There are a lot of changing parts at the MTA this week, so with Chairman Pat Foye putting in his last day and interim NYC Transit President Sarah Feinberg saying she is stepping down, just who is in charge?
The FDA has warned Amazon about over two dozen weight loss and sexual enhancement supplements that are sold on the website which contain potentially harmful ingredients.
A former New York City Council member has been sentenced to three months in prison after pleading guilty to charges that he evaded $82,000 in taxes.
Multiple people were rushed to the hospital after a bus crashed into an underpass column at a train station in the Bronx.
A well-known Manhattan sommelier is facing arson charges in connection with a series of fires at outdoor dining establishments in the city.
With just weeks to go before kids are due to return to classrooms, the CDC has already changed its mask guidance for schools. Now, some parents are bracing for the possibility of more restrictions.
A man walking over a subway grate in Queens was severely injured after a transformer exploded below sending a ball of fire and smoke through the ground.
Numbers show that gun arrests in the city are up 43% to date, while shootings are down 36% compared to the same time period in 2020, while murders are down last month from 2020.
Earlier this summer, with cases at their lowest and reopenings abounding, it seemed that New York City was coming back. But now uncertainty over virus strains has caused some employers to press pause.
Big tech companies are requiring that their employees get their shots in order to return to work.
Than Wtwe Than died after police say David Robinson, 52, attempted to rob her and her son at the Canal Street subway station.
Multiple major companies are now requiring their employees to get their COVID-19 shots amid rising cases of the delta variant of the novel coronavirus and low vaccination rates across the country.
In recent months, the NYPD has confiscated and destroyed huge numbers of illegal dirt bikes, issued hundreds of summonses, and arrested 30 people, Commissioner Dermot Shea said.
A man opened fire on a Brooklyn street, hitting a man as a woman was walking nearby with a baby in a stroller.
A man is wanted in connection with a robbery spree that targeted McDonald's locations across the Bronx along with some other stores.
The NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force is asking for the public's help identifying the suspect who spit on a woman's face on the Upper West Side.
Walmart launched an updated version of its Live Better U education program and will pay 100% of college tuition and books for its associates.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is on the hunt for the man behind several anti-Muslim assaults in Queens.
E, F, M, and R trains are back up and running along Queens Boulevard Monday evening. Earlier, a loss of power in the signal system led to a service outage.
The John D. McKean is a retired fireboat. It served in the FDNY for 55 years. It will soon open to the public as a floating museum.