The NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force is asking for the public's help identifying the suspect who spit on a woman's face on the Upper West Side.
More names were added Tuesday to the city's recovery concert planned for Central Park next month. Along with Jennifer Hudson, Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon, Andrea Bocelli, Carlos Santana and many others will take the stage on the Great Lawn, said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Hospitalizations in the New York area are creeping up at a much slower pace than in Florida and Louisiana but some doctors say the trend is still alarming.
A former flight attendant who lost several colleagues when United Flight 175 was flown into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, is honoring his friends on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks by pushing an airline beverage cart from Boston to ground zero in New York.
The dogs and cats being surrendered to ACC aren't the ones that people adopted at the height of the pandemic. Instead, these pets are coming from households struggling financially as public assistance tapers off.
The John D. McKean is a retired fireboat. It served in the FDNY for 55 years. It will soon open to the public as a floating museum.
What started out as a vision for opera in small venues quickly blossomed into a reality, when opera enthusiast Leopoldo Mucci hosted his first opera night on July 25, 1995.
The NYPD says robbers shot and killed Joel Vasquez, 28, after taking his jewelry.
Elvis Nina Pichardo, 40, is facing two charges of attempted rape, a charge of attempted criminal sexual act, and a charge of assault, among several others.
A statue of George Floyd that was defaced in Brooklyn has been cleaned and is headed for Manhattan’s Union Square.
FOX 5 NY continues its Caribbean in the City by taking a look at the entrepreneurship, drive, and cultural history of Washington Heights, also known as Little Dominican Republic.
For the first time since March 2020, in-person weddings and marriage license appointments are back at the bureau located in Lower Manhattan.
"I was just walking, then someone came and just punched me," the victim said. "I didn't do anything, never said nothing... that's something that never happened to me before in my life."
Police in New York are looking for a group of four lowlifes who attacked and robbed a woman with disabilities.
Disgraced chef Mario Batali, his business partner and their New York City restaurant company have agreed to pay $600,000 to resolve a four-year investigation by the state attorney general's office into allegations that Batali, restaurant managers and other workers sexually harassed employees.
Three young people were victims of an armed robbery on a subway train in Manhattan.
Sgt. Phillip Wong allegedly assaulting two handcuffed men after they lashed out at police — one who spat at officers, the other using anti-Asian racial slurs — in separate incidents in the last two years.
Critics are blasting a new billboard in Times Square as "fat-phobic" and "toxic," but the wellness motivator who is also featured in the ad is defending the campaign's message.
Dominique Ansel's new croissant counter on East 27th Street in Manhattan sells colorful, impermanent, and experimental interpretations of the croissant. Just don't ask for a Cronut.
The nation's largest healthcare union is pushing back against a mandate by NY-Presbyterian hospital requiring workers to get vaccinated or be fired.