Legal Aid: NYPD must account for evidence destroyed in fire
A warehouse where the NYPD stored decades of evidence went up in flames last week. The loss of that evidence could affect many cases and people that the Legal Aid Society represents.
NYPD warehouse fire could affect criminal cases
More than 48 hours after flames destroyed a warehouse used by the NYPD to store vehicles and evidence from investigations, officials are monitoring the scene and questions are mounting about the fire's effect on the criminal justice process.
Fire destroys evidence at NYPD warehouse in Brooklyn
A huge fire tore through a waterfront warehouse in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning that the NYPD uses as an auto pound and storage for DNA evidence from crime scenes.
NYCHA worker injured in Brooklyn double shooting
Police say the 33-year-old NYCHA worker was an innocent bystander when he and another man were shot in Red Hook.
Bulldozed: Dozens of illegal motorcycles crushed in Brooklyn
A bulldozer revved its engine, spewed black exhaust, and proceeded to roll over nearly 100 unregistered dirt bikes, ATVs, and minibikes at an impound lot in Brooklyn.
Overwhelming emotion at Tunnel to Towers Run
It was a day filled with overwhelming emotions as heroes and proud Americans from across our area came together for the annual Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk.
Man arrested for pointing laser at NYPD, news helicopters
A Brooklyn man faces several charges after he pointed a laser at an NYPD helicopter and a news helicopter during protests in Brooklyn, said police.
Why New York's economic recovery will take a long time
New York City is way behind in recovering from the pandemic compared to the rest of the country.
10 cocktail recipes that will make you the star of a hot summer party
After publishing a guide to festive drinks in the winter, Fox5NY.com is back this summer with a sequel: refreshing cocktails to make and enjoy while soaking in the sun and the season's vibe. Better still, if you master a few of these drinks you can confidently share them with your friends at a summer get-together. They will be plenty impressed.
In Your Neighborhood: Red Hook, Brooklyn
Red Hook is a southwestern Brooklyn gem. It is a unique neighborhood with a character all its own. It's a mashup of big city flavor with New England flair. So much of Red Hook's history can be traced to its waterfront. From the 1860s to the 1960s, the area was home to a thriving shipping business. One of the most popular ways to get to here is by New York Water Taxi ferry.
Caribbean-style liqueur, made in Brooklyn | The Sip
From a small warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Jack Summers is following a big dream. Jack -- known as Jack from Brooklyn -- is the creator of Sorel liqueur. He is shaking things up by packaging a drink that's been made for centuries.