues Continues In Etan Patz Cold CaseWork crews hauled in a dumpster as investigators began breaking up the concrete floor and busting through brick walls in the basement of 127 Prince Street looking for clues in the decades-old disappearance.
Search On For Person Poisoning Pigeons On The Upper West SideSomeone is deliberately poisoning pigeons in Manhattan, and others pets could be at risk.
Fallen FDNY Firefighter Richard Nappi Remembered At Engine 237 In BushwickRichard Nappi is being remembered as a hero. The 17-year veteran and father of two devoted his life to public service and responded to the World Trade Center on 9/11.
L.I. Wildfire Under Control; Gov. Cuomo Declares State Of Emergency For Suffolk Co."The situation is contained for the time being," Cuomo said, adding he was "cautiously optimistic." The governor also stated that the response was an example of a case where "government acted better than you could have expected."
Wind-Fueled Brush Fires Continue To Wreak Havoc On L.I.; NYC, Southern N.J. Also Battling FlamesSeveral major brush fires continued to burn Monday night in the Tri-State Area. Among the most serious is a fire in Suffolk County, where officials spent the evening coordinating efforts with state authorities and the National Guard.
Consumer Reports Readers Rate Wegmans The Best Supermarket In The NationAccording to the survey, a third of all shoppers across the nation changed supermarkets in the past year for a number of reasons including price, poor selection, long lines and rudeness.
Kentucky Ends 14-Year Drought, Wins National ChampionshipNo matter where Anthony Davis and his buddies go to make their millions, their ol’ Kentucky home will long remember this championship season.
Police Investigating Bathtub Death Of 11-Month-Old Brooklyn Boy Elijah Pardella was found unconscious just after 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the family's Pennsylvania Avenue apartment, police said. He was pronounced dead at Brookdale Hospital.
MTA Considers Banning Repeat Subway Crime Offenders From Transit SystemThe idea of prohibiting individuals who have committed crimes underground -- much like department stores ban thieves -- was tossed around at Monday's MTA meeting.