Funeral homes in New York and around the globe are becoming quickly overwhelmed by victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
The NYPD is investigating a possible coronavirus-related hate crime after an Asian man was sprayed with what appeared to be an air or fabric freshener on a subway train.
Proud parents Dane and Lindsay Demchack had an expectedly pleasant surprise when their second baby was born on Feb. 29, after their first child was also born on a leap day four years ago.
Police want to find the man who assaulted an 11-year-old boy who was waiting for a bus in Sunset Park.
Police want to find the man who assaulted an 11-year-old boy who was waiting for a bus. Cops say he took the boy's cell phone and then struck him in the head with a cane.
The fear of the novel coronavirus appears to have affected business in Chinatown.
Police in New York want to find the man who stabbed another man with a pair of scissors.
Two Brooklyn families are hoping and praying their missing teen daughters come home safe and sound. The mom of Jenna Alexa Hospidales, 14, of Fort Greene is wondering if the constant racist bullying her daughter complained of in school drove her to disappear on Jan. 9. In a separate case in Sunset Park, the family of Alejandra Guzman, 16, is hoping she'll come home. She vanished on Jan. 3. Reported by Lisa Evers
A man crossing the street in Manhattan was struck and killed early Friday morning.
The newly installed protected bike lanes on 4th Avenue in Sunset Park have become the talk of the neighborhood, but not for good reasons.
The newly installed protected bike lanes on 4th Avenue in Sunset Park have become the talk of the neighborhood, but not for good reasons. For years, community members have been asking for a bike lane, but just as they finally got one, people began misusing them.
An investigation into the conditions at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Sunset Park, Brooklyn following a week long power outage earlier this year found longstanding heating issues.
Full service is now in effect for the new New York City Ferry. The ferry was christened Sunday with the traditional breaking of a bottle of champagne before it set sail on a ceremonial trip from Queens to Manhattan. Regular service for commuters from the Rockaways to Manhattan began on Monday.