Funeral homes in New York and around the globe are becoming quickly overwhelmed by victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sandra Santos-Vizcaino, who taught third grade at an elementary school in Brooklyn, is the first New York City school teacher reported to have died of COVID-19.
The NYPD says it has arrested 32-year-old Cassandra Lundy and charged her with manslaughter and assault for the death of 86-year-old Janie Marshall on March 28 after an incident that reportedly may have been related to social distancing.
The real heroes these days are the healthcare workers on the frontlines battling the coronavirus pandemic. Among them is White House Task Force member Dr. Anthony Fauci. He seen daily alongside President Donald Trump and other officials discussing the nation's response to the pandemic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, foreshadowed a virus like COVID-19 ravaging the country many years ago.
The Brooklyn native and foremost infectious disease specialist says New York has pulled out all the stops in fighting the coronavirus
A Brooklyn man was arrested for allegedly coughing on FBI agents while claiming to have COVID-19, and with lying to them about a stash of surgical masks, medical gowns, and other medical supplies.
A New York photographer who used a drone to ask a woman on a date during the coronavirus pandemic used a protective bubble to meet her in person.
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.
Before the virus outbreak, about 40 survivors would come daily to Nachas (Yiddish for “joy”) to receive legal assistance, study Torah, exercise, get counseling — and to eat. All activities were suspended as New York state asked residents to stay at home unless they have vital reasons to go out.
An inmate at a federal jail in New York City has tested positive for coronavirus, marking the first confirmed case in the federal prison system.
Two priests in New York City have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Diocese of Brooklyn.
A saxophonist took to his balcony on March 18 to raise the spirits of neighbors in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn who have been stuck at home due to the city’s COVID-19 outbreak.
A saxophonist in Prospect Heights took to his balcony on March 18 to raise the spirits of neighbors who have been stuck at home due to the city’s COVID-19 outbreak. Credit: Anonymous via Storyful
Videos posted on social media platforms purport to show weddings and prayer groups going on as usual in heavily Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
A New York man with ties to the D.C. region says his spirits are high as he battles to recover from the coronavirus. Mike Green has been hospitalized in Brooklyn since testing positive for COVID-19 last week.
A half-marathon that draws 25,000 runners to New York City has been canceled.
Police in New York have arrested 12 teens in connection with the brutal attack and robbery of a girl in Brooklyn.
A 15-year-old girl was attacked and robbed by a large group in a frightening incident that was caught on camera.
The total number of coronavirus cases in New York State has reached over 100, with 13 confirmed cases in New York City and officials say they expect the numbers to continue to rise.