Two men are wanted by police for threatening a parking garage attendant with a gun before taking off with the man's cell phone, wallet and two luxury vehicles.
Columbia University will require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus in the fall.
The big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's "In the Heights" will kick off the Tribeca Film Festival on June 9, two days before the film opens in theaters and begins streaming.
Ryan Turell has been working hard to be a standout basketball player since he was 5. The rising senior at Yeshiva University could become the NBA's first Orthodox Jewish player.
The former head of the Food and Drug Administration says the New York variant could infect those vaccinated.
The Yeshiva Maccabees stretched the nation's longest active winning streak at any level of college hoops to 36 games.
Lee Fruchtman, who was born in Munich, escaped Nazi Germany when she was 17. Now 101, she reflects on the sadness and joys of her life.
On little Jordan Goldfarb's birth certificate, "front car seat" is listed as the place of birth.
Police officers will vaccinate NYCHA residents who are 65 and older and who have registered for appointments.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many NYC restaurants to close, but now, other establishments are going into 'hibernation' or adjusting their services to survive.
More than a hundred blocks north of Manhattan's theater district but on that same famed thoroughfare, Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays recently read his lines from a stage. But there was no applause.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that upper Manhattan was entering the yellow zone of COVID restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases increased statewide.
Authorities say two women have died in a high-rise fire in upper Manhattan.
A former New York gynecologist accused of sexually abusing more than two dozen patients, including the wife of former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, now faces federal charges.
Columbia University is taking the name of its medical school’s founder off of a campus dormitory because he owned slaves and once advertised a reward for the return of one who ran away.
A man was knocked unconscious and his daughter beaten with beer bottles in a Manhattan deli.
The switch to remote learning has been difficult for families all across New York City, but it is particularly hard for families whose first language is not English.
In the six weeks since New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's actions, iconic street ball landmarks such as Rucker Park in Harlem, Brooklyn's Gersh Park, "The Cage" on West 4th Street in Greenwich Village, Dyckman Park in Washington Heights and others have all been void of the typical soundtrack that help usher in the spring warmup across the five boroughs.
Two men, both believed to be homeless, were found dead in New York City subway trains in less than 24 hours over the weekend.
Coogan's announced on its Facebook page that COVID-19 had forced it to close—but not just temporarily.