The NYPD wants to find the five suspects seen on security camera video breaking into a drone store and taking off with the pricey devices.
Hotels across New York City have been transformed from tourist destinations to lonely barracks for people who need a place to quarantine.
Stopped cold: "Frozen" will not reopen when Broadway theaters restart.
The Broadway League, a trade association for the industry, announced that all productions will remain closed until further notice.
Car mavens normally wouldn’t dare rev their engines in gridlocked Midtown, but they’re eagerly driving into Manhattan to take photos and show off for sparse crowds walking through the famed streets.
The hordes of travelers who pack into New York City’s Times Square are long gone. So are the thousands of jobs catering to the tourists who make it the nation’s most visited city.
The stages are quiet and the seats are empty on Broadway as New York City residents shelter in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus. For veteran actor E. Clayton Cornelious, being isolated in his Bronx apartment has been difficult.
Broadway producers are extending the shutdown of all productions through June 7.
The Michael Jackson estate is donating $300,000 to help entertainment industry workers on Broadway, the music business and in Las Vegas who have been hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
Restaurants across the New York City region are seeing an inevitable downturn as people curtail activities because of the coronavirus. Now, many restaurants are fighting to survive.
Federal authorities raided the Manhattan headquarters of the Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard, a search that came amid claims he trafficked and sexually assaulted dozens of teenage girls and women.
In a message played on a massive digital screen in Times Square, firefighters in Australia thanked their American counterparts who helped fight the devastating brushfires in New South Wales.
Blaine Marston is starting out the new decade as a millionaire.
Couples kissed. Others cheered and waved balloons as fireworks burst into the night sky and confetti fell to welcome the start of 2020 in Times Square.
New York City’s counterterrorism czar expects Times Square to be "the safest place on the planet Earth" on New Year's Eve.
Crews are working around the clock preparing for the ball drop in Times Square.
Thousands of uniformed and plainclothes police officers will be assigned to Times Square and the surrounding streets as part of the NYPD’s effort to make sure that this year’s New Year’s Eve celebration is safe for revelers.
This year's New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square will spotlight efforts to combat climate change when high school science teachers and students press the button that begins the famous 60-second ball drop and countdown to next year.
Crews began the installation of the New Year's Eve crystal ball atop One Times Square Friday.
An architect who was walking a few blocks from her office in the Times Square area was killed Tuesday morning when debris fell off of a building.