Something was wrong. The chow hall line at New York’s Rikers Island jail had halted. For three hours, the men stood and waited, without food, until a correctional officer quietly delivered the news: A civilian chef was among those who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Nurses battling New York's coronavirus outbreak made anguished pleas Saturday for more protective equipment, saying officials' claims of adequate supplies are falling short of reality.
To further the social distancing protocol put into place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, New York City is implementing a pilot program to close streets.
New York City was hit by the nation’s largest coronavirus jail outbreak to date this week, with at least 38 people testing positive at the notorious Rikers Island complex and nearby facilities — more than half of them incarcerated men, the board that oversees the city's jail system said.
A correction officer at Rikers Island has reportedly been diagnosed with coronavirus.
The Davidson Community Center is one of seven Bronx locations where residents are now able to get free meals, like sealed bag lunches from Revolution Foods with a turkey and cheese sandwich, carrot sticks and an apple.
Bronx Councilman Ritchie Torres has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Police in New York City are looking for help to find a teen mom and her child.
A woman is accused of swinging a butcher knife at another woman during an argument at a South Bronx Burger King.
It’s a part of the South Bronx Simeon Bankoff believes has so much potential. The Port Morris waterfront, with a pair of gantries that looms tall.
The organization South Bronx Unite are working to make the Port Morris waterfront in the South Bronx more easily accessible and designate its gantries as city landmarks.
One man is dead, the other hospitalized after an early morning stabbing incident in a Bronx subway station.
A 61-year-old man was attacked and robbed by four suspects in the Bronx.
The NYPD is asking for the public's help identifying four men caught on video attacking and robbing a 61-year-old man in the Bronx on March 1.
The NYPD is asking for the public’s help identifying an elderly woman who was found in the Bronx on Sunday.
Robert Williams, 45, entered a plea of not guilty on Wednesday while being indicted on 52 various charges, including 11 counts of attempted first-degree murder in connection to a pair of attacks on NYPD officers.
Robert Williams, the man accused of two separate shootings of NYPD officers in February pleaded not guilty to a battery of charges, including 11 counts of attempted first-degree murder.
A woman riding the subway in the Bronx was restrained and punched by two women before fleeing the station.
The NYPD is asking for the public’s help finding a man who exposed himself to a woman in the Bronx on February 22.
The NYPD has released video of a man wanted in connection to a public lewdness incident in the Bronx.