Man smashes victim with gun

A man smashed a gun in the face of another man in Harlem in an attempt to steal his cell phone, according to the NYPD.

Harlem Hops craft beer bar

When you walk into Harlem Hops, the owners want you to feel like family. The slogan says all you need to know: Beer, Booze, Bites and Beats. It's all about having an experience. But if beer isn't your thing, no worries. Wine and cider are also on tap and a selection of local liquors is available, too.

Mom to be reunited with son

The NYPD is looking for a man who abandoned his ex-girlfriend's child outside of a brownstone in Harlem Thursday morning. Alandria Clark told FOX 5 NY that she does not know why a daycare center let her ex leave with the boy. She went to family court on Friday where a judge ruled that she should get custody.

Boy abandoned in Harlem

The NYPD is looking for a man who abandoned a child outside of a brownstone in Harlem Thursday morning. Authorities released a photo of the abandoned boy and security camera images of an adult man believed to have left the child in front of 272 West 132 Street at about 11 a.m. The security video shows a man police identified as Antonio A. Staton, 22, holding hands with a 1-year-old boy outside the brownstone, near Frederick Douglas Boulevard. Police said that moments later Staton put the child behind a table and shopping cart to keep the boy from getting out. He then walked across the street, placed a bag full of diapers in a garbage can, and took off, police said.

Firefighter dies in Harlem fire

Brave members of the FDNY fought a fire in Harlem. Firefighter Michael Davidson of Engine Co. 69 got separated from his team and died. A precession Friday took Davidson's body back home to Long Island. The 37-year-old had served the FDNY for 15 years. Firefighting was in his blood—his father is a retired firefighter and his brother is a member of the department, too.

Fatal Harlem fire

A New York City firefighter died early Friday battling a fierce blaze on a movie set in a former jazz club after getting separated from his fellow firefighters in the thick smoke. The fire started in the cellar as the crew of "Motherless Brooklyn," directed by Edward Norton, was nearing the end of its working day at 11 p.m. Thursday. Flames poured out the windows as firefighters stormed into the five-story Harlem building, dumping water on the blaze to get it under control.

Celebrating Arthur Mitchell

Dancer and choreographer Arthur Mitchell is not only an important part of Harlem's history but of American history. He broke the color barrier by becoming the first African-American dancer in the New York City Ballet. It was in 1955 and he didn't want any major announcement.

SkyFoxHD: Massive fire in Manhattan

A massive fire burned a residential and retail building in Upper Manhattan Friday. The flames and thick smoke could be seen from many blocks away. SkyFoxHD was over the fire for more than an hour.

Hamilton Heights fire

A massive fire burned in a residential and retail building in Upper Manhattan Friday. The flames and thick smoke could be seen from many blocks away. The fire broke out at about 3 p.m. on Broadway and West 144th Street in Hamilton Heights. The fire is on the top floor of a six-story building, the FDNY said.

NYC helping storm victims

New York City opened a service center in Harlem Thursday morning and dozens of families displaced by natural disasters came to get help. The center, located inside the Julia Du Burgos Latino Cultural Center, will offer critical services, including help with attaining health insurance, school enrollment, and food assistance, according to Herman Schaffer, an assistant commissioner of the New York City Emergency Management Department.