A 13-year-old boy has been arrested and police are searching for another suspect after a pair of anti-Asian attacks this week.
The NYPD says that a 28-year-old man was shot and killed inside of an East Harlem building Thursday evening.
A man was arrested at an East Harlem school after he followed a girl into the building and groped her, according to police.
The passenger of a TLC vehicle that was T-boned in East Harlem was in critical condition Monday.
The NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force is searching for the man who threw a paving stone through a restaurant's mural tribute to Black History Month.
On Tuesday night, residents told FOX 5 NY that police ordered some squatters to leave an apartment or they'd be arrested.
Residents at NYCHA's East River Houses say that squatters took over the apartment of a hospitalized tenant and are using it as a base for selling drugs and sex, putting everyone in danger. Reported by Lisa Evers
Police have arrested and charged the driver of a pickup truck that struck a woman and her child in East Harlem. The boy died.
A three-year-old boy was killed and his mother was injured when they were hit by a pick-up truck in East Harlem Monday.
Police say a bicycle rider has been fatally struck by a hit-and-run dump truck driver in East Harlem.
Two MTA buses collided on Madison Avenue and East 1116th Street Thursday morning.
Ten people suffered minor injuries when to MTA buses collided in East Harlem Thursday.
Federal agents and New York City police have arrested a suspect in the murders of two teenagers who were shot to death on an East Harlem rooftop in 1995.
The NYPD is searching for a man who attempted to rape a woman in her vestibule in East Harlem.
The Cayuga Centers in Harlem is one of the facilities in New York taking in migrant children who have either crossed the border alone or have been torn away from their parents at the border. About 600 children are in the Cayuga's care. Rep. Adriano Espaillat and other local officials took a tour of the facility on Friday afternoon. They say the staff at Cayuga is doing a terrific job taking care and reunifying families.
Two mothers say that a principal has banned them from the East Harlem school where their sons are students. The moms say it is retaliation for being outspoken and critical of the principal.
Everything is for sale (not just the food) at UGC Eats located at 1674 Park Ave. and 118th St. in East Harlem.
From extremists carrying out atrocities in the faith's name to threats by a presidential candidate to restrict Muslims from coming to the United States this is truly a difficult time for Islam and its followers.