The NYPD is searching for a man who was captured on video tackling a woman, reaching into her shorts, and forcibly grabbed her buttocks.
Five barges in the East River between Midtown Manhattan and Queens and Brooklyn will launch 65,000 shells on Sunday night.
A man died after jumping in the East River near Brooklyn’s Domino Park to retrieve a volleyball, according to the NYPD.
Police were investigating a deadly triple shooting in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
A woman was found beaten to death in the lobby of a Brooklyn building on Friday night.
The NYPD is searching for a man they say fired a handgun at the employees of a bar in Brooklyn.
Two men enjoying a meal outside famed Peter Luger Steakhouse were shot by a man reportedly involved in a family feud
Talea Beer Co. co-founders LeAnn Darland and Tara Hankinson opened a brewery, taproom, and coffee shop in Brooklyn. They built the business around inclusivity.
Six years, 60 ink formulations, and one pandemic later, three people took a leap of faith and opened a vanishing-tattoo parlor.
Fridge No More promises hyper-local grocery delivery in 15 minutes or less, with no minimums and no delivery fees. Customers can opt to tip delivery persons.
A 47-year-old man has died six days after he was shot when he answered the door at his Brooklyn apartment.
Police were investigating the robbery of a man's religious headgear as a hate crime.
A man was shot in the face and chest as he answered the front door of his apartment in Brooklyn, said police.
Apartment hunters are looking for deals on rentals with lots of amenities.
A young boy was hit and killed by a school bus in Queens on Wednesday morning.
COVID-19 may be keeping more people indoors, but it’s still hard to beat that morning caffeine craving.
Deputy Sheriffs with the New York City Sheriff's Office busted an illegal Halloween party early Saturday morning inside of a warehouse in Brooklyn.
Health officials in New York say they have stopped a planned wedding in Brooklyn which would have allegedly brought together more than 10,000 people.
Just 10 ZIP codes represent a quarter of the state's new infections in recent testing, according to the governor. A disproportionate number of new cases have come from communities home to many Orthodox Jews.
A press conference from the NYC Health Department turned ugly Thursday after a protester interrupted.